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 Post subject: Zero-balancing
PostPosted: Thu Jul 29, 2004 2:22 am 
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It works for me: Zero-balancing
Go with the flow. A gentle manipulation therapy brought one dancer release from pain. By Lisa Grainger for The Times:


Most people, says Jeff Lennard, a zero-balancer, use his surgery as they would a motor garage: for a regular service and check-up. They come to ensure that their parts are well oiled, that the connections are all clean and that the energy is flowing efficiently throughout the engine. There might be an odd body job — a client with whiplash or a muscular strain. But most people he sees come for fine-tuning — commuters with body clocks thrown out by regular flights between London and New York, office workers with strained necks and backs, or City dwellers going through emotional or stressful periods.

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