COLUMBIA, MD, September 8, 2010 – The Zero Balancing Health Association (ZBHA) launched the all-new www.zerobalancing.com this week. The site, in planning and design for more than two years, offers visitors a wealth of information about this leading-edge body-mind therapy, along with interactive searches for more than 400 Zero Balancing (ZB) practitioners across North America. Health-care professionals can also search for more than 30 introductory and advanced courses in this healing modality offered by Zero Balancing faculty members teaching in the U.S. and Canada. The site offers convenient online course registration and tuition payment through Eventbrite.
The site was created in collaboration with Emma Design Studio. New features include:
• Ability to search for more than 400 certified ZB practitioners by state/province and then sort results by first or last name or by zip code
• Published articles, testimonials and FAQs about Zero Balancing
• An overview of ZB curriculum, CEUs and certification for health-care professionals
• Powerful searches for beginning and advanced ZB courses in North America by course title, by instructor or by state/province
• Detailed profiles and contact information for ZB teaching faculty, including handy links to current course offerings by that instructor
• Ability to become a member or renew ZBHA membership online
• An online store offering ZB related books, tables, clothing and much more
“Zero Balancing answers the need in health care for a preventative, wellness-based hands-on therapy that easily helps people feel better, more connected and relaxed,” noted Mary Murphy, ZB faculty member based in Chicago, Illinois, and chairman of the ZBHA Board of Directors. “Our goal with the new www.zerobalancing.com was to create a beautiful presentation of Zero Balancing benefits, history, practitioners and curriculum in fresh and current terms to the world.”
About Zero Balancing
Developed by Fritz Smith, M.D., in the early 1970s, Zero Balancing® is a powerful body-mind therapy that uses skilled touch to address the relationship between energy and structures of the body. Following a protocol that typically lasts 30 to 45 minutes, the practitioner uses finger pressure and gentle traction on areas of tension in the bones, joints and soft tissue to create fulcrums, or points of balance, around which the body can relax and reorganize. Clients experience deep relaxation, internal organization and improved function.
About the Zero Balancing Health Association (ZBHA)
The Zero Balancing Health Association (ZBHA) is a membership organization based in Columbia, Maryland, that serves the Zero Balancing community of North America. The mission of the Zero Balancing Health Association is to help people experience health, well-being and wholeness by facilitating the study, practice and development of Zero Balancing.