The origin of Jin Shin Jyutsu

This is from a doc, from David Burmeister
THE ORIGIN OF JIN SHIN JYUTSU

By David Burmeister, Betsie Haar and Anita Willoughby

The forgotten art, recently remembered

The name Jin Shin Jyutsu means “The Art of the Creator through the person of
Compassion.” The healing art that those words represent is based upon our own natural, innate ability to harmonize ourselves using our hands. It is likely that the knowledge of these techniques dates back thousands of years, but it had fallen into obscurity by the twentieth century.

Jiro Murai

Jiro Murai, the originator of Jin Shin Jyutsu, was born in Taiseimura (currently Kaga City) in Ishikawa Prefecture, on the western coast of central Japan in 1886. His family was educated and well established as medical doctors. Their home had an enormous
personal and professional library and it is said that the young Murai read over 10,000
books in his youth. Although Murai’s father and elder brother were physicians, Murai
took another path and received his degree in sericulture engineering (silk production).
As a young man he had a reputation of leading a reckless lifestyle, which included an
excess of eating and drinking. For example, he was an active participant in many
dumpling-eating contests.

In 1912 at age 26, he was diagnosed with a serious illness, which involved his digestive
system. Medical professionals informed him that his illness was terminal. After hearing
this news Murai sought solitude at his family’s remote mountain cabin. He was too weak to travel there on his own and had to be carried to the cabin on a stretcher. There he turned inward to center himself, to gain peace and tranquility as he faced the end of his young life. As he was waiting to die, he began to contemplate various philosophies and spiritual practices. He sat in Zen meditation, focused on breathing, fasted, and practiced mudras he had seen. As he sat in meditation over the course of seven days, he went in and out of consciousness and his body became progressively colder. On the seventh day this cold was lifted and he experienced intense heat, like a stream of fire coursing through his body. When this tremendous heat subsided, he felt no more discomforts. Quiet, calm, and peace encompassed his entire being. He stood up and was able to
walk.

Somehow this combination of fasting, meditation, and mudras facilitated his own
spontaneous healing. He devoted his remaining years to the study and understanding of this experience. He dedicated his research for all humanity to Ise Jingu, the Imperial Shinto Shrine at Ise, Japan.

Murai, a true scientist and researcher, returned to the cabin to fast and study and
practice mudras in order to deepen his understanding of his experience and expand his knowledge of what would later become Jin Shin Jyutsu.
He engaged in three-week fasts, which he repeated twelve times over the course of his lifetime. This purification of his body through fasting enabled him to become sensitive to the internal flow of fluids and energy. He illustrated the pathways of these flows and in the process of drawing them he realized they were similar to the Traditional Japanese Medicine acupuncture channels (the Keiraku).

To clarify his understanding of these pathways, he purchased freshly slaughtered cattle heads from the slaughterhouse and immediately dissected them. This provided him an opportunity to study the circulation of the bodily fluids, called Tai-eki in Japanese. He then traced the circulation patterns of Tai-eki inside his own body. With this research he was able to move onto people to test his theories and observe the results. He found two groups to be willing subjects; one group was the homeless people in Ueno Park, (a large park in Tokyo) and the other group was comprised of people considered untouchable. Murai helped these people and they in turn helped him with his research. On a given day Murai would request that everyone with a particular condition, such as a hearing disorder or a respiratory illness, gather so that he could examine, treat, and record his findings. When a volunteer died from an ailment Murai would pay for the funeral. This gave him an opportunity to observe and participate in a dissection before the body was cremated. Murai assisted in at least 18 human dissections, which helps explain his intimate understanding of human anatomy.

Like many early scientists, Murai conducted self-experimentation. Over extended
periods of time he would eat one specific substance or food (for example pine needles, or cabbage) to observe the effects on his body. These experiments helped him understand how food influenced the behavior of the Tai-eki and energy in the channels. From all of this research he developed an adjustment method using the hands placed on two parts of a person’s body. The energy transmitted from the hands enhances the circulation of the Tai-eki and energy in the body.

In the mid 1930’s, Murai gained a reputation for his ability to help people suffering from many different illnesses and was soon practicing with the highest levels of Japanese society, including members of the Imperial Family. In his early years, when Murai practiced on his clients, there were no established routines and no specific locations or points. He worked on the left and right major vertical pathways in accordance with the needs of that particular body, utilizing the left and right major diagonal pathways whenever he wished to guide the flow of Tai-eki to the opposite side. Each Jin Shin Jyutsu session was customized and unique for that one individual at that time.

Thirty-four years after his initial discovery of Jin Shin Jyutsu in 1912, Murai began to
teach. He standardized the complicated information he had compiled through the years into basic principles for those interested in learning. He taught small groups in the students’ homes. The lectures were held once a month and a full series took about three years to complete. After each lecture Murai left his illustrations to be hand copied by one student and then passed along to the others. This process would be completed in time for the next lecture. Murai’s teaching career spanned the last 14 years of his life. Mary Mariko Iino attended one of these lectures and became Murai’s student. Jiro Murai continued to study, practice, and teach up to his death in June 1960.

Mary (Mariko Iino) Burmeister

Although Jiro Murai never left Japan, he wished to make the Art of Jin Shin Jyutsu
available to the world. Murai approached a young Japanese-American woman to help
him accomplish this vision.

Born in Seattle, Washington, in 1918, Mary Iino arrived in Japan in the late 1940s to
serve as a translator and study diplomacy. She was at the home of the Sato Family,
teaching English to a group of students, when she was told that Sensei (Teacher) Murai
was coming. When Murai arrived and met Mary, he immediately asked if she would take the gift of Jin Shin Jyutsu back to America. Not knowing what was being offered, but without hesitation, Mary said yes. This began her lifelong journey and dedication to the Art of Jin Shin Jyutsu. Shortly after Mary began to study with Jiro Murai, her father Uhachi Iino, who had been detained in a US internment camp during the war, returned to Japan. He too became a student of Jin Shin Jyutsu. Together, Mary and Uhachi Iino developed a deep and lasting friendship with Jiro Murai.

Mary’s original plan was to remain in Japan to continue her studies with Murai. Mary
consulted with Murai when Gilbert Burmeister, an American whom she met in Japan,
proposed marriage. Murai knew Gilbert, having previously treated him for a serious
ailment, and asked Mary if she loved him. The answer was yes. He told her the life of a mother and householder was of great importance and would help to complete her
training; this advice came as quite a surprise. He promised to stay in touch with her
through correspondence so she could continue her study of Jin Shin Jyutsu. In 1953
Mary Iino left for America, to marry Gilbert and to continue her studies with Murai
through correspondence. Her father, Uhachi Iino, remained in Japan to continue
studying with Murai and work with clients. Uhachi was instrumental in updating Mary
on Murai’s newest discoveries. Murai continued to develop his theories and create
more standardized flows over the remainder of his life.
Mary as a Teacher

After Mary’s return to America she began the next phase of her life as a wife and
mother. In addition to raising her two young children, she studied Jin Shin Jyutsu and
began to work on family and friends. It wasn’t long before the word got out in Los
Angeles of a Japanese woman who had an amazing gift for helping people alleviate their pain and illnesses. Mary soon found herself working from early in the morning until late in the evening, sharing her healing hands with the people who found their way to her
home.

In 1965, 12 years after her return from Japan, Mary began to teach Jin Shin Jyutsu. Her first class was taught to a group of chiropractors who learned of Mary from her
neighbor, May DeFonte, whom she had treated for migraine headaches. Soon scores of
students flocked to her as she began to share the Art of Jin Shin Jyutsu. Using her
background as a translator, Mary found ways to translate Japanese concepts and terms
she had learned from Murai into English. She related the theory and philosophy of Jin
Shin Jyutsu to western concepts. With her friend Patricia Meador, Mary attended
lectures given by Manley Hall in Los Angeles during the 1960s. She studied the ancient
wisdom schools, Greek philosophy and mythology, numerology, astrology, and other
systems that were becoming culturally accepted during the explorations of the 60s, and realized their interconnections to Jin Shin Jyutsu.

Mary taught simplicity, the importance of being in the moment, and the fundamental
importance of the breath to the basic expression of life energy. She shared Murai’s
adjustment (harmonizing) flows, designed to be used regardless of one’s knowledge of
Traditional Chinese/Japanese Medicine. She spoke about the “No Thing”, the ancient
concept of emptiness, and then brought it to life for her students through words and
actions. Like Jiro Murai, her studies and developments in Jin Shin Jyutsu never ended.
One of Mary’s great contributions to the Art of Jin Shin Jyutsu was the theory of the
Depths, her integration of both the theoretical and the practical understanding of the
dimensions of universal energy as it transforms into matter. Additionally, Mary placed
considerable emphasis on the practice of self-help. Like Jiro Murai, she believed that
people could be their own source of balance, wellness, and healing. She spent many
years developing the Jin Shin Jyutsu art of self-help, creating practical and simple
applications of Jin Shin Jyutsu on oneself.

