Start Date: 11/4/2021 10:00 AM EDT
End Date: 11/7/2021 4:00 PM EST
Venue Name: Clear Body Mind Wellness Center Location:
254 Essex St., Suite 203
Salem, MA United States 01970
Event Website: http://www.clearbodymind.massagetherapy.com/workshops-events
COVID-19 has impacted the manner in which we are able to offer in-person ZB classes and has provided new challenges in how we safeguard the health of our students, our classes and our faculty.
In order to register for this class, you will need to have read and agreed to the Covid In Class Protocols, Guidelines and Waiver.
In addition, we have updated our Terms & Conditions. You will need to acknowledge and accept prior to completing class registration.
SuperSaver Rate Extended!! Use code ZBHA200 at checkout for the supersaver tuition of $595. Expires 9/30/2021.
Use code ZBHARepeat at checkout if you are repeating this class.
The registration process for this class requires either full tuition payment or a promo code indicating that you have made arrangements to pay the teacher directly. Contact the teacher if you want to make such arrangements.
COURSE TITLE: ZERO BALANCING I
ABBREVIATION: ZB I
EDUCATIONAL CREDIT: 25 CEUs (NCBTMB, NCCAOM, AHNA)
COURSE LENGTH: 4 days
DATES & TIMES: November 4-7, 2021, Days 1 & 2: 10-6, Day 3: 9-5, Day 4: 9-4
PREREQUISITES: none; knowledge of anatomy and experiencing a ZB session helpful
INSTRUCTOR: Amanda King, LMT, ZBHA Faculty
PRICE: $795.00, SuperSaver until Sept 30: $595, Early until Oct 4: $695, Repeat: $350
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 bodymind 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 with Amanda King:
“ZB is an immediate addition to my practice. I noticed on day 4 of ZB I that I had not used my yoga mat and realized how good my body was feeling in that moment. Help to myself and my practice has arrived.” Catherine Perman-Andrade, LMBT, CMLDT
"Thank you for four amazing days of learning—perhaps for the first time in my life—“the easy way.”...as unfolding awareness, discovery of subtle and meaningful truths that lay waiting to be known and engaged consciously." Christine G. LAc
“Zero Balancing I was enlightening. Having worked with soft tissue for 13 years, ZB offers a new perspective. Bone, which we regard as hard and unable to work with, but it’s so important…and plays such a vital role in the balance of the body. I look forward to many more courses in training.” Jean M., LMT
“I loved the benefit of the pause. Rest and non-action are often not viewed as treatment. This really highlighted the importance of a client’s processing and work that occurs during that time.” Kristin Keenan, PT
“Zero Balancing requires less energy to do. It’s exciting to watch my clients and see what’s unfolding for them.” Sarah-Elizabeth Anderson, LMT, CST
“Amanda was well organized and her presentation was clear and easy. The days flew by with ease! I would take more classes from Amanda in a heartbeat.” Della Ritland, LMT
If this class is canceled due to COVID-19, students will receive a full refund.
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