I am grateful to all the people who come lie on my table. We don’t know where we are going, but we are on a pilgrimage together!

—Greta D. Sibley

I always feel approached with love, respect and warm, welcoming curiosity.

—Athena Stylos

Greta's practice kept me going through a year of chemotherapy and radiation for stage II-A Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Physically and psychologically, her Jin Shin Jyutsu sessions with me raised my spirits, reduced my anxiety about the future and, quite literally, helped me heal on a cellular level. Every time I went for my weekly trip to the oncologist, I looked forward to seeing the looks of astonishment on the faces of the Western practitioners as they marveled over my good skin color, stable weight, lack of nausea, energy and optimism. Jin Shin Jyutsu was the perfect complement—if not antidote—to a highly invasive, albeit necessary, cancer regimen. Now that I am going into my fifth year of remission, I look forward to future treatments to maintain my health and deal with far less challenging ordeals. Greta’s heart, head and hands are, truly, a gift.

—Christine Palm

I have to say that what I noticed immediately after I left the session was not my body but my mind. It was so quiet and clear. Really delightful.

—Marie Burkart

From 60 to 0 in 2.46 seconds.


Zen Master Guichen said, “Where are you going?”

Fayan replied, “On an ongoing pilgrimage.”

Guichen said, “Why do you go on a pilgrimage?”

Fayan replied, “I don’t know.”

Guichen said, “Not knowing is most intimate.”

from The Record of Master Fayan Wenyi

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