In 1987 Mary Burmeister began training instructors to continue the teachings of Jin Shin Jyutsu. In March of 1990 Mary fell at home sustaining a serious head injury, which
abruptly ended her teaching career. On January 27, 2008 Mary Burmeister passed away.

Haruki Kato

Haruki Kato was born prematurely at 7 months, in Tokyo on January 14, 1928. Due to
his parents’ efforts he survived, however because of the resulting complications his
health was severely compromised. Conventional medical treatment was not able to
help him. Because of a relative’s recommendation he was eventually taken to a
medical doctor who practiced acupressure therapy, and within a week of treatment
he was digesting normally and had started to walk. He said, “From our experience, my parents and I became believers in the mysterious power of oriental medicine.”
In his early 20’s Haruki Kato became interested in learning the healing Art of Jin Shin
Jyutsu and in 1953 he attended Murai’s study group and lectures. He became a
prominent student, studying and training with Murai until the end of Murai’s life.
As part of his training with Murai, Kato went to acupuncture school and became a
licensed acupuncturist. This gave him a professional and legal standing in Japanese
society. However his true calling was Jin Shin Jyutsu, and at Murai’s death Kato was
named direct successor in Japan. Kato continued to share Jin Shin Jyutsu in Japan
throughout his lifetime.

Haruki Kato had corresponded with Mary Burmeister for many years after Mary moved
back to the US, helping her to continue her studies and stay current with Murai’s
ongoing research and developments. He first traveled to America to meet Mary in 1992 and then to work with the faculty of Jin Shin Jyutsu, Inc. Kato also conducted two seminars for Jin Shin Jyutsu students, one in Honolulu and one in Osaka, Japan. In 2014 Haruki Kato passed away, and his son Sadaki joined the Jin Shin Jyutsu Inc. faculty. Sadaki practices in Tokyo and continues to share the material from his father’s Jin Shin Jyutsu Texts, teaching around the world.

© 2017 Jin Shin Jyutsu, Inc. All rights reserved

Jin Shin Jyutsu video – Health is in your hand – Power Flow 1

Here are the words at Youtube about the video:

How can you take health and wellness literally into your own hands? This video introduces you to Jin Shin Jyutsu, the effortless art of self-healing. It demonstrates the “Power Flow,” a self-help routine that boosts the immune system, alleviates back and hip problems, strengthens the reproductive system and eases foot and leg pain. Simply follow the instructions and learn how to alleviate discomfort and pain by placing your hands on specific points of your body. Experience the difference it will make! Jin Shin Jyutsu self-help is extremely effective, easy to learn and accessible to all. Info & Workshops: http://www.health-is-in-your-hands.com/ Kathrin Stengel

Jin Shin Jyutsu video from Health is in your hands – Immune Booster

The words about the video from Youtube:

Health is in your hands: Immune Booster – effortless self-healing with Jin Shin Jyutsu
(Tom Culkin, Kathrin Stengal)

How can you take health and wellness literally into your own hands? This video introduces you to Jin Shin Jyutsu, the effortless art of self-healing. It demonstrates the “Immune Booster,” a self-help routine that supports the immune system and literally comes in ‘handy’ when practiced at the onset of a cold or the flu. Simply follow the instructions and learn how to alleviate discomfort and pain by placing your hands on specific points of your body. Experience the difference it will make! Jin Shin Jyutsu self-help is extremely effective, easy to learn and accessible to all. Info & Workshops: http://www.health-is-in-your-hands.com/

 

Jin Shin Jyutsu 5 day class, Waltraud Riegger-Krause, 14 to 18 Nov 2018, Ireland

I got an email from Norrie Dooley:

Dear Jin Shin Jyutsu student,

We would like to invite you to our next 5 day seminar, presented by Waltraud Riegger-Krause.

