Who We AreThe Zero Balancing Health Association (ZBHA) is a membership organization that serves the Zero Balancing community of North America. The ZBHA is comprised of our dedicated office staff, talented faculty, and growing community of practitioners. Much of the curriculum development, promotional work, website creation, and policy development within our organization happens thanks to ZBHA members who volunteer in leadership positions and as committee members. Our board members, faculty, mentors and certified practitioners are the ambassadors of Zero Balancing, and we are proud of the passion and creativity within our association.
ZBHA Board of Directors
ZB Founder Fritz Smith, sitting. Behind him, from left to right: Todd Williams (co-chair), Doug Deming, Judith Sullivan, Lisa Berger (co-chair), Amanda King, Linda Wobeskya, Michael Oruch, and David Laden
The ZBHA Office Staff
From left: Lee Bean, Administrative Assistant; Cindi Pridgen, Executive Director; Kara Skeberdis, Office Manager.
Faculty members set up, promote and administer the Zero Balancing courses they teach. Faculty also guide the development of the Zero Balancing curriculum, develop policies related to teaching, and create new courses under guidelines set by the Zero Balancing Foundation. Learn more.
ZBHA members have the opportunity to organize events, study groups and conferences within the supportive framework of regional networks called Bioregions. Learn more.
"The mission of the Zero Balancing Health Association is to help people experience health, well-being and wholeness by facilitating the study, practice and development of Zero Balancing."