Start Date: 10/21/2023 9:00 AM EDT
End Date: 10/21/2023 4:30 PM EDT
Venue Name: InBody Movement & Healing Arts Location:
265 Greenfield Rd, Unit B
South Deerfield, MA United States 01373
Event Website: https://www.deerfieldhealingarts.com
Two days of ZB Expanded Advancing Skills with Amanda & Lisa
Friday Oct 20 — Viscera & Saturday Oct 21 — Skull
Come to one or both if you can!
ZB Expanded: Addressing the Skull Advancing Skills Day — 6.5 CEUs
Taught by Lisa Berger & Amanda King
Prerequisite: ZB Expanded: Addressing the Skull 4-Day Class (formerly Secrets of the Skull)
Tuition: $150: Pay by August 21 and save $50, with code ZBHA50, before Sept 21, save $25 with code ZBHA25
No repeat discount.
Policies regarding cancellation of the course or withdrawal are described here.
You may also pay Lisa directly and then register using a special promo code. Contact Lisa for details
During online registration you will be asked to read and agree
to the Covid In-Class Protocols, Guidelines and Waiver
Text: Zero Balancing Expanded: The Attitude of Awaiting a Fish by Judith Sullivan
This one-day class revisits key principles and fulcrums from the 4-day ZBX: Addressing the Skull class and empowers you to incorporate these valuable skull and neck evaluations and fulcrums into your ZB sessions.
Attending this class will:
- Enhance your learning process,
- Give you valuable hands-on experience with touch feedback, and
- Allow you to receive the fulcrums and experience the benefits of Zero Balancing Expanded Skull work
The instructors will clarify relevant anatomy and physiology, evaluation and treatment options. Your questions shape the lessons and the format will include presentations, demonstrations, touch feedback and session swaps.
Topics typically addressed:
- Developing more confidence and excitement about working with the skull
- Personal attention to your questions and practice
- Revisiting important skull anatomy, bones and membranes, and its relevance to ZB
- The energetic significance of skull sutures, which are foundation joints
- The value of sliding fulcrums using varying pressures
- Refinement of important skull and brain fulcrums, including learning to nestle with these structures
- The significance of the hyoid bone
- Integrating skull work into any ZB session
- How to have fun, listen with our hands, relax and bring more awareness to our work
What participants say:
“This class helped refine my skull work. We covered a ton of material in depth. I will try temporal bone fulcrums on a young patient with ADHD-type symptoms.”
— Kelly Kaeding, LAc.
“I have more confidence and a better understanding of what to be sensing for and how to make better use of the skull material.”
— Eliza Mallouk, LMT, Alexander TechniqueTeacher
“I have a clearer idea of how to integrate skull work into the ZB protocol.”
— BeverlyPeirson, LMT