Zero Balance FAQ
How is ZB performed?
The ZB session usually takes 30 to 40 minutes and is performed with
you fully clothed. Sessions begin with you in a seated position,
moving from there to a comfortable reclining position on your back.
Using touch, the practitioner evaluates your energy fields and energy
flow in these two positions and balances the structures as needed. He
or she may focus on body, mind, or spirit, or all three, depending in
where the fields are disturbed or energy is blocked. Throughout the
session, attention is given to the skeleton in particular because if
contains the deepest and strongest currents.
Everything in a ZB session is designed to promote maximal relaxation
and a sense of well being. The process is distinguished by a form of
touch known as interface. Gentle and non-invasive, it is pleasant for
both the practitioner to give as well as the client to receive. Some
people describe the experience as "Expanded awareness", others
"Pension melting away" and still others say its like "Feeling balanced
In sum, a ZB session is ideal for helping to prevent and relieve the
problems encountered in this harried world we live in. ZB creates a
point of stillness where the mind quiets, the energy fields organize
and internal reorientation occurs. The process is designed to work in
tandem with primary healthcare, focusing on deep quieting and
integration of the body/mind/spirit to promote optimal healing and
functioning. ZB is a major adjunct to staying well as you navigate
throughout the difficult periods of life.
How Often Should One Have ZB?
The number and frequency of sessions you receive depends on the reason
why you are seeking ZB. A minimum of three sessions is usually
recommended. Maintenance sessions, if needed, should be at intervals
of every two to four weeks.