Freely Moveable Joints
Oct 10-13th, Waikato NZ 2019
About Freely Moveable Joints - Beyond the Protocol!
Freely Moveable Joints is an advanced level Zero Balancing course that expands the focus of Zero Balancing from the foundation and semi-foundation joints of the body to include the “freely moveable joints” of the body. ZB principles and techniques are taken beyond the Core ZB protocol into other arenas. The freely moveable joints present unique therapeutic challenges because of the variety of their anatomy and their great ranges of motion. By the end of the program you will have the skills to evaluate and balance freely moveable joints and the knowledge to devise your own fulcrums to meet the specific needs of a given situation. In Freely Moveable Joints we will review basic ZB principles and highlight their application to a number of joints in light of their specific anatomy. The skills and education inherent in this course will broaden your ZB abilities and will improve your sessions.
Performing the Knee fulcrum
"Expanding the Universe"
In this 4-day workshop, you will learn:
Highlights of Zero Balancing principles as they apply to FMJs
Upper extremity: shoulder girdle, shoulder, elbow, wrist, fingers
Lower extremity: knee, ankle, metatarsals, toes
Accessing the sacro-iliac joint via the hip
Acetabular hip fulcrum
Temporomandibular joint fulcrum
Direct bone fulcrums and ‘bone bending’
Teachings designed to deepen your basic ZB skills and protocol use
By exchanging Zero Balancing sessions and seeing ZB demonstrations
Rebekah Harbour, CZBT, CMT, CYT, BSc (Psychology)
is an internationally recognised Certified Teacher of Zero Balancing (ZB) who has been studying and practicing ZB for over 13 years. She studied to become a teacher under ZB founder, Dr. Fritz Smith, earning her teaching credential in 2012. She is one of a select group of internationally recognised certified instructors as a faculty member of the U.S. & Vice President of the New Zealand’s Zero Balancing Association. She particularly enjoys teaching on the West Coast of the U.S., Maui, Hawaii and her hometown in the Manawatu, New Zealand.
Rebekah’s students consistently say that her workshops are a fun and transformative experience where they feel safe and free to explore the balance between the skeletal and energy bodies.
Our workshop venue is at Takapoto Estate (between Cambridge and Tirau, closest airport is Hamilton).
There is onsite accomodation for 9 people, at $10 per person per night).
90 Finlay Rd
We will be coordinating shared meals between us close to the start dates when we know who will be attending!
Class will run from 9am - 5pm Thurs-Sat, and finish by 4 on Sunday for those with a ways to travel home.