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A hands on body/mind therapy designed to align the bodies energy with its structure.

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Zero Balancing is a bodywork sytem that works to balance bone energy and structure. It is conducted on a massage table with clothes on, with client in seated position and then lying on his/her back. It is gentle and yet deeply powerful and effective as a healing and relaxing modality.

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Zero Balancing is a form of energy and structural bodywork that supports healing and wellness.

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Zero Balancing (ZB) is a hands-on, body-mind system of therapy that balances the relationship of energy and structure within the bones and tissues of the body. Zero Balancing uses energy movement to integrate Western medical science with Eastern energy healing traditions into a relaxing and effective bodywork skill. Zero Balancing promotes internal balance and harmony through the use of skilled touch. A Zero Balancing session consists of gentle acupressure focusing on joints and bones. The c
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Zero Balancing is a hands-on body/mind therapy that combines the Eastern view of energy and healing with the Western view of medicine and science. It is a non-diagnostic system of healing that focuses on the skeletal system, to clarify and coordinate energy fields in the body and balance body energy with body structure.

Zero Balancing was developed by Dr. “Fritz” Frederick Smith in the early 1970s. A Western-trained Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon (1955), and a Medical Doctor (1961),
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Zero Balancing is a hands-on system of touching the body at the interface of energy and structure after which the client feels less stress, less tension, less anxiety, and more "themselves," in addition to feeling more connected to people and the planet. During the balancing which takes from 30-45 minutes usually the client is fully clothed and lying face-up on the table.

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Integrates body’s energy flow with structure organization. Allows body to reestablish optimal energy flow at the skeletal/joint level, which is the deepest and largest energy flow.

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