Why Study Zero Balancing
Engage your clients on a deeper level
Learn how to address deep patterns in the musculoskeletal system by handling energy and structure simultaneously. ZB will add energetic engagement to your structural work or structural engagement to your energy work. Either way, you will find that you achieve powerful and lasting effects.
Work with greater clarity and ease
Learn Interface Touch that brings clear awareness of both your own and your client’s physical and energetic boundaries. Working at Interface protects you and your client, so you can practice any healing art more easily without becoming drained.
Offer an effective session after ZB I, then expand your skills
Learn a treatment protocol that is effective for clients of all ages and that addresses physical, emotional and mental issues simultaneously. ZB offers your clients bone-deep relaxation similar to meditation that allows them to release old patterns, including stress and pain.
Learn touch, techniques and principles that will enhance your healing work
Zero Balancing is taught as a stand-alone system of body mind therapy. However, it is easy to incorporate into other modalities, including massage, acupuncture, chiropractic care, and craniosacral therapy, allowing you to work on multiple levels in one session.
Become a part of the growing Zero Balancing community
The ZB community offers many of us a home base for personal growth and professional support. All students are invited to join the Zero Balancing Health Association (ZBHA) and become active in the community. Learn more about membership.
Depending on the approving organization, earn CEUs or Nurse CNE's.
Click here for the list of national and state organizations that have approved Zero Balancing courses for continuing education.
Nurse CNE's: 1) This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the American Holistic Nurses Association. 2) Approved to award 30.5 CNE contact hours AHNA #1484. 3) Approval for Contact hours through the American Holistic Nursing Association (AHNA) is based on an assessment of the educational merit of this program and does not constitute endorsement of the use of any specific modality in the care of clients.
–Mary Beth Curreri, PT Zero Balancing Faculty
Click here to read what practitioners have to say about how Zero Balancing enhances their work.