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Zero Balancing II / Swampscott, MA / October 2018 / King
ZERO BALANCING II SWAMPSCOTT, MA (NORTH SHORE OF BOSTON NEAR LYNN) Dates: October 18-21, 2018   Zero Balancing II is the second half of the 50-hour Core Zero Balancing Program and required for any advanced Zero Balancing programs   In ZB II you will review and deepen your exploration and skills of ZB principles, touch and protocol, plus you will learn:   New places on the skeleton to evaluate and treat for bone gold New fulcrums for the pelvis, ribs, hips, feet, neck and head The full Core ZB protocol to address the body in 45 minutes or less The principles and methods behind moving fulcrums How to amp up your sessions and deepen client connections, starting with intake and framing How to recognize and cultivate expanded consciousness in your client – where more change can happen   Class location: Private residence, Swampscott, MA , North Shore of Boston Address provided with registration Convenient to MBTA commuter rail   Teachers: Amanda King  LMT, CZB 617-461-7516 About Amanda King, LMT, CZB Amanda discovered ZB in 2002 and credits this work with leaps forward in personal happiness and growth. She also loves how ZB feels to practice and receive. Amanda was certified in ZB in 2006 and joined the ZBHA faculty in 2012. She has a private practice in Salem, MA where she specializes in massage therapy and Zero Balancing treatments to help people find relief from chronic pain, injury, and trauma. Amanda’s website is www.clearbodymind.massagetherapy.com   Class length: four days; 25 CE hours Prerequisite: Zero Balancing II   Sponsored by Zero Balancing Health Association • 8640 Guilford Rd., Ste. 224, Columbia, MD 21046 410-381-8956 • fax: 410-381-9634 • zbha@zerobalancing.com  • www.zerobalancing.com     FAQs   What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? If you are driving, there is street parking. If you prefer to take public transportation, take the MBTA commuter rail to Swampscott on the Newburyport/Rockport line. The class is a 15 minute walk from the station (or call and someone can pick you up).   What can I bring into the event? Please bring your Core ZB Study Guide (Third Edition). If you do not have one, you can purchase one at the class.   How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Contact Amanda King at amandamtzb@gmail.com or 617-461-7516.   What's the refund policy? See the refund policies of the ZBHA here: https://www.zerobalancing.com/policies    

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About Swampscott, MA
Swampscott Massachusetts is a small scenic seaside community located north of Boston and is home to a large number of commuters who board the train each morning from one of the last remaining Victorian style depots in the country.

There are actually many other interesting and historic buildings situated in Swampscott. They include Marian Court once known as White court which was the summer residence of Calvin A. Coolidge and a Georgian style town hall which was the former home of Elihu Thompson who was the founder of the General Electric Company.

Swampscott beaches attract visitors of all ages who enjoy their refreshing ocean breezes. Fisherman's Beach provides a picturesque view of Swampscott Harbor with its many brightly colored fishing vessels and pleasure boats. Swampscott is responsible for two major contributions to the fishing industry-the Swampscott dory and the lobster pot. These are both still used by fishermen world wide.