The following resources offer additional information you may find useful in learning more about Jin Shin Jyutsu:

Websites Jin Shin Jyutsu Inc. is the organization Mary Burmeister founded to share the art of Jin Shin Jyutsu throughout the world. Here you will find more information about the history of Jin Shin Jyutsu and courses available to study the art. Yes! Jin Shin Jyutsu is very effective for animals, and they love it. This video shows a dynamic that is very similar to what a Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner does when working with a client. Often the energy pulse at two or more locations in the body can become erratic. The practitioner plays a role similar to the flexible table in this video, holding two locations at a time to help the energy pulse of the body to resynchronize. When the pulse is in sync, the body can heal.


The Touch of Healing by Alice Burmeister
Fun with Happy Hands by Mary Burmeister (children’s book of Jin Shin Jyutsu)
What Mary Says by Lynne Pflueger and Michael Wenninger
Practical Jin Shin Jyutsu by Alice Burmeister
A Touching Good-Bye, The Gentle Use of Jin Shin Jyutsu at Times of Critical Illness and Death by Judith B. Andry
Jin Shin Jyutsu for your Animal Companions by Adele Leas


Leslie Demich Practices a Gentle Art, Thurston Talk
Jin Shin Jyutsu and Modern Medicine, Massage & Bodywork Magazine
Try Jin Shin Jyutsu to Relieve Stress, Nature’s Pathways
Cancer Patients Find Relief With Jin Shin Jyutsu, Natural Awakenings
Jin Shin Jyutsu for Self-Care and Loved Ones, Edge Magazine
Care of the Self Through Hands-on Healing, Nashville Psychotherapy Institute Newsletter


Markey Cancer Research Center, University of Kentucky