Denise Green, CMT

In 1981, my studies at the Pacific School of Massage and Healing Arts led me to my first practice of Jin Shin Jyutsu® (JSJ). I was hooked. While I’d expected massage school study to be a “good growth experience,” I actually discovered the path for my life’s work. Since giving my first session, I have devoted years of study to this amazing, gentle healing art. I am a JSJ certificated Self-Help teacher. From 1990 to 2008, I taught Introduction to Jin Shin Jyutsu® as part of the curriculum at the Pacific School of Massage and Healing Arts.
The following description is from JSJ, Inc.: “Through Jin Shin Jyutsu® our awareness is awakened to the simple fact that we are endowed with the ability to harmonize and balance ourselves (in rhythm with the universe) physically, mentally, and spiritually. It is the art of Getting to Know (Help) Myself.” I am constantly awed and amazed by the beauty and power of this gentle healing art.
Sessions are individually tailored to each client’s needs.  They generally last about one hour and twenty minutes.  Appointments may be made at my studio located 5 minutes out of Point Arena or at the client’s residence.


B.A., Psychology, Stanford University 1969.
Lifetime Secondary Teaching Credential,California State University at San Jose.
Alternative School teaching experience.
Owner/manager Natural Food Store Collective, Pt. Arena.
Massage practice since 1981.
Jin Shin Jyutsu® practice since 1985.
California State Certified Massage Therapist
Classes in many healing modalities, including: guided imagery; Hawaiian shamanism; Touch for Health; yoga massage; deep-tissue massage; yoga.

Professional Organizations: 
Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals
American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia.

Gardening, music, science, philosophy, cooking, wine, wilderness, justice



Denise Green


Jin Shin Jyutsu®


Point Arena
Coastal Jin Shin, P.O. Box 257, Point Arena, Ca. 95468

(will travel to clients in Mendonoma)

“My wounds became my spectacles, helping me to see what I encounter with empathy, and with a grateful sense of privilege.”
~ Martin R. Lipp

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