Start Date: 9/12/2022 9:00 AM EDT
End Date: 9/13/2022 5:00 PM EDT
Venue Name: Eden Studio Space Location:
497 Boyd Hill Rd, Wilmington
Wilmington, VT United States 05363
The coronavirus pandemic has changed all of our lives in so many ways. Zero Balancing classes are no exception. 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.
COURSE TITLE: Form & Fulcrums II
ABBREVIATION: FORM FUL II
EDUCATIONAL CREDIT: 12.5 CEU
COURSE LENGTH: 2 days
PREREQUISITE: Form & Fulcrums I
PRICE: $350, Repeat: $175
If you are repeating this class, please use ZBHAHalf at checkout.
If you are wanting to enroll in F&F I and II, please reach out to the office at email@example.com immediately for the registration fee of $895.00. They will assist you in registering.
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.
Developed and taught by Michael Oruch, Form & Fulcrums II accesses and works with Rhythm in
relationship to Zero Balancing.
|During this class we will learn how to access and work with Rhythm, Movement and Moving Fulcrums in your Zero Balancing sessions.
There are many rhythm’s to be aware of in ZB – the client’s rhythm, our rhythm, the underlying rhythm of the bones and skeleton, and the rhythm of each fulcrum individually as well as now they orchestrate with each other during the entire session
ZB at its best can be very dance-like, fun and exciting, Finding and using rhythm is a key to doing and effective and wonderful Zero Balancing session.
There are many aspects to utilizing movement in ZB. One is of course, using moving fulcrums during your session some of which we know from Core ZB. In this class Michael will teach a number of new moving fulcrums and new applications for the ones we already know.
The other aspect of movement is its use in addressing tenacious held energy and tensions in the body. Many times we need an additional something to address these problematic areas. We will lean how to add the additional factor of movement to our stationary fulcrums and also how to use movement and vectors to help release and mobilize held tension in the skeletal system.
Once we know these principles they open many other avenues of exciting exploration to our Zero Balancing sessions.
In the class we will learn and explore:
- Finding the rhythm of your client
- Recognizing your own rhythm and tendencies
- How to use local and integrating fulcrums together
- How to establish the rhythm of your ZB session
- How to transition from one fulcrum or area to another
- The principles and utilization of moving fulcrums
- How to address tenacious held tensions
- How to improvise and be more creative in your ZB sessions
Below are additional details on accommodations prior to securing your spot:
Off-site Lodging in Wilmington
ZB BNB: ZB practitioners in our area who offer BnB style lodging for ZB classes, usually very inexpensive and friendly: Suzan at firstname.lastname@example.org and Jenny at email@example.com
These are about 25-30 minutes from class venue in the fabulous town of Brattleboro, VT
**Julie’s Studio (one bedroom apt. with full size bed, plus fold down couch in living area, microwave, mini-fridge, nice private bath, sep. entrance, in the home of a friend of mine) $75 per night for one person, $20 extra for each additional person up to four. Contact Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org 802-464-2428 and tell her it’s for a ZB class. See photos on AirBnB here: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/955403?
Gail’s House: Comfortable private room with double bed in shared home with quiet, grounded single woman. Semi-private bath (it’s in the hall, but owner has her own separate bath). One beautiful mile walk (or drive) to Michele's house. $40/night for a single person. Contact Gail, email@example.com.
**VT COOL Riverside Apartment architecturally designed modern 2 bedroom apartment overlooking the Deerfield River in the center of Wilmington village. 1 queen bed, 1 full bed, couch in living area. Large spa shower, heated floors, great cooks kitchen, stainless appliances, cozy down comforters, quality linens. Contact the owner, Todd at 917-693-1425 and tell him Michele sent you! $119/night. Picture here: https://a0.muscache.com/im/pictures/7a971545-21f0-4e55-96ec-9843cc7e1912.jpg?aki_policy=xx_large
Emily’s Place: Emily offers her AirBnB appt to ZB students for $75 per night! Can be shared for even greater savings. The garage apartment is newly remodeled, comfortable and clean. just a stroll away from the lake or the village and adjacent to a woodland bike path. Private entrance. You can see pictures here https://abnb.me/WEwJBQcs1Q. but call Emily directly for this ZB price 802-451-9492.
