The Heeb

Individual Gestalt Training

Still pretty difficult, but less like public speaking, more like getting on a roller coaster version of your growth path.


Individual Strength

Individualized Gestalt Training

5241 N Front St

Harrisburg, PA 17110

This is a one-on-one version of the Energy and Consciousness services.  If you're a long-time client, this service was called "Directive Therapy" and "Guided Therapy" before we took it down for Covid.  It's back up, with a new and improved name. 

1443 Camp Hebron Road

Halifax, PA 17032

Gestalt Training Group

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Depending on what your system needs, this might look like a yoga class, or a meditation class, or a reiki class, or a qigong class.  You don't need to know what those terms mean.  You just need to dress comfortably and expect to feel good.

Strength Group

Structured Consciousness

Centers around breathing.  And moves depending on what you need.

The G

A supportive service to get to know yourself and to enjoy yourself.  Virtuals can be done from either location.

For the individual.  If you wish there was a strength group at a specific time (and especially if it shows as available for individuals) please let us know and we'll see what we can do.

​Gestalt Development Center 


Experimentations in behavