About ZBAUK

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The Zero Balancing Association UK
is a mutual trading association run by members for members. It was set up in the mid 1990s and welcomes anyone who has attended a minimum of one Core Zero Balancing course.

Benefits of becoming a member of ZBA UK include receiving our community newsletter 'Donkey Press', an ideal way to stay in touch with Zero Balancing news and upcoming Zero Balancing courses in the UK, and complimentary attendance at a National Study Day. Such Study Days, open to Zero Balancing beginners and 'old-timers' alike, offer an invaluable opportunity for touch feedback, Zero Balancing swaps and further development of your skills.

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ZBA UK Officers
Chairman: Alan Hext
Phone: 01929 426360
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Treasurer: Jean Talman

Phone:  01202 842774
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Honorary Secretary: Alice Rogers
Phone:  07531 398145
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ZBA UK Ethical Guidelines


To ensure Zero Balancing is taught and practiced in a safe and respectful environment, that affords both students and clients the best opportunity for easy learning and healing on all levels, the following guidelines are actively endorsed by ZBA UK.

Certified Zero Balancing Practitioners and Zero Balancing Teachers agree to:

-  maintain high standards of professional conduct, teaching and practicing Zero Balancing in an ethical manner.

-  hold clients and students in the highest personal regard.

-  communicate in a clear and honest way with clients and students, recognising the sensitive nature of these relationships.

-  endeavour to serve the best interests of clients and students at all times to the best of their ability.

-  acknowledge the limitation of their skills, or conflicts of interest, and refer clients accordingly.

-  seek appropriate professional assistance for any personal problems that might impair their work performance.

-  discriminate against no person on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion or national origin.

-  respect student and client confidentiality recognising that anything of a personal nature should not be discussed outside that context.

-  discuss fees and contractual arrangements in a clear manner, prior to services being rendered.

-  honour the rights of all ethical practitioners and co-operate with other health-care professionals in a respectful way.