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Jin Shin Jyutsu (JSJ) is an ancient pressure point healing practice that was handed down from generation to generation, but over time this practice was all but forgotten.

What is Jin Shin Jyutsu (JSJ)?

The translation of JSJ is “The Art of the Creator through Compassionate Man”. For thousands of years, ancient peoples used JSJ to heal both themselves and others.

This practice was rediscovered in the early 20th century by Master Jiro Murai, a Japanese healer and philosopher, who applied this technique in response to his own health problem.

One of his most dedicated students, Mary Burmeister, introduced JSJ to the West in the early 1960s, and today JSJ is taught worldwide.

The practice of massaging or puncturing pressure points is based on a holistic approach to medicine, where the entire body and all its organs and systems are connected, with one area interacting with other areas.

What Is The Aim of Jin Shin Jyutsu (JSJ)

JSJ is a type of acupressure that works with a set of 26 points along energy pathways. It uses the fingers and hands to release blocked or overloaded pathways to harmonize the energy in the body, to boost energy levels, calm the mind and balance the emotions.


The philosophy behind that practice is that the body itself can correct and adjust the energy pathways, and once body returns to balance, the person experiences physical, mental, and spiritual harmony.

Pressure point stimulation, whether by massage (acupressure) or through stimulation with fine needles (acupuncture) dates back to ancient times in the far east.

You can find instructions on how to do JSJ (including a video) towards the end of this article.

Research About Jin Shin Jyutsu (JSJ)

Research #1 – JSJ for pain, stress, and nausea

This study has been conducted in Markey Cancer Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington. The aim of the study was to check the effectiveness of JSJ in relieving pain, stress, and nausea in cancer patients.4

The study demonstrated that patients who had at least 3 sessions of JSJ experienced significant improvement in the areas of pain, stress and nausea after each JSJ session. A follow-up study which will be more comprehensive and extensive is scheduled in the future to test more parameters.