The Professional Studies
To become a practitioner of the Grinberg Method, three years of professional studies are required.
What does it mean to be a Grinberg Method Practitioner?
Being a Grinberg Method practitioner is an independent profession. It is a profession that demands constant learning, development and change. It is challenging work, intended for people who are willing to touch others, to work with their fear and pain, and to follow the process of change in others over time.
What we look for in a student
To practice this profession, a person needs to have a genuine interest in people. Being a student means wanting to develop individual strength and will, and to become an effective example to others through having these qualities. It means being someone who has the basic courage to deal with fear, pain and human suffering, while at the same time staying humane, open and true to one’s self.
Students of this profession also need to have the willingness and wish for a discipline that allows for profound learning. This involves training and complying with the requirements of the professional studies. It is also a profession about being physical and enjoying learning through the body.
What is the structure of the studies?
Each year of study consists of four week-long intensive courses, with a total of twelve weeks of training over the course of three years. Further studies and international courses follow the three study years and are given internationally, attended by Grinberg practitioners from around the world.
How can I become a student?
Students are accepted to the studies based on a personal meeting with one of the Grinberg Method teachers where you will determine if this profession fits for you. It is also recommended that you attend at least one of the pre-study meetings offered regularly in Berlin, lasting 2.5 hours and looking at different subjects related to the profession and the studies.
The school of the Grinberg Method in Germany is held by Claudia Glowik and Vered Manasse, licensed teachers of the Grinberg Method.
VC School of the Grinberg Method
Winsstr. 60, 10405 Berlin
Tel. 030 440 485 26