Assessing Zero Balancing Day 3

Wow!  I have to say that writing the post soon after receiving a treatment is best.  Because this way I will remember the key points I want to jot down  🙂

Also, I want to state for the record, that receiving 3 sessions of ZB is necessary – vital.  Do it.  Go.  Now.  Having received 3 sessions within a 3 week period (over the course of 21 days to be exact), I realize that the unfolding and softening and processing of tension stored in the joints and bones is definitely a process that cannot be reached in one treatment.  There are many layers and complex psycho-emotional and physiological strata that can be worked through.  But I don’t want to scare anyone off – Connie was extremely professional and for the most part, she was silent in doing the treatment.  So any psycho-emotional processing was purely my choice and my prerogative.

Here is a brief assessment of various body parts and how they feel, one hour after my 3rd treatment:

The most significant shift I notice is in my neck – for at least 3 years, I have dealt with stiffness and off and on soreness there.  But now I am noticing at least a 75% improvement in my range of motion and now instead of feeling pervasive, unresponsive stiffness, I notice a couple of small areas of tenseness and resistance.  But it is extremely localized and manageable.  Before I would just accept that that was the way things might be.

My ribs in the back feel more open, below and especially around my scapula (shoulder blades).  Not only that, I notice better and smoother range of motion in my arms and shoulders, and my hips and pelvis feel more open and more responsive.  It literally feels like a breath of fresh air is blowing through certain joints where as previously, it was getting a little musty.

To be honest, I still have more work to do.  I signed up for another ZB treatment in 2 weeks – I want to assess where I am at on 5 treatments and then if I want to continue, I will assess at 7 and 10 treatments.  Connie is a superb massage therapist, so I will probably drop in getting a massage as a reward once I finish this semester of school (December).  And that will be heavenly.  And at the same time, I am looking forward to this opening I am noticing and exploring with ZB.

I do need more exercise.  Nursing school has made it so nearly every single minute can be taken up reading, studying, completing care plans, etc.  But I intend to enjoy it as much as I can and I want to strike a good balance between self care, relaxation and plugging away with studies.

I am very happy to have worked with Connie.  She is a skilled and professional and compassionate bodyworker.  Again, if you are in the Central Virginia area, you can contact her for sessions at:

Connie Staley

434.996.2640 or email her at conniemstaley [at] yahoo [dot] com

Thank you for reading!

Published by Kirby Moore

Kirby Moore is a healing facilitator based in the beautiful rolling hills of Charlottesville, Virginia. He does sessions in-person and long distance via Skype and Zoom, working with Spiritual Astrology, Somatic Experiencing, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and Birth Process Work. His healing work is informed by fifteen years of meditation and Qigong practice. He works with client's intentions and deepest longings to attain clear, tangible results. Contact him for more info at (email): kirby [at] mkirbymoore [dot] com

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