Sunday, February 1, 2009

Zero Balance

My first out-of-town adventure of 2009 takes me to Charlottesville, Virginia. Charlottesville, home to the University of Virginia and Monticello, lies 250 miles to the east of Bristol.

The stated reason for this trip is to take the second in a series of four classes leading toward certification in a manual handling methodology called Zero Balancing. Zero balancing is an intriguing technique and is a body of knowledge developed by an osteopath named Fredrick Fritz Smith. Its origins blend Eastern and Western approaches to health and science. Zero balancing incorporates the transition from Newtonian to Quantum thinking and physics.

As the training takes place on consecutive weekends, and I am spending the week in between in Charlottesville, several other scheduled and unscheduled events and adventures await.


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