About The Grinberg Method, the learning process and the recovery process
The Grinberg Method is designed to help people express more of themselves in their lives.When meeting Rachel, you will decide together whether your sessions are focused in a learning or a recovery process. A learning process will focus on personal development, and a recovery process is where the learning is focused on transforming an acute or chronic pain or physical condition.
The Grinberg Method
The Grinberg Method is designed to help people express more of themselves in their lives.
Who it’s for
When meeting Rachel, you will decide together whether your sessions are focused in a learning or a recovery process. A learning process will focus on personal development, and a recovery process is where the learning is focused on transforming an acute or chronic pain or physical condition.
Both processes comprise a series of one hour sessions where the client meets regularly with a qualified practitioner. The practitioner will work with the individual, drawing on a variety of techniques that fit their needs. These techniques can include, breathing, touch, relaxation, exercises, and description.
A Learning Process
This is a series of sessions where Rachel will structure the content around specific aims articulated by you on your initial consultation. The work that follows consists of a variety of different techniques that may include touch, breathing, descriptive tools and physical exercises. People choose to experience the learning process for a variety of different reasons, some of which may include:
- Learning to let go of fixed beliefs and conclusions about your past
- Stopping a physical symptom
- Learning to communicate and be more at ease with people
- Stop stress, anxiety and depression
- Learn to use hate and anger to get more of what you want in life
- Developing willpower
A Recovery Process
The recovery process is aimed at those who experience acute physical symptoms or severe recurring symptoms. Possible examples include:
- Back pain
- Shoulder and neck pain
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Digestive disorders
- Skin and auto-immune disorders
- Headaches and migraines
Origins of the Grinberg Method
Avi Grinberg began studying and practicing body work techniques in the early 1970s. After working with a variety of clients and encountering a large range of physical conditions, he came to the conclusion that there is no better healer for a client than himself.
Grinberg transitioned his approach from that of a therapist who helped people improve, to one who taught individuals how to be responsible for their own health wellbeing and development. By the mid 1980s he had cultivated his own method that taught clients to use their individual strengths to overcome their weaknesses and express more of themselves in their lives.
Today the Grinberg Method is taught as a profession in Austria, Germany, Italy, Spain and Switzerland. There are hundreds of practitioners who work with the method in Europe, Israel and the United States.
The Grinberg Method does not claim to heal, to be an alternative medicine or a massage therapy. It is not intended for those suffering from life threatening or serious illnesses requiring medical or psychiatric care. Most significantly it is not intended as a substitute for any kind of required treatment.
The Benefits of The Grinberg Method can include:
- Increased energy
- Feeling more connected to yourself, your life and those around you
- To cross your personal limits
- To use fear and pain as forces in life rather than something to manage, overcome or run away from
- Increased body attention
- To develop your will and see that the first requirement for any change is to want it to change
- To experience life to the full
Process packages with different payment options to fit your budget.