Zone Technique

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What is the Zone Technique?

The Zone Technique is a healing method created by Dr. Peter Goldman.

It is based on many of his influences and experiences. One of his major influences were the teachings of Dr. Thurman Fleet who created Zone Therapy in 1931 in San Antonio, Texas. After learning Zone Therapy in 1993 and refining it over the next two decades, Dr. Peter Goldman of San Francisco, California created The Zone Technique.

There are only six kinds of disturbances that can affect the human body – Dr Fleet

All diseased conditions, aches and pains, and other discomforts experienced by the body can be attributed to one or more of the below disturbances to the body’s 6 systems or Zones.


Glandular System

Zone 2 - Elimination System

Elimination System

Zone 3 - Nervous System

Nervous System

ZONE 4 - Digestive System

Digestive System

Zone 5 - Muscular System

Muscular System

Zone 6 - Circulatory System

Circulatory System


Zone 1

The Glandular System

The glandular center in the brain controls all of the glands in the body which include the thyroid, adrenals, and reproductive organs, among others.

Any trauma, disease or strain in the glands will cause a reaction along the nerves to the brain. If the strain is large enough, it can cause a block in regular nerve energy and result in overactive or under-active glands.

Balancing the glandular system can improve energy levels, depression, focus, reproductive functions, and the immune system.

    What is included in the System?

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    • Glands of the head
    • Pineal, Pituitary, Memory, Energy, Skin, Hair
    • Glands of the stomach
    • Thyroid gland
    • Mammary Glands
    • Adrenals
    • Glands of the kidney region
    • Glands of digestion, Pancreas, Liver, Appetite, Sleep, Elimination
    • Glands of the pelvis, Uterus and Ovaries or Prostate and Gonads
    • Kidneys
    • Relaxation, Outlook on life, Temper, Concentration
    • Immune System, Hormonal System

    Symptoms of Zone 1 being out of balance

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    • Chronic Fatigue
    • Headache Migraine
    • Thyroid Issues
    • Weak Immunity
    • Insomnia
    • Bad Memory
    • Poor Concentration
    • Poor Appetite
    • Fibromyalgia
    • Reproductive Issues
    • Suppressed Creativity
    • Increase memory, energy, sleep, and relaxation
    • Regulate immune system and hormonal system
    • Thyroid, pineal, and pituitary gland care
    • Appetite regulation

    Zone 2

    The Elimination System

    The eliminative system includes the lungs, kidneys, bladder, and skin. These organs are involved with waste elimination and play an essential role in reducing toxin build-up in your body.

    This in turn helps to strengthen your immune system function, reduce bloating, create optimal respiratory function and ensure proper muscular function.

      Symptoms of Zone 2 being out of balance

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      • Allergies/Congestion
      • Sinus Infections
      • Asthma
      • Shortness of Breath
      • Hives/Rash
      • Psoriasis
      • Kidney Issues
      • Bladder Issues
      • Constipation
      • Hemorrhoids
      • Diarrhea
      • Strengthen lung, kidney, and bladder function
      • Regulate colon & bowel movements
      • Clear sinuses, nasal passages, and bronchial tubes
      • Eliminate bloating and bodily toxins

      Zone 3

      The Nervous System

      The Nervous System comprises both the central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord) and the peripheral nervous system (all other nerves in the body).

      Each nerve in the body is responsible for different functions, including sight, digestion, mood, sleep, the reproductive system, hormonal balance, hearing, and more.

      Balancing this zone can help promote a healthy immune system, improve mood and sleep, and increase energy, calm feelings, and relaxation. In addition, it can help balance the hormonal system.

      Symptoms of Zone 3 being out of balance

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      • Hearing/Sight Issues
      • Inability to Sleep
      • Sciatica
      • Arm/Hand or Leg/Foot Tingling
      • Hyperactivity/ADHD
      • Cold Hands/Feet
      • Hormonal Imbalance
      • Anxiety/Nervousness
      • Extreme Worry/Fear
      • Improve mood
      • Improve sleep
      • Eye and ear health
      • Balance the hormonal system
      • Increase energy, remain calm and relaxed Appetite regulation

      Zone 4

      The Digestive System

      The digestive system is what makes up Zone 4. This system is responsible for taking nutrients from the food we eat and breaking them down to provide cells energy.

      Balancing this zone and maintaining a proper diet may help improve liver, intestine, and gallbladder health, decrease food sensitivities, and boost your energy.

      Additionally, it can help restore a normal appetite.

      What is included in the System?

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      • Liver
      • Salivary Glands & Taste
      • Gall Bladder
      • Pancreas
      • Bowels & Stomach glands
      • Intestines
      • Colon

      Symptoms of Zone 4 being out of balance

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      • Compromised Immune System
      • Problems With Appetite
      • Sensitivity to Foods & Food Intolerances
      • Weight Gain or Loss
      • Problems with Digestion
      • Normalize weight
      • Salivary gland health / normalize sense of taste
      • Sustain healthy liver, intestines, and gall bladder
      • Digest foods that were previously agitating
      • Boost energy

      Zone 5

      The Muscular System

      The muscular system is composed of all the muscles, tendons, ligaments, soft tissues and bones. All of which allow you to move.

      This system also impacts balance, flexibility, and strength and directly influences your spinal alignment and nerve connections.

      Balancing this zone can help restore proper range of motion and movement, improve flexibility, eliminate chronic pain, and improve posture. In addition, it can help restore your center of gravity and expedite muscle recovery.

      Symptoms of Zone 5 being out of balance

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      • Weakness/Fatigue
      • Poor Balance/Posture
      • Joint Stiffness
      • Loss of Flexibility
      • Inflammation
      • Muscle Spasms & Strains
      • Neck/Back Pain
      • Upper/Lower Extremity Pain
      • Restore proper range of motion and movement
      • Expedite muscle recovery and improve strength
      • Improve suppleness and flexibility
      • Restore center of gravity / eliminate dizziness

      Zone 6

      The Circulatory System

      The circulatory system includes everything that circulates through the body, such as the blood and the lymph.

      The cardiovascular system is driven by your heart pumping blood through your veins, arteries, and capillaries. During this process, the blood brings nutrients and oxygen to your cells and carries away waste.

      Bringing balance to this system can help normalize your blood pressure, encourage proper circulation, improve heart health, healthy blood vessels and healthy lymphatic vessels.

      What is included in the System?

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      • Thyroid gland
      • Blood pressure
      • Heart, ease, strength
      • Blood vessels of back, arms, chest, abdomen, and lower extremities
      • Circulation
      • Lymph vessels
      • Movement of limbs
      • Relaxation

      Symptoms of Zone 6 being out of balance

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      • High Blood Pressure
      • Cold Hands/Feet
      • pH Balance
      • Low Blood Pressure
      • Arrhythmias
      • Palpitations
      • Migraines/Headaches
      • Thyroid Issues
      • Poor Circulation
      • Edema/Swelling
      • Fever/Temperature
      • Heart health
      • Normalize blood pressure
      • Healthy blood vessels
      • Proper circulation

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