The seminar runs from Wednesday 14th to Sunday 18th November 2018.
The venue is The Carrickmacross Workhouse, Shercock Road, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan.

www.carrickmacrossworkhouse.com

It is approximately 1 hour drive north of Dublin airport and can be reached easily by public transport. Detailed travel information is available on request.
Carrickmacross is a picturesque town which is nestled in the drumlin hills of County Monaghan, made famous by the poet, Patrick Kavanagh.

There are a number of hotels and B&Bs in the area (please see attached list). Accommodation charges vary from Approx Eur 35 to Eur 40 for B&B to Eur 75 to Eur 90 for 4 Star Hotel for a single room per night including breakfast. There is no accommodation at the venue, however some of the accommodation listed in the attachment is within walking distance of the venue. Also, some of the B&B’s will offer transport to the venue each morning. Please book accommodation directly and we advise to book early.

Please find brochure and enrolment form attached which you can fill in and return to me.

The enrolment form is a ‘text document’ that can be edited with Notepad for Windows and with TextEdit (or Textmate) for Mac.
Please detach the file from your e-mail, edit it and return to me at norriejsj@gmail.com or print it out, fill it in, scan it and then e-mail it or send it by post (snail mail).

Early booking would be greatly appreciated !
If you require any further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
We look forward to meeting you in November.
Norrie and Tom.

Norrie Dooley, Organiser,  +353 87 6717742

Tom Larney, Co-Organiser,  +353 87 6174735

Attachments:

  1.    *   Brochure
  2.   *    Enrolment form
  3.   *    Accommodation List
  4.   *    Accommodation Map

Jin Shin Jyutsu ® Seminar Ireland 14th to 18th Nov 2018 – Enrolment Form

Name:
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Address:
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Home Phone: Mobile phone:
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e-mail address:
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(Mark ‘x’ in box(es) as appropriate)

New Student:  Part I:   Euro  420 [   ]  Wed 14, Thurs 15, Fri 16 Nov
Part II:  Euro  280 [   ]    Sat 17, Sun 18 Nov
Total 700

Review Student: Part I:   Euro  300 [   ]    Wed 14, Thurs 15, Fri 16 Nov
Part II:  Euro  200 [   ]    Sat 17, Sun 18 Nov
Total 500

As a review student I have attended the following number of ‘5 day’ classes:
One [   ]     Two [   ]    Three or more – please note number attended [   ]

I can bring a massage table [   ]       I can bring linen [   ]

Payment methods:

Euro cash at registration or Euro cheque, Bank Draft or Electronic Bank Transfer
in advance. Please send a booking deposit of €100 made payable to
Norrie Dooley, fully-refundable until 1st Nov 2018.

If possible full payment would be greatly appreciated two weeks
prior to seminar i.e. by the 1st Nov 2018.

Credit Card:
Note: The total Course Fee will be taken from your credit card account
at registration on the first morning of the course.
The deposit is only taken from the credit card account in the event
of a cancellation after 1st Nov 2018.
Credit cards are processed by JSJ Scottsdale, USA in US Dollars
equivalent, which will produce a variance from the above rates due
to exchange rate fluctuations and differences. Credit card details
will be faxed to JSJ Scottsdale.
DO NOT SEND CREDIT CARD INFORMATION BY E-MAIL (NOT SAFE), Please
print out this form and post it to Norrie at the address below.

Card Type: (VISA, AMEX etc.)
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Name on Credit Card:
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Expiry Date:
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Credit Card number:
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Organiser:      Norrie Dooley,                       Co-Organiser: Tom Larney
Postal address: Coolderry,Inniskeen,Dundalk,         Mobile: +353 87 6174735
Co. Louth, Ireland.
E-mail:          norriejsj@gmail.com
Mobile:         +353 87 6717742

Photos from the Now Know Myself class in Austin, Texas, July 2018

Gallery

Now Know Myself class in Austin, Texas, July 2018

I just got back to Sweden after spending some time in the US – among other things I participated in the awesome Now Know Myself class in Austin, with Wayne Hackett, Muriel Carlton and Carlos Gutterres – the NKM-class is always different, depending who is in it, and who the instructors are, so as always in classes, there will be some aha-moments  

Next chance for a NKM-class will be in Münich, Germany 31 oct – 4 nov, with Anita Willoughby and Waltraud Riegger-Krause
And next chance in the US will be in Green Bay, WI, 10-14 april 2019, with Jill Marie Pasquinelli and Cynthia Broshi
And also Boston, MA 6-10 nov 2019, with Wayne Hackett Carlos Gutterres and Sara Harper.

