Zero Balancing students are drawn from a broad range of health care disciplines. They find that learning Zero Balancing significantly enhances their skill and effectiveness in their main
Zero Balancing students are drawn from a broad range of health care disciplines. They find that learning Zero Balancing significantly enhances their skill and effectiveness in their main modality, as well as being a valuable bodywork in its own right.
Non-healthcare practitioners studying Zero Balancing find that as well as learning a hands-on skill to practice with family and friends, their lives are enhanced in applying the principles that are taught during the course.
Certified Zero Balancing Teachers have been trained by the founder of Zero Balancing, Dr Fritz Smith. The number of participants in each workshop is limited to ensure high levels of touch feedback.
This workshop counts as one of the four workshops required as part of the Certification Programme in Zero Balancing.
Core ZB II is second in the pair of Core Zero Balancing courses, following up from Core ZB I. Students have the opportunity to review material taught in Core ZB I and deepen their understanding of the theory and principles that underpin Zero Balancing. In addition, participants will learn new fulcrums and how to integrate these into an expanded protocol.
This course is also highly recommended to those Certified Zero Balancing Practitioners who have not taken a Zero Balancing course in a while as it is an ideal opportunity to refresh their skills and keep current with developments in Zero Balancing.
YOU WILL LEARN:
How to integrate new fulcrums when reviewing the basic protocol
How to emphasize your quality of touch and attention
Work at a deeper level during sessions
To work more effectively with less physical effort
How to frame your Zero Balancing sessions
To work with expanded states of consciousness during sessions
To acquire experience in preparation for advanced study
How Zero Balancing can support and enliven your existing skillset
This course takes place over four days, from Wednesday 2nd - Saturday 5th November 2018. There is Bed and Breakfast accommodation available locally.