**Suzanne’s Apartment: Cozy 2 bedroom apartment tucked away on a private road just minutes away from downtown Wilmington. 802-464-0535 firstname.lastname@example.org $120 for ZB students.
****(Note: starred listings above are also on AirBnB so you can view them there. My friends offer a direct booking discount for ZB classes, so if interested in those options, use direct contact numbers above to ensure the discount.)*
Meredith’s Vermont Farmhouse: 6 bedrooms, 3 baths, rooms for sharing or private. Beautiful rural location. Contact Meredith for rates: email@example.com 239-269-8846 Pictured below:
Hilltop Cabin/Apartment: I have not stayed here, but some ZB students have and really like it. Nice views, well appointed. 2 bedrooms, one with queen, one with 4 singles. Great for a few people to share…which makes it very affordable at $130. Take a look or Book through AirBnb: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/16703404?eal_exp=1528246392&eal_sig=c327fa892cdfb6ff94235fd2a10ec2909f58a918a2b47872eb90962f38a4cbea&eal_uid=66505777&eluid=0&euid=02ccf8ed-c1e9-4bd0-9cd7-666d150e26e8
Check Airbnb.com for some other great Wilmington lodging: click or copy and paste this web address into your browser www.airbnb.com/s/wilmington-vermont?source=bb everything from full homes to private studios in quaint barns, cottages, and single rooms. I know most of the people who rent. Safe and friendly.
Crafts Inn Historic building in the heart of Wilmington Village. Walk to all shops and restaurants. Suites with kitchens, living area. Indoor pool, racquetball, spa. $140/night. Can sleep 2-4. www.craftsinn.com 802-464-2344
The Wilmington Inn at the edge of the village, quaint, clean, nicely appointed B&B. 10 rooms, ranging from about $150-$260/night. Home cooked breakfast included. Sorry, no pets. Make your reservations online at
www.thewilmingtoninn.com and use the ZB class-only discount code: EDEN for a 10% discount
The Nutmeg Inn, ½ mile west of the village, tapas restaurant onsite www.thenutmegvermont.com
802-464-3907 Small single rooms to larger suites.
The Vintage Motel (west of the village, standard, small ,older motel 802-464-8824)
On-site camping suitable for tents, pop-up trailers, RVs….donations for property maintenance accepted.
Molly Stark State Park Campground, Wilmington, VT
From West (Albany Airport: Take Interstate 87 North just a few miles to the exit for Route 7 East, Troy NY. Follow Rt. 7 East through Troy and Brunswick. You will pass through several small towns and the surroundings are quite rural. When you reach the Vermont border, continue on this road (you are not given a choice) which is now called VT. Route 9 East. In several more miles stay straight onto the new bypass VT 279 which will bypass downtown Bennington and put you back onto Rt 9 East. Turn RT onto 9 East and up the mountain 20 miles to Wilmington. In the center of Wilmington there is one traffic light where Route 100 joins Route 9. Proceed straight through the intersection following 9 East and 100 South. About 1 mile past the light take a right onto RT 100 South (here it splits from 9 again) and travel one more mile. Turn right onto Boyd Hill Rd. The class is a 497 Boyd Hill, 0.8 miles down Boyd Hill on the left. There is a sign at the driveway entrance.
From South (NYC, Bradley Airport in Hartford, CT): Take Interstate 91 North to Brattleboro Vermont. Once in Vermont take exit 2, Route 9 West toward Wilmington. Travel approximately 20 miles. Just before the Village of Wilmington, turn left onto Route 100 South. Landmarks at this junction are a small coffee shack and Tallulah’s Antiques building on the left and the Averill Stand guest house on the right. Continue straight on Rout 100 South for one more mile. Turn right onto Boyd Hill Rd. The class is a 497 Boyd Hill, 0.8 miles down Boyd Hill on the left. There is a sign at the driveway entrance.
From Boston, Providence: take I90 (Mass Turnpike) west to I91 North and follow directions above.