You can find more information about the classes here:
https://www.jsjinc.net/cs.php?id=nowknow

Cancelled class Sadaki Kato in San Francisco July 2018

Sorry to have to say that the class in San Francisco with Sadaki Kato is cancelled, due to not enough participants – I was looking forward to the class very much..
Next chance for a class translated into english is in Belgium, may 2019

Course Title: KatoText Seminar (in Japanese with English translation)

Start Date: May 15, 2019 (Wednesday)

End Date: May 19, 2019 (Sunday)

Location: HOEPERTINGEN, BELGIUM

Description: Organized by Maurice Weltens
Phone: (011) +32-11651715, Cell: +32(0)496843902
Email: maurice.roberte@scarlet.be
Steenhovenstraat 57 B-3530 Houthalen/Belgium
Co-Organizer: Robert Nivelle
Phone: +32(0)11651715, Email: maurice.roberte@scarlet.be

There are other classes translated into other languages:
ISNY, GERMANY 4-8 July 2018 (in German)

MOGI DAS CRUZES, SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL 12-16 October 2017 (in Portuguese)

INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA 8-12 May 2019 (in German)

PARIS, FRANCE 20-24 November 2019 (in French)

Here’s the information about all his classes

https://www.jsjinc.net/instructor-courses.php?id=130

 

Jin Shin Jyutsu 5 day class with Jill Pasquinelli, in Copenhagen, Denmark 28 Nov-2 Dec 2018

If you can’t come to the 5 day class with Mona Harris in Uppsala, Sweden (April 27 – May 1)  there’s another class coming upp with Jill Pasquinelli in Copenhagen, Denmark, in Nov/Dec – here’s the information from
https://www.jsjinc.net/instructor-courses.php?id=22

Course Title: 5-Day Basic Seminar (in English with Danish translation when needed)

Start Date: November 28, 2018 (Wednesday)

End Date: December 02, 2018 (Sunday)

Location: Copenhagen

Description: Organizer: Karin Schurian Roseno
Phone: +45 40296909
Email: kariunkola@yahoo.it
Address: Plantagevej 78 F
3460 Birkerod, Denmark

My intensive Jin Shin Jyutsu sessions in Scottsdale, Arizona (Jan 2018)

I have been in Scottsdale a couple of times to get JSJ intensive sessions (twice daily, for 5 days) – I can really recommend it, it is such a great way to “pamper” yourself, relax and de-stress…
Here’s the website, if you want to go there: https://www.jsjinc.net
But if you can’t go to Scottsdale for intensive sessions, you can always check out any Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner that is closer to you, it’s possible to work out a schedule with any JSJ practitioner, if you want to try the benefit of getting this kind of sessions.

I been in Scottsdale before in the summer, but then the temperature is so hot that it’s not possible to be outside for any longer period, this time I went in January, so I could check out the surroundings a little bit more.. I didn’t have the time to explore the mountains any closer, but they are really majestic!

Traveling to Scottsdale this time was a little bit difficult, I was caught up in the so called “bomb cyclone” (that is, a winter storm..) – my plan was to fly to Newark, then catch a plane to Phoenix, but the airport was closed, so they re-directed us to Washington DC, where I had to spend the night at a fancy hotel, before going to Phoenix. The hotel had swans in the lobby…Svanar

But I got to Phoenix the next day, here’s the view at sunset at my hotel

Utsikt hotell

And there were geese flying over the hotel every sunset…

GässGäss2

It was in the beginning of January, so there were still Christmas decorations around the hotel

Julkaktus

And with “natural” decorations

Fikonkaktus

And the mountains were majestic

A reminder about the JSJ class with Mona Harris in Uppsala, Sweden, 27 Apr-1 May 2018

Mona Harris has been several times in Sweden, giving a 5 day class, self-help classes, study groups and so on – we are very happy that she is coming to Sweden again, this time for a 5 day class, here’s the invitation from the organizer Claire Boelhouwers:

JIN SHIN JYUTSU Physio-Philosophy 5 Day Seminar
Uppsala, Sweden
April 27 – May 1 2018
Presented by: Mona Harris

Here’s the invitation letter from Claire Boelhouwers:

Dear Jin Shin Jyutsu Friends

It is with great pleasure and anticipation that I invite you to our sixth 5 day basic Jin Shin Jyutsu seminar in Uppsala. Mona Harris will be our teacher again. Mona was the first Jin Shin Jyutsu faculty teacher to come to Sweden in 2012. Some of you started your journey with Mona and are still continuing! Unique to Mona’s class is that she introduces listening to pulses from the first day of class, and builds up on listening all throughout the following days. Mona’s clarity, and knowledge of Jin Shin Jyutsu is shared with calm and superbly organised presentation.

