Jin Shin Jyutsu Professional Practitioner Course Certification

After successful completion of all three levels of the Jin Shin Jyutsu Professional Practitioner Course, the participant is eligible to apply for certification. While the course prepares candidates thoroughly for certification, certification is a separate process that involves the submission of three case studies, passing the comprehensive examination, and passing the hands-on evaluation and interview. Please keep me informed about the JSJ Professional Practitioner Course.

Steps to Certification

*Separate fee, payable to instructor

Only participants who have successfully completed the Professional Practitioner Course are able to apply for certification at this time.

Jin Shin Jyutsu Traditional Training Pathway to Certification

The Mary Burmeister Jin Shin Jyutsu Institute values its many long time students and practitioners, and in the future there will be an alternate path to certification, called the Traditional Training Pathway. The TTP will recognize traditional Jin Shin Jyutsu coursework and a practitioner’s years of practice, experience, and competency, while preserving the same criteria and standards that Professional Practitioner Course participants must meet. Details of this pathway are currently under design and will be posted here when completed.

Practitioner Certification Renewal

Certified Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioners are expected to maintain and develop their knowledge and skills through experience and continuing education. Jin Shin Jyutsu’s recertification program encourages life-long learning and continuing professional development.

Recertification is required every three years. Although a reminder will be sent, practitioners are responsible for renewing their certification. There will be a location on the JSJCP website for recertification and the fee will be $75. The requirements of recertification are:

* Current certification in C.P.R., First Aid, and use of an automated external defibrillator (A.E.D.) from courses approved by the American Heart Association or a substantially similar course approved by the American Red Cross, the National Safety Council, Coyne First Aide Inc., The American Safety and Health Institute, or EMP International Inc.