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Linda Wobeskya: The Zero Balancing body/mind therapy technique From Doctor To Patient

    • Spirituality

Linda Wobeskya was pursuing a career as a professional contemporary dancer when she broke her foot during a dance class. Although she didn’t realize it at the time, the fracture in her foot would break open her life and lead her to her true calling. The course of her healing exposed her to both Physical Therapy and acupuncture. The Physical Therapy she received led to her achievement of a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 1986. Although her Physical Therapy training focused solely on the physical body, she knew intuitively that injury or illness can affect every level of a person. The acupuncture she had received led to her study of Zero Balancing, a therapeutic modality that would allow her to express this holistic awareness with direct hands-on treatment. She began using Zero Balancing with her patients immediately following her first class in 1992. Linda is also a dedicated teacher and has been drawn to teach whatever she is passionate about. After years of experience teaching dance and Physical Therapy, she certified to teach Zero Balancing in 2004 and has taught Zero Balancing all over the United States. She became the director of the Zero Balancing Certification Program in 2007 and joined the Board of Directors of the Zero Balancing Health Association in 2014. She has developed classes in the Zero Balancing curriculum that focus specifically on Zero Balancing touch. The clients in her private practice benefit from an integrative approach that combines Zero Balancing with the Zero Balancing forms of craniosacral therapy and visceral manipulation.
Tools mentioned by Linda:
Zero Balance Training (https://www.zerobalancing.com/professional_training) - Learn how to address deep patterns in the musculoskeletal system by handling energy and structure simultaneously. ZB will add energetic engagement to your structural work or structural engagement to your energy work.
Zero Balance Health Association (https://www.zerobalancing.com/our_association) - The Zero Balancing Health Association (ZBHA) is a membership organization that serves the Zero Balancing community of North America. The ZBHA is comprised of our dedicated office staff, talented faculty, and growing community of practitioners.

Linda Wobeskya was pursuing a career as a professional contemporary dancer when she broke her foot during a dance class. Although she didn’t realize it at the time, the fracture in her foot would break open her life and lead her to her true calling. The course of her healing exposed her to both Physical Therapy and acupuncture. The Physical Therapy she received led to her achievement of a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 1986. Although her Physical Therapy training focused solely on the physical body, she knew intuitively that injury or illness can affect every level of a person. The acupuncture she had received led to her study of Zero Balancing, a therapeutic modality that would allow her to express this holistic awareness with direct hands-on treatment. She began using Zero Balancing with her patients immediately following her first class in 1992. Linda is also a dedicated teacher and has been drawn to teach whatever she is passionate about. After years of experience teaching dance and Physical Therapy, she certified to teach Zero Balancing in 2004 and has taught Zero Balancing all over the United States. She became the director of the Zero Balancing Certification Program in 2007 and joined the Board of Directors of the Zero Balancing Health Association in 2014. She has developed classes in the Zero Balancing curriculum that focus specifically on Zero Balancing touch. The clients in her private practice benefit from an integrative approach that combines Zero Balancing with the Zero Balancing forms of craniosacral therapy and visceral manipulation.
Tools mentioned by Linda:
Zero Balance Training (https://www.zerobalancing.com/professional_training) - Learn how to address deep patterns in the musculoskeletal system by handling energy and structure simultaneously. ZB will add energetic engagement to your structural work or structural engagement to your energy work.
Zero Balance Health Association (https://www.zerobalancing.com/our_association) - The Zero Balancing Health Association (ZBHA) is a membership organization that serves the Zero Balancing community of North America. The ZBHA is comprised of our dedicated office staff, talented faculty, and growing community of practitioners.

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