Mentoring Services for Zero Balancing Students

Enhance your ZB skills by working with a trained Mentor


As a ZB student, you can request one-to-one mentoring and touch feedback from any ZB teacher or Certified Mentor. Mentoring has always been a cornerstone of ZB training.
Partnering with a teacher or mentor can accelerate your Zero Balancing skills and bring you new levels of confidence. A supportive mentor can also help you with personal and professional development, encourage you towards your goals, and spark creativity as you build a thriving practice. Choose to work with a Faculty or Certified Mentor in person, by phone, online via video chat or other ways. Fees are affordable and set by individual teachers and mentors.


I appreciated that my mentor listened to me without advice,
which supported me to move to my own solutions.


How to find a mentor:

Search for Faculty or Certified Mentors in the Practitioner Search.

Or reach out to the Mentor Committee.


Helpful information:
Partner with a Certified ZB Mentor

Guide to Choosing a ZB Mentor


“I might not have had the courage to step out of my comfort zone
without my mentor’s perspective and encouragement.”


Join the Mentor Advancement Program (MAP)


Are you a Certified ZBer? Would you like to become a trained ZB mentor?


The Mentor Advancement Program (MAP) was conceived and launched in 2020 by a passionate group of Faculty and Certified Zero Balancers. They co-created a curriculum that trains Certified practitioners to become excellent Zero Balancers and mentors for people on any stage of their ZB journey, leaders in the ZBHA community, and ambassadors for ZB in the world. 


How are Certified Mentors trained?


Certified ZB Mentors are graduates of the ZB Mentor Advancement Program (MAP) with intensive training and practice in:

  • embodiment of ZB touch, protocol and principles,
  • deep listening skills,
  • touch feedback,
  • supporting candidates through certification,
  • public speaking about Zero Balancing in various settings,
  • assisting teachers and students in Core ZB classes,
  • practice building,
  • navigating the ZB curriculum and organizations, and
  • leading study groups.

For more information, please email the MAP faculty: Lisa Berger, Michele Doucette and Amanda King.


I loved the opportunity to tune up touch skills and explore the subtleties.”