Zero Balancing I, with M. Lavery, Florida
Date(s): February 17, 2023 - February 20, 2023
Time: 9:00 AM EST - 3:00 PM EST
ZERO BALANCING I
Taught by Megan Lavery, LPC, LMT, ZBHA Faculty
February 17-20, 2023
25 CEUs (NCBTMB, NCCAOM)
Hours: 9 to 5, Day 4: 9 to 3
PREREQUISITES: None; Knowledge of anatomy and experiencing a ZB session helpful.
TUITION: $795.00 after January 18th
Super Saver: $595 (save $200) until December 18th, use code ZBHA200 at checkout;
Early Registration: $695 (save $100) until January 17th use code ZBHA100
Repeating ZB I $350, please use promo code ZBHARepeat
Contact Megan to pay by check or Venmo and obtain a registration code.
To register you will need to read and agree to the ZBHA's Covid Class Protocols and Liability Waiver and the ZBHA/ZBTF's Terms and Conditions. In addition, please complete our online photo release here.
If you want a mid-winter getaway to sunny Florida this class is for you!
Located on Amelia Island, off the Northeastern coast of Florida, this class is just a 4 minute drive away from the beach, temperatures are usually in the high 60s this time of year.
Please note that there are cats on the premises.
Limited inexpensive shared lodging available onsite,
please contact Megan for details.
Zero Balancing I is the first half of the 50-hour Core Zero Balancing program and the first course of the Zero Balancing curriculum. ZB I introduces you to the technique, theory, touch skills and history of the art and science of Zero Balancing. In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to perform a full-body Zero Balancing session and experience what it feels like to receive Zero Balancing fulcrums and sessions. Class size is small to provide plenty of hands-on attention.
The instructor will deliver clear presentations and demonstrations of Zero Balancing evaluations and techniques, along with a detailed study guide to inform your ongoing practice.
You will learn:
· Theory and principles of Zero Balancing body/mind therapy
· To distinguish body energy and body structure through touch
· The skill of using energy as a working tool
· The structural and energetic anatomy of the skeleton
· The theory and application of Zero Balancing techniques called fulcrums
· How to give a 30-minute ZB session that addresses the whole body
What Participants say about ZB I:
“This work will enhance my ability to treat many clients on a much deeper level, especially my MS clients who need deep but not hard connections.” — Mary Jane Edge
“Using the understanding of touching structure and energy at the interface will be helpful in all my work – as a nurse and in my bodywork practice.” — Sandra Denner, RN
“I needed to hear the concept of interface and clarity of presence and energy! I feel my work will be refocused and re-energized!” — Cathy Schneider
“This course has completely changed my view and perspective of my practice.” — Alan Willoughby
“I feel the structure and energy [of Zero Balancing] will help get some patients past a plateau I have reached with massage.”— Chris Wilson