HAPPY BODY Membership:
Grinberg Method® exercises – train whenever and wherever you want
Now for a limited time at a special launch price
Price does not include VAT.
Well-being and ease in every situation in life – tailored to your specific needs
Best of all, no prior experience is necessary and the workouts are available to you at any time. Just log in and get started!
HAPPY BODY Membership
What’s in it for you
so you can put together your own personalized workout
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Available around the clock, tailored to your individual needs – wherever you are and whatever you need.
Everything’s easier when we work together – open group training
One Saturday a month we meet for an online training session. During this session, I’m available to answer your questions and we use the opportunity to fine-tune the synergy between breathing and movement. I will give you targeted training suggestions so that you benefit even more from the Grinberg Method® exercises, and the energy of the group will carry you through – because as we all know, everything’s easier when we work together!
Can't attend a session? No problem! Recordings of the training sessions are available in the Members' area.
Who’s behind the HAPPY BODY Membership?
My name is Mirjam Köglsperger and I have been accompanying people on their way to greater health, well-being, and satisfaction for 20 years. I am a Grinberg Method® practitioner, trainer, and teacher, and an alternative practitioner in psychotherapy.
In my HAPPY BODY Membership program, you’ll learn to notice, release, and stop destructive patterns through gentle training sessions, so that there’s room for something new. Your potential will unfold freely again – in all areas of life.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, no prior experience is required. The Grinberg Method® training units and exercises are suitable for people of all ages and skill levels. You can choose the exercises that suit you individually, or use the ready-made training units.
You’ll find a section with breathing and awareness exercises. There are also exercises that focus on releasing pain and anxiety. There’s a special section about silence, and also a variety of movement meditations. In this form of meditation, the movement of the body serves to cultivate attention. It combines elements of mindfulness, body awareness, and movement to calm the mind and establish a deeper connection with the body.
I always recommend starting with a breathing exercise that connects you to your body. This is followed by specific movement exercises to help release any positions or patterns that are stuck in your body, such as pain or undesirable habits. At the end of each training session is an integration phase, when you can let your body work intuitively by dropping your habits and giving more space to your physical sensations.