has practiced Zero Balancing for more than 40 years, and taught for more than 35 years. He was the first teacher of ZB after Fritz Smith. He practices acupuncture and ZB in Cambridge, Mass., and is president of Zero Balancing Touch Foundation.
This will be a special version of Zero Balancing II. Because of the residential nature of the class and the highly charged space at Esalen, students will have the time and resources to delve deeper into the spirit of Zero Balancing.
In all Zero Balancing II classes, students learn the second half of the full Zero Balancing Protocol—amplifying and empowering the work learned in Zero Balancing I. There is also review of the basic ZB protocol with an emphasis on quality of touch, focus, and positioning of the practitioner.