Ocean Waters Sailing and Healing


Jim's specialty lies in assisting a client’s natural healing ability to attain balance. A treatment may include any or all of the following:

  • Releasing past trauma from the body
  • Managing chronic pain
  • Balancing energy
  • Clearing chakras
  • Deep relaxation

Supported by the immense power of nature and the ocean, Jim works with his clients to clear, charge, and balance their energy field. Whether on the water as a student in the "Learn to Sail. Learn to Heal" course or in the seaside office on Marblehead Harbor listening to the rhythmic sound of the waves on the rocks in the background, Jim proceeds with a natural calmness and warmth >>Read More>>


Since the ocean covers 71% of the earth’s surface; holds 97% of earth’s water; is the greatest source of oxygen, food and medicinal ingredients and is home to 80% of all living organisms; it plays an important role in all of our lives. However, there is nothing like the role it plays in our lives when we can be near or in the ocean. Research has found: >>Read More>>


Reiki is the Japanese word for cosmic energy. Reiki is an eastern ancient form of healing rediscovered in the late 1800s. According to many versions of its origin, Dr. Mikao Usui, a Japanese Christian minister and seeker of spiritual truths, spread the Reiki method of healing after a deep spiritual experience. He is said to have begun teaching others in 1922 after a serious earthquake hit Japan and he felt urged to spread his knowledge. >>Read More>>

Jim’s Background

For 12 years, Jim ran a successful company and taught courses in welding technology and industrial pipefitting. This abruptly ended when Jim was struck by a car while crossing the street and suffered a broken neck/spinal cord injury as well as jaw and nose fractures. After three operations and medical procedure complications, Jim spent three years in physical therapy and resting to become minimally functional despite being told by doctors he would be fully disabled the rest of his life.

At this point, Jim chose a different direction in his life's path >>Read More>>