Zero Balancing - Advancing Skills Day
Friday, Aug 11
7 CEs - $150
*TLC Students, Alumni, and Faculty get $50 discount.
About the Workshop
Core Zero Balancing: Advancing Skills Day classes (formerly called "review days") enhance the process of learning Zero Balancing, sharpen the skills of those who have not taken courses recently, and develop relationships among ZB practitioners. Student questions shape the lessons, and the format may include presentations, demonstrations, touch feedback and session swaps. All of the students must have taken at least ZB1.
- Revisiting and deepening of Zero Balancing Principles and theory
- Review of the Zero Balancing session
- Revisiting and deepening all basic ZB fulcrums and an introduction (if you've not yet learned them) to the ZB II fulcrums
- Revisiting and deepening hip, foot, ribs, trapezius, scapulae, shoulder, neck, SI fulcrums
- Revisiting and deepening the Half Moon Vectors
“I’ve found that review days are an essential (though often overlooked) way to deepen our understanding of the ZB principles in a very personal way. I’ve found that in working on my own for too long, it’s so easy to lose my way a bit, and Review Days help me clear the fog and get back on track. They’re also great for developing relationships with other ZBers, and building more community.” Tom Coen, CMT
“Review days are extremely helpful when I have time and money to participate, because I receive a lot of one-on-one tender loving care. The techniques become more mine and more usable for me and my clients.” Susy Boge, OTR
“I have greatly benefited from the review days. the teachers do a wonderful job reviewing the basic protocol and adds in new techniques or different ways of using techniques already learned. The review days are also a good way to connect with and learn from other Zero Balancers.” Julia K. Wilkinson, PT
“Working with others who practice ZB offers a practitioner the chance to get feedback and support from those who truly understand the work. I have found Review Days to be a vibrant part of the “circulatory system” of the ZB community, which supports practitioners on their evolving journey with Zero Balancing." Beth Terrence, LMT
David Lauterstein, LMT, MTI, Cert. ZB, TLC School Co-Director, has been in massage and bodywork practice since 1977 and has become one of the most highly respected international educators in the massage therapy realm – inducted in 2011 into the Massage Therapy Hall of Fame, honored as the 2012 recipient of AMTA’s Jerome Perlinski Teacher of the Year Award, and in 2013 by the Alliance for Massage Therapy Education as “Educator of the Year.” David regularly teaches in England and throughout the U.S since 1982. He is the author of the books, Putting the Soul Back in the Body: A Manual of Imaginative Anatomy for Massage Therapists and The Deep Massage Book: How to Combine Structure and Energy in Bodywork. He is certified in Structural Bodywork and Zero Balancing and is a faculty member of the Zero Balancing Health Association. His background prior to massage therapy was in philosophy and music composition (BA, U of Illinois, 1972). Click hereto learn more about David, his books, and classes.