A Touching Good-Bye: The Gentle Use of Jin Shin Jyutsu Acupressure At Times of Critical Illness and Death by Judith B. Andry, M.Ed.

“As we reach out to hold and cradle our loved ones who are critically ill we are reminded of the simplicity that resides within the Art of Jin Shin Jyutsu and its ability to restore harmony and peace.” David Burmeister, Jin Shin Jyustu, Inc.

A Touching Good-Bye by Judith B. Andry is an inspiring collection of stories contributes by people who have used this uncomplicated and compassionate Art to ease the way for those who are at the threshold of passing on. The gentle touch of your hands can help restore emotional equilibrium, relieve pain and release the causes of acute and chronic conditions. Simple instructions for working with persons who are critically ill or dying are included, as are self-help exercises for the caregiver.

“Judy Andry shows how to support those we love at their time of death with dignity, respect and exquisite caring. A compassionate and profound must-have guide.” Susan Brooks, Ph.D., Jin Shin Jyustu Instructor

“Judy Andry offers patients, families and professional care givers an opportunity to be involved int he dying process in a caring and meaningful way. This book is a unique contribution to the growing body of literature on palliative care.” Malia Jefferson, R.N., B.S.N., M.A., Ed.D., Assistant Professor, University of Hawaii, Maui Community College Nursing Program

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Judith B. Andry was introduced to Jin Shin Jyutsu in 1984 and has been studying and practicing this Art ever since. In 1988 she became one of three members of the first Jin Shin Jyutsu Advisory Council. With an M.Ed. in Guidance and Counseling, Judy worked as an Elementary School Counselor at the Academy of the Sacred Heart in New Orleans, had a private counseling practice and gave lectures concerning parenting and adolescence which resulted in two books: From One Parent to Another: On Adolescence and Pauses Along the Way.