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Paperback, eBook
978-1-913426-15-6
1
200
100 black and white drawings and photographs
246 x 189
Not yet published
25 May 2021
Handspring Publishing

£35.00 GBP / $45.00 USD

Mind-body Therapies, Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Massage Therapy, Physical Therapy

Zero Balancing

Conscious touch and transformation

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Zero Balancing – conscious touch and transformation offers a practical and multi-layered approach to personal transformation for practitioners of Zero Balancing. The author explains the basic principles of Zero Balancing and then gives examples of how to use those principles in bodywork through the use of fascinating case histories and detailed stories of individual sessions with clients. Overall the book provides a step-by-step guide for clinicians. Each chapter stands on its own but together they build up to give the whole story of Zero Balancing’s unique ability to assist in personal transformation for ZB clients. The book illustrates how working with the body and mind through touch can lead to a richer sense of self and a more satisfying life as well as assisting with numerous health issues.

Jim McCormick is known for creating a caring and creative environment, where participants feel safe to be their full selves, while exploring new ideas and skills. Into the pages of this book he has woven his 50 years of experience in alternative medicine. His explanation of the unique principles behind Zero Balancing and how to apply them is presented clearly, warmly and with good humor and joy.

Preface

Glossary

Introduction

PART  ONE

Chapter 1:  A skittish donkey

Chapter 2:  Structure and energy: Listening for the donkey

Chapter 3:  Foundation Joints

Chapter 4:  The bones store our essence

Chapter 5:  Living in the moment

Chapter 6:  Working signs

Chapter 7:  Creating a frame

Chapter 8:  Living from your core self

Chapter 9:  Body felt sense

Chapter 10: Altered states of consciousness

Chapter 11: Verbal fulcrums

PART  TWO

Chapter 12: Amplify the wellness

Chapter 13: Tolerating a large charge

Chapter 14: Being taken care of

Chapter 15: Compassion and containment

Chapter 16: Boundaries

Chapter 17: Feeling stuck

Chapter 18: Overcoming abandonment

Chapter 19: Dealing with anger

Chapter 20: Resistance

Chapter 21: Anxiety and depression

Chapter 22: Trauma and Zero Balancing

PART  THREE

Chapter 23: Unifying body, mind, and spirit

PART  FOUR

Chapter 24: Zero Balancing and the power of transformation

Chapter 25: Zero Balancing and related research

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James MCCORMICK

Jim McCormick LAC met Zero Balancing’s founder, Dr Fritz Smith, while studying Traditional Chinese Acupuncture with Dr J. R. Worsley at Kenilworth, UK, in the fall of 1972. He began his Zero Balancing training in 1974 and in 1979 became the first teacher of ZB after Dr Smith.

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Zero Balancing

Conscious touch and transformation

£35.00 GBP / $45.00 USD Free delivery in the UK and USA

Zero Balancing – conscious touch and transformation offers a practical and multi-layered approach to personal transformation for practitioners of Zero Balancing. The author explains the basic principles of Zero Balancing and then gives examples of how to use those principles in bodywork through the use of fascinating case histories and detailed stories of individual sessions with clients. Overall the book provides a step-by-step guide for clinicians. Each chapter stands on its own but together they build up to give the whole story of Zero Balancing’s unique ability to assist in personal transformation for ZB clients. The book illustrates how working with the body and mind through touch can lead to a richer sense of self and a more satisfying life as well as assisting with numerous health issues.

Jim McCormick is known for creating a caring and creative environment, where participants feel safe to be their full selves, while exploring new ideas and skills. Into the pages of this book he has woven his 50 years of experience in alternative medicine. His explanation of the unique principles behind Zero Balancing and how to apply them is presented clearly, warmly and with good humor and joy.

Preface

Glossary

Introduction

PART  ONE

Chapter 1:  A skittish donkey

Chapter 2:  Structure and energy: Listening for the donkey

Chapter 3:  Foundation Joints

Chapter 4:  The bones store our essence

Chapter 5:  Living in the moment

Chapter 6:  Working signs

Chapter 7:  Creating a frame

Chapter 8:  Living from your core self

Chapter 9:  Body felt sense

Chapter 10: Altered states of consciousness

Chapter 11: Verbal fulcrums

PART  TWO

Chapter 12: Amplify the wellness

Chapter 13: Tolerating a large charge

Chapter 14: Being taken care of

Chapter 15: Compassion and containment

Chapter 16: Boundaries

Chapter 17: Feeling stuck

Chapter 18: Overcoming abandonment

Chapter 19: Dealing with anger

Chapter 20: Resistance

Chapter 21: Anxiety and depression

Chapter 22: Trauma and Zero Balancing

PART  THREE

Chapter 23: Unifying body, mind, and spirit

PART  FOUR

Chapter 24: Zero Balancing and the power of transformation

Chapter 25: Zero Balancing and related research

Paperback, eBook
978-1-913426-15-6
1
200
100 black and white drawings and photographs
246 x 189
Not yet published
25 May 2021
Handspring Publishing

£35.00 GBP / $45.00 USD

Mind-body Therapies, Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Massage Therapy, Physical Therapy

Find out when this publication becomes available to order

We will use this data to notify you when this publication is available, and for no other purpose.
James MCCORMICK

Jim McCormick LAC met Zero Balancing’s founder, Dr Fritz Smith, while studying Traditional Chinese Acupuncture with Dr J. R. Worsley at Kenilworth, UK, in the fall of 1972. He began his Zero Balancing training in 1974 and in 1979 became the first teacher of ZB after Dr Smith.

Read More ›

You may also be interested in:

Bulk discounts
for course
instructors
Ordering for
your class?
Get in touch >