The Grinberg Method is a methodology of attention that teaches through expanding and focusing body attention.
It does not claim to heal, to be alternative medicine, a massage therapy, or to be considered among the helping professions.
It is not intended for
persons suffering from conditions considered life-threatening, or for those with conditions or serious illnesses that require medical or psychiatric attention.
Moreover, it is not intended to be
a substitute for any kind
of required treatment.
The method has no ideological or mystical basis and does not demand any particular lifestyle.
Any medication taken prior to or during the process should be taken as instructed by your physician, and any changes in medications or treatment should be done only after consulting with your physician.
Looking and touching your feet
(Foot Analysis) is a tool to assess and define the aim of the process, and adapt it specifically to you.
This is neither a medical nor psychological diagnosis, and it does not replace them.
At any rate, prior to beginning a Grinberg Method process, a medical diagnosis should be sought for any unclear condition.
You are also welcome to read the Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct of Grinberg Method Practitioners (available at www.GrinbergMethod.com), in which you will find further information about what to expect from your process.