ZERO BALANCING HEALTH ASSOCIATION

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Sunday, April 28, 2024

Zero Balancing II, with D. Waggy & T. Burcher, WI

Start Date: 4/25/2024 9:00 AM CDT
End Date: 4/28/2024 3:00 PM CDT

Location:
Madison, WI  United States  53716

Organization Name: Zero Balancing

Contact:
Deanna Waggy
Email: ot4peace@gmail.com
Phone: (574) 276-1068

Sponsor: Lisa Tennent

Start Date: 4/25/2024 8:30 AM CDT
End Date: 4/28/2024  3:00 PM CDT
Venue Name: TBD
Location: Madison, WI 53716
Instructor Name: Deanna Waggy & Tara Burcher
Email:  ot4peace@gmail.com
Phone: (574) 276-1068
 
Local Sponsor: Lisa Tennant
Email: Lisa@Releafbodywork.com
 
Zero Balancing II
25 CEUs (NCBTMB, NCCAOM)
April 25 - 28 (Thursday - Sunday)
 
Prerequisite: ZB I
 
Tuition: $795
DISCOUNTS: 
Super Saver:  $595 (save $200) until March 31 use code ZBHA200 at checkout 
Repeating ZB I $350, please use promo code ZBHARepeat, and please register by April 15.

 
Contact Deanna Waggy if you would prefer to pay her by check, Venmo, etc. You will then complete your registration using a special code.
   
In order to register for this class, you will need to acknowledge that you have read and agree to the
ZBHA Health and Participation Policy and the
ZBHA Tuition & Refund Policies.
 
Welcome from Deanna & Tara:
We are excited to bring Zero Balancing classes back to the Madison, WI area. ZB II is a great continuation of ZB I, with new fulcrums and a refinement of the basic protocol. If it's been awhile since you took a ZB class, consider taking ZB II as a refresher. Every time we retake a class with beginners mind, we deepen our embodiment of the ZB principles in our lives. We will be using the recently updated ZB manual and re-learning the basic ZB protocol at the “Middle C” standard of Zero Balancing.
 
One of the best ways to learn ZB is to encourage a friend to take the class with you, so you have the ability to swap regularly for skills progression and regular self-care. Reach out to a ZB friend and make plans to take the class together. Consider this class a retreat, where you learn by receiving hands-on bodywork that is relaxing and feels good to your body and mind. Whether you are farily new to ZB or refining your skills in your clinical toolbox, the guiding principles of ZB can be transformative for yourself and your clients. Please contact Deanna at ot4peace@gmail.com if you have any questions.  

Please contact Lisa Tennant for local information, including lodging near the class.
 
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Zero Balancing II is the second half of the Core Zero Balancing program. In ZB II, you will refine your skills performing the fulcrums from ZB I while learning new fulcrums that will complete the Zero Balancing Core Protocol. You will expand your understanding of how and why Zero Balancing is so effective. Note: ZB II is highly recommended for all ZB practitioners who have not taken a ZB course in a while as it includes the most up-to-date methods for performing Zero Balancing.

You will learn:

  • A review of the basic ZB protocol with an emphasis on quality of touch, focus and positioning of the practitioner
  • To deepen your understanding of ZB theory, principles and techniques
  • Additional techniques and an expanded protocol to address more of the body
  • New skills and coordination in handling energy and structure
  • How to frame or set goals for a ZB session
  • To advance your ability to work with expanded states of consciousness
  • To give and receive constructive peer feedback
  • To acquire experience in preparation for advanced study
What Participants say about ZB II:

“New fulcrums = more possibilities for treatment.” -Alan Willoughby

“I feel that ZB will benefit most people physically and emotionally and I will be
incorporating ZB in my practice.” -Ted Suga

“Wonderful review, great insights into ZB and clarification of principles.” Marcia Ferry

“The fuller attention to theory, the honor of the work, the clean, clear intentions – not
only apply in my practice but my life.” -Katie Clark

“This course expands my ‘toolbox’. It gives me more confidence in my bodywork.” -Ann
Alesio, LMT

“Whether I’m doing ZB or CST or VM or a mix it has given me a framework with which
to work and improved my palpation skills. So many of the ZB techniques (all!) are
applicable to the pain patients I treat.” -Martha Plescia

Hours:
Thursday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Please arrive between 8:30 and 8:45 am CDT.
Friday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Please note, we will have a 90 minute lunch break.


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