• One Day Introduction to Zero Balancing

  • Class Open To:

    Licensed massage therapists and certain other licensed healthcare professionals.

  • Details:

    This class introduces many of the foundational principles of Zero Balancing, as well as its origins. Through lecture and hands-on experience, you will learn to define and feel structure, energy, and the potency of contacting energy and structure simultaneously. You will learn and practice interface, the hallmark touch of Zero Balancing, which teaches clear boundaries, as you differentiate it from other types of touch. Also explore depths of engagement which is pertinent to the format of evaluation, balancing and re-evaluation which contributes to the efficacy of Zero Balancing. The working tool, the fulcrum, will be defined. You will learn and practice one type of fulcrum, called a half-moon vector. All of these skills are applicable to other types of bodywork. We will also spend a short time reflecting on how the above skills are applicable to healthy daily life. The class concludes with a demonstration of a Zero Balancing session.

  • Contact Hours:

    7 NY State, 7 NCBTMB, 7 FL State contact hours

  • Required Materials:

    Pen and paper.

  • $125.00
  • Textbooks:

    Suggested Reading: Inner Bridges and The Alchemy of Touch by Dr. Frederick Smith, available on www.zerobalancing.com

  • Dates:

    This class is offered at various dates and times, see class details to make your selection.

  • Instructor Profile:

  • Athena Malloy, LMT
  • Athena Malloy, LMT, enjoys teaching Zero Balancing, movement and self hypnosis.

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  • Alternative Registration Options:

    Via phone: Call the Continuing Education Office (212) 924-5900 x146.

    Via mail: Download and send a completed registration form and payment to:

    • Swedish Institute
    • Department of Continuing Education
    • 226 West 26th Street
    • Floor 5
    • New York, NY 10001
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