Key Elements for Health
The Japanese art of Jin Shin Jyutsu® Physio-Philosophy empowers you to live a vibrant and healthy life. We accomplish this through customized individual sessions and/or self-empowerment classes.
Our Key Elements team of practitioners in Green Bay WI
Gail Okray was inspired by her passion for the Japanese art of Jin Shin Jyutsu® to open Key Elements for health. She has been a Jin Shin Jyutsu® Physio-philosophy practitioner since 1998. Over the years, Gail has motivated hundreds of individuals to move toward a healthier and more vibrant life through this ancient Japanese art. Self-care workshops and private Jin Shin Jyutsu® sessions helped Gail to achieve this goal. Gail loves to work with clients of all ages- babies, young people, and adults.
Gail is one of the Key Elements for Animals practitioners as well. Gail offers sessions for a variety of animals. (See the ‘Animals’ tab on the Home page for more information on how Jin Shin Jyutsu® can help your companion animal.)
A life-altering illness led Gail to find Jin Shin Jyutsu®. Gail’s own experience with chronic pain, brought her this ancient Japanese art. She found a new perspective and explored new possibilities and opportunities in her life. Prior to that, Gail received her BS degree in Nutritional Sciences from UW Green-Bay, located in Green Bay, WI. Gail worked in the quality assurance laboratory at a lakeshore food company analyzing nutritional and microbiological components in their USDA accredited laboratory.
Gail shares her knowledge of Japanese art of Jin Shin Jyutsu® with the community through self-care workshops, at community outreach programs through Learning in Retirement, Aging and Disability Resource Center, Beacon House, and Triumph Cancer Resource Center, Inc. Gail is also a resource to local practitioners by leading Jin Shin Jyutsu® study groups and organizing practitioner level classes in Green Bay, WI.
Mary Hille grew up in rural Green Bay, WI. Mary has worked with animals of all sizes growing up on the family farm. A Jin Shin Jyutsu® Physio-philosophy practitioner since 2008, Mary shares animal sessions with horses. Just calling their names brings them running to the gate. Her favorite is a gray quarter horse is name Trophy. Trophy is over 20 years old with a congenital heart defect and has a persistent limp her whole life. Regular session of the Japanese art of Jin Shin Jyutsu has reduced her limp and help with all of her aches and pains. Trophy likes her Jin Shin Jyutsu sessions anywhere she is. Many times with no halter just an undisturbed spot in the paddock. Mary’s daughter Jessica is an avid rider and Mary is able to share session with the horses Jessica rides.