Learn About Jin Shin Jyutsu at Zero Balancing Wellness Center




Tari Heap

As part of the Zero Balancing Wellness Series, Tari Heap will speak about practical and easy energy work tools for health and well-being from 7 to 8:30 p.m., March 7. Heap states, “Jin Shin Jyutsu is a profound yet simple way of tapping into the existing wisdom of the body for the purpose of bringing greater harmony to our whole being.

       “Participants will learn how to use practical tools to manage big emotions like fear, worry, grief and anger on an energetic level, as well as help themselves with common health challenges like headaches, colds, digestive upsets and more.

       “By balancing the flow of life energy in the body, we are reminded that we are not separate from nature. We are nature. A deep pulse of perfect harmony is always present within each of us and is part of our divine blueprint. Jin Shin Jyutsu accesses this deep pulse and brings us back into balance.”

       Heap has been a Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner and self-help instructor since 1991.

Cost: $30. Location: Zero Balancing Wellness Center, 809 Ridge Rd., Ste. 200, Wilmette. Register (required) at 847-920-9292.

 

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