Seikendo healing arts are taught in the Seibukan Jujutsu system and is a synthesis of various healing arts. These arts are: Shiatsu (Japanese finger pressure therapy), basic massage, Regenesis (energy application based on Western medical theory), Chi Kung (a Chinese healing art cultivating the body’s internal energy), and theories of Oriental medicine. This art blends Western and Traditional Oriental Medicine. It is a combination of scientific theory and experiences gained through centuries of practice. Seikendo contains exercises and meditations for illness prevention. These are done on a daily basis, if one chooses. Given our fast paced lives, these are designed for maximum benefit and require little time.
The techniques used to balance and heal another are varied and depend on the symptoms. The ability to diagnose certain conditions and apply appropriate treatment is practiced. Seikendo works with 14 keiraku (meridians, or channels of energy). Energy is also applied directly to internal organs and accessing points to various systems of the body. By practicing in this manner, we can prevent illness and disease, and tune ourselves to the subtleties of the body. In order to accomplish any of this, we first learn about energy (ki), the qualities, textures, the drawing out of and its extension and projection. As we access the healer within, we affect the balance of giving and receiving, of the warrior and the healer. We connect our mind, body and spirit and experience the same in those around us.