Enhancing the Body with Zero Balancing in Incline Village
Energy is constantly flowing through our bodies. It flows from the tops of our heads down to the soles of our feet through the nerves, the bones and the soft tissue in our bodies. This flow of energy naturally keeps us moving, connected to the world around us through our bodies.
However, sometimes this energy flow is blocked by injuries or blockages in our bodies. When these blockages occur, we move through life less smoothly with pain, physical and emotional body aches and more.
To illustrate more about the power of Zero Balancing and the importance of energy blocks vs. smooth-flowing energy throughout our bodies, Judith Sullivan, one of Zero Balancing’s long time instructors, created a short video. Thanks, Judith, for providing us with such an awesome video. You can learn more about Judith Sullivan on her website.
Zero Balancing in Incline Village
Developed in the early 1970s by Fritz Smith, osteopathic doctor and acupuncturist, Zero Balancing is a powerful body-mind therapy that uses skilled touch to address the relationship between energy and structures of the body.
Sessions, which usually last between 30 and 60 minutes, involve finger pressure and gentle traction applied by the therapist on areas of tension in bones, joints and other areas of the body. By doing so, areas of tension, or the previously described blockages, are released to allow the body to relax and reorganize to its appropriate state.
Zero Balancing works to alleviate aches and pain, release restrictions in movement and provide serious relief from emotional and physical distress, improving the overall quality of life. In addition, Zero Balancing can help relieve chronic pain from illnesses such as scoliosis and more.
Plus, the benefits continue well beyond just pain relief. Along with many other forms of therapeutic massage, Zero Balancing practices have been proven to improve sleep patterns, reduce stress and the hormones that cause it, amplify overall vitality and quality of life and contribute to postural alignment.
Here at San Soma, we are lucky to have a therapist, Denne Babbin-Simon (NVMT#592), who is certified and specializes in Zero Balancing for our Incline Village clients.
For more information on our Zero Balancing services, contact San Soma today.