what are grinberg method online sessions?

The Grinberg Method uses body attention, perception and direct experience to stop what’s between you and what you want to achieve. In one-on-one video sessions, you will be guided by a practitioner in learning through your body and reclaiming your unique potential, step by step.


In this video you will hear from Avi Grinberg, founder of the Grinberg Method, about the unique access online sessions have for your healing.

What our clients say

E. V., Greece

I have been suffering from eating disorders for almost 15 years, seeing the body as something really alien. The Grinberg method is helping me to reconnect with it, leaving aside feelings of guilt and inadequacy. It is amazing how the body responds in each session and even more finding again this awareness in the daily life. Finally I can feel when I am hungry/full and what I’d like to eat, feelings I had completely lost in the past years.

Our Weekly Exercises

Small gifts

Weekly exercise: "Small gifts"
This week we will buy (or make) at least 7 small gifts, and give out one gift every day. It is worth thinking ahead of time who are the people we come in contact with, and what they would like to receive. After giving the gift, we notice how it feels to us, and how it affects the recipient of the gift.
A little more details about the exercise.
He who feels his life is abundant, gives naturally. He who feels that his life is lacking gives less and is more interested in taking and receiving. Consciously lacking we will constantly justify not giving: "I don't have enough for myself so how can I give?" First of all I will get for myself and only then you will give.
In most cases this is not really true. We have enough to give, and you can give right now and not wait for a moment in the future when I will have more. Contrary to the "regular" economy in which the more you give, the less you have left. In the economy of the heart, the more you give, the more you have! It is like a muscle when you use it makes it stronger.
In my life, I recognize pockets of lack that come with expression in the art of not having enough or that I'm not good enough as I am (and the negative emotions that accompany these beliefs). On his face I know it's not true, but at some point I tend to forget. The purpose of the exercise is to remind ourselves at least once a day, that we are abundant, we live in an abundant universe, and that we always have something to give.
The idea is not to wait for plenty, not to wait first to be given. This is the norm, this is our default, this is related to the survival economy... The idea is first to give, and then to observe how it feels, what the atmosphere we created.
With a simple action we will try to challenge aspects of our personality that feel like a victim who has nothing to give, that life has been cruel to him and now he has to look after himself and himself (survival).
Best of luck 😊

Being curious and asking questions

Weekly practice: "being curious and asking questions"
This week, in every meeting with people (new people, friends, family members, coworkers) we will ask them at least one question about their lives. Which one? The question should interest us, and be a question we have never asked.
Then we will really listen to the answer, without interrupting in the middle. If we get more questions we can keep asking.
Of course it is important to be attentive to the way they answer us, that is to the content of the words, tone of speech, look and body positions. We would like to identify if it is appropriate at the moment to ask more questions.
When we ask a question we open up a possible space, therefore it is important to identify if the Bush is interested in opening this space with us.
It is better to practice one on one meetings.
A few more details
Kids are very inquisitive! That's why they ask a lot of questions and learn a lot of new things. Often they ask very personal questions because it really interests them. As soon as they have the desire to know, they ask straight away. There is no filter that filters the question.
Over the years, we develop filters, through which the question passes before it is asked. In many cases we decide not to ask in the end. There is a concern that maybe the question is too personal, and the person in front of us may not want to share with us.
Or we tell ourselves "he didn't ask me so I won't ask him". We have countless justifications for why we don't ask questions. I recognize this in me, and that's the main reason why I chose the exercise.
Over the years, most people almost completely lose their curiosity. In interpersonal relationships we tend to think that we really know who is in front of us. I think this belief leads us to be less interested in them, to believe that there is nothing new about them.
The meeting between people has become a routine where we talk about the same topics, and there are boundaries to the conversation that are not written anywhere but have become the norm. Especially at gatherings of many people (family dinner, sitting with regular friends).
The meeting became boring, and expected. There is no innovation and there is no diversity. Everything is well known in advance. The truth is that it's more "comfortable" like this, not to shake the boat... But much less deep and interesting.
It's like a puzzle created between the other, which only deepens with time. I wonder through which water flows (media), I mean the same topics of conversation every time.
The water flows in the lowest comfortable place, where the ventilation exists. The path of least resistance
In order to change the way it is necessary to regularly dig a new way... Which means getting out of the routine by asking questions and being curious. Inside us we are still curious, only that we have covered our curiosity with many layers of defense. In this weekly exercise we will take the first step towards connecting with our curiosity.
Good luck ♥️

Choose to be a warrior

Weekly exercise: "Choose to be a warrior"
This week every morning, we will remember for once in our lives, that we fought for what we believed in, that we didn't give up, and we followed our passion despite the difficulties. Let's take a few deep breaths and feel the sensation we have in our body as we remember that time.
Then we write in the diary, what was the exact moment when the fighter in us appeared, and what he exactly did and decided at the same time.
A few more details:
One of those moments in my life was teaming up with unit 669. We crawled in the sand and stones in circles for many minutes, and I felt like I was almost broken. At a certain point, a decision occurred to me that I was going to give 200% of myself. I became completely locked in, and a feeling of power took over me.
Some of us tend to forget our victories, the moments we were warriors. Instead, we are reminded of the moments we gave up on ourselves and surrendered to comfort or security. The purpose of this exercise is to reconnect with the moments when we were at our peak, our desire was strong, and we were powerful.
A warrior is a strong person that even when he loses a battle, he manages to stand himself up. He's not giving up, he understands that the war is long and it's okay to lose a few battles in the middle. The warrior gives of himself completely, and when he doesn't do it, he examines why and produces lessons for the next time.
Last week I attended a course on trauma in Spain. One of the most important things I realized there is that anyone recovering from trauma is a true warrior. No one can save you, only you, and that isn't guaranteed. A warrior will do all he can to heal. A warrior fights for his life, to live it to the fullest.
My grandma,
Grandma Magda, her memory to be blessed, was a true warrior.
She went through many difficulties in life, from Auschwitz extermination camp, the death of a horror, and then the death of her son.
She had all the reasons in the world to break down and give up, but she was a warrior. She loved her son and us grandchildren so much, and it gave her strength to choose life.
Let's strengthen this confidence in ourselves this week, the part that is not willing to bend to anyone. Our will to choose life.

This exercises, like all the other weekly exercises was created by Dror Weiss, Grinberg Method practitioner in Tel Aviv.

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