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Zero Balancing 410-381-8956 zerobalancing.com zbha@zerobalancing.com WORK DEEPLY WITH EASE. Zero Balancing (ZB) is a revolutionary touch therapy approach that balances and aligns the entire musculoskeletal system. Learn deep touch and gentle joint manipulations derived from ZB founder Fritz Smith, MD's practice of osteopathy, Rolfi ng, and acupuncture. NCBTMB approved. Visit zerobalancing.com for courses and certifi cation. Innersource 541-482-1800 learnenergymedicine.com energy@innersource.net Eden Energy Medicine Can Boost Your Effectiveness with Your Clients. Learn ways to incorporate effective EEM techniques into your practice to promote health and resilience, reduce pain and strengthen the immune system by balancing the energies in your clients. From short Basic Training courses to 2-Year Certifi cation, NCBTMB and FL CE Broker Approved. Mind & Body Inc Synergetic™ Myofascial Therapy 601-500-0337 mindandbodyinc.com MagnusE@aol.com SMT - Synergetic™ Myofascial Therapy - Live and home-study CE courses New Orleans, Memphis, Atlanta, Savannah, Orlando, Tampa, Nashville, Birmingham & more. Learn easy to use, deep & superfi cial myofascial techniques that are gentler on your body. SMT is based on Magnus's advanced training in Structural Integration - KMI/Guild.Approved CE Provider for NCBTMB, GA & FL CE Broker, MS, LA and AL. 2017 CE schedule is at www.mindandbodyinc.com. Magnus Eklund is not a Rolfer™ nor does he teach Rolfi ng™. His CE workshops are not affi liated with KMI nor the Guild. Society of Ortho- Bionomy International 317-536-0064 ortho-bionomy.org/ABMP offi ce@ortho-bionomy.org Ortho-Bionomy ® : Do more with less effort and less strain on your body. Pain and tension relief through gentle, deeply effective bodywork therapy; direct, indirect & energetic techniques stimulate the body's refl exes and self-healing mechanisms. The Society of Ortho-Bionomy International ® provides workshops & training programs, including NCBTMB- approved continuing education, including Ethics. XPECORE Bodywork 850-222-8673 www.xpecorebodywork.com 2017 XPECORE Sports Bodywork Certifi cation & Clinical Mentorship Program Training takes place July 10–15 and July 16–21 in Boca Raton, providing manual therapy for NFL off-season prep athletes. We are developing a national team to work with professional, Olympic and elite collegiate athletes in every major sport. Classes were approved by NCBTMB and the Florida CE Broker for 48 CEs. CORE Institute 850-222-8673 www.coreinstitute.com The CORE Institute is offering an advanced CE program in CORE Myofascial Therapy certifi cation in Maine's Downeast School of Massage in July and August, and at the Benny Vaughn Athletic Therapy Center in Ft. Worth, Texas, in September and November. All courses approved by NCBTMB and the Florida Board of Massage Therapy (CE Broker). Stillpoint, LLC Craniosacral Therapy 212-532-8539 www.stillpointcst.com cfavale@stillpointcst.com Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Two Year Certifi cation Training Based on the teachings of Franklyn Sills. Two year training in NYC provides an integrated approach where practitioner orients to forces that acknowledge deepest levels of healing intentions from conception onward in the human system. Completion leads to Certifi cation as BCST recognized by BCTA/NA. Approved CE Provider for NCBTMB pending. Check out more ways to advance your practice at www.massagetherapyfoundation.org School for Self Healing 415-665-9574 www.self-healing.org offi cemanager@self-healing.org Intensive Training in Meir Schneider's Self-Healing Method August 2017 In this unique course, you will learn natural vision improvement, kinesthetic awareness through breathing and movement, and sophisticated bodywork techniques. Break ingrained habits and old patterns of movement to revolutionize your own health and learn to help others to heal themselves! self-healing.org

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