Bodywork sessions are individual sessions for personal development (Passion Process). A Grinberg Method Bodywork session is characterized by somatically addressing the issues that the person wants to change. Client and practitioner work together on the defined objective starting from: a physical sensation, an emotional or physical pain, a chronic symptom or discomfort in a specific situation.
Each session lasts one hour and normally the client and the Grinberg Method practitioner meet at least once a week. Different types of touch, movement and breathing are used in the session and combined with verbal instructions and description they serve to describe the client’s experience and increase the level of bodily attention.
Some goals in a personal development process of Grinberg Method Bodywork may relate to how to learn to:
- interrupting a physical condition that causes pain or discomfort
- face new challenges with energy and enthusiasm
- achieving “silence” in the head and a higher level of concentration
- Make decisions with clarity
- interrupting insecurity and consequently gaining more self-confidence
- Breaking old fixed conclusions that are maintained from the past, but are no longer needed today
- interrupt routines that repeatedly lead to pain, fatigue, discontent, discomfort
Other reasons to begin a personal development process may be wanting to learn how to manage situations such as burnout, chronic pain (such as back pain, headaches, menstrual pain, infertility, muscle tension), feelings of chronic fatigue, insomnia, anxiety, agitation, or repetitive strain injuries such as carpal tunnel, epicondylitis, tennis elbow, difficulty moving.
You don’t necessarily have to be in pain to do Grinberg Method sessions, but a good reason to try it is to be curious, want to learn, want to improve your health, physical condition or quality of life.
We will soon tell you more about the Grinberg Method Passion Process.
- Interview with Avi Grinberg
- Assessment during the presentation of Grinberg Method training