A Natural Immune System Booster by Mitzi Adams

Your personal assistant is ready when you are when it comes to virus protection. Who is this assistant? You! Your own body’s ability to keep germs at bay and keep your immune system strong is right at your fingertips — literally! With the ancient art of Jin Shin Jyutsu, there’s a way to help yourself through accessing your body’s energy system. This time-honored method to fight-off viruses is also an excellent way to help speed-up the recovery time even if you’ve gotten sick. Learn to quell your worry by applying your hands to powerful locations in the body called “safety-energy locks.” The specific ones to focus on for your immune system are located right off the top of the shoulder on the back: safety-energy lock #3; as well as safety-energy lock #15, located right at the groin.

Memorize this flow below and utilize it daily (sometimes 2x a day if you’re feeling under the weather), to strengthen your ability to ward off viruses, as mild as the common cold, and as infectious as viral threats. You know all the other measures to take by now, but this is the gem of all gems to turn-up the volume on your immune system! *

 

* Please note: Jin Shin Jyutsu is not a substitute for medical attention; it is intended to complement, not replace, the advice of your own physician or other healthcare professional.

Mitzi Adams was first introduced to Jin Shin Jyutsu® in 1986 when she started her graduate studies in dance in Arizona. Her love and devotion to Jin Shin Jyutsu® are witnessed through her teachings, inspiring all those drawn to this profound art. Mitzi is a Board-Certified Massage Therapist, (NCBTMB), Jin Shin Jyutsu  practitioner and Jin Shin Jyutsu Self-Help Instructor. She is also the director of Adams Company Dance, based in New York City.


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