Many of you will be doing this class for the third time and will be receiving your Practitioner Level Attendance Certificate from Scottsdale when you complete the class!!

The seminar will be presented in English and covers the following:

Part 1

DAY 1-3

The foundation: Introduces the dynamic qualities of the 26 Safety Energy Locks, the Trinity Flows, the concept of Depths of energy within the body and the physio-philosophy of Jin Shin Jyutsu. Interspersed with the lecture are ample periods of hands-on application. Mona will begin with pulse listening from day one!

Part 2 ( prerequisite Part 1)

DAY 4 and 5

Introduces the concept and application of the Body Function Energy. We are also introduced to the Special Body Function Energy and how it contributes to harmonizing body, mind and spirit. Interspersed with the lecture are ample periods of hands-on application.

After attendance of one full seminar a certificate of completion is issued. Upon completion of a student’s third full seminar, a document of attendance is issued signifying attainment of minimum practitioner-level training.

About the instructor: Mona Harris was born and raised in southern Germany and has been studying Jin Shin Jyutsu since 1992. She has taught regular self-help classes since 1997, and begun teaching LTA (Living The Art – Jin Shin Jyutsu-seminars) in 2004. Mona has been teaching 5-day classes since 2011. She is fluent in English, German, and French and utilizes her language skills as a translator for Jin Shin Jyutsu seminars and classes. She has translated over 50 5-day classes! This unique experience offers her an incredible amount of insight and perspective which she brings into her own teachings. Mona was a special education teacher for nine years before she became a Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner, translator, and teacher. Her compassion, knowledge, and wisdom of Jin Shin Jyutsu creates a dynamic learning environment for the JSJ-Seminar. Please also see Mona’s website : www.MonaHarris.de

FEES

New students:

Part 1 3900,-SEK Part 2 2600,-SEK Text books are included in the fees.

As a new student we recommend you attend both Part 1 and 2. However, if you cannot, you may choose to attend only Part 1, however Part 1 is a requisite for Part 2.

Review students:

Part 1 2535,-SEK Part 2 1690,-SEK

As a review student you may choose to do both Parts 1 and 2, or either Part 1 or Part 2.

A deposit of 1000 SEK will secure your place in the class. Please send the enrolment form and deposit by the 26 February 2018. The balance of tuition is to be received by 12 April 2018.

Cancellation policy: Refund of deposit and fee will be given until 28 March 2018.

Please pay your deposit and fee into the following account, or SWISH 0733 906 259

NB: Please remember to write your name so I know who has paid. Thanks.

Handelsbanken Uppsala city: Claire Boelhouwers

clearing number: 6501

account number: 668 804 882

SWIFT/BIC: HANDSESS

IBAN: SE9160000000000668804882

To enroll for the seminar please fill in the form below and email it to me AND send the deposit.

Venue: Shen Dao Health Center, 16 Vretgränd, Uppsala, Sweden. http://www.Shendao.se

Class times: Friday 27 April: registration 08:15 – 9am

Class daily: 08:30 Body reading, 09:00 – 18:30 Class

Lunch break 1h30

A REQUEST

If you have a treatment table and/ or are able to bring a set of sheets can you please let me know. Thank you!

Please feel free to come with any requests or comments!

Warm greetings,

Claire Boelhouwers (Seminar organizer) Email: claire_jsj@hotmail.com Mobile: +46 733906259

Application for Enrolment

Name:___________________________

Address:______________________________________________________________

City, Country, postal code:________________________________________________

Tel.:_____________________________

Email:____________________________

New student: _____ Review student:_____

I wish to attend:

Part 1 Only:______ 27 – 29 April

Part 2 Only:______ 30 April – 1 May

Part 1 and 2:______ 27 April – 1 May

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