Beyond the Protocol (Freely Moveable Joints) is an Advanced Zero Balancing Course that expands on the fundamental principles of Zero Balancing covered in Core ZB I and Core
Beyond the Protocol (Freely Moveable Joints) is an Advanced Zero Balancing Course that expands on the fundamental principles of Zero Balancing covered in Core ZB I and Core ZB II by teaching you how to work with the ‘freely moveable joints’ of the body. Working with this joint family presents a unique therapeutic challenge because of their anatomical variety and their great ranges of motion.
This course is part of the ZB Certification Programme.
YOU WILL LEARN:
How key Zero Balancing principles apply to working with FMJs in your client’s body
The basic anatomy of these joints
How to work with the shoulder girdle, shoulder joint, elbow, wrist and fingers
How to work with the knee, ankle, metatarsals and toes
How to asses the sacro-iliac joint via the hip
The acetabular hip fulcrum
Temporomandibular joint fulcrum
Direct bone fulcrums and ‘bone bending’
This workshop takes place over four days, Thursday 14th - Sunday 17th May 2020.
Richard Walters gained a degree in Zoology in 1981 and went on to teach English as a foreign language in Istanbul, Portugal and Oxford. He qualified in Five Element Acupuncture in 1990. He has studied Zero Balancing with Fritz Smith since 1987, Certifying in 1992, and qualified as a Zero Balancing Teacher in 1996. Since then he has taught over 40 Core workshops, and has written and taught a number of Skills workshops, including ZB in Pregnancy, The Field, Physical Trauma Fields, and Inside the Fulcrum. Richard assisted Dr Fritz Smith on advanced trainings for 20 years before going on to teach at the Annual Gaunts House Masterclass. Richard has spent the last 4 years studying Identity Orientated Psychotrauma Therapy. In his spare time Richard is a Certified Advanced Motorcycle teacher and a qualified Hill and Moorland Leader, teaching moorland skills to Explorer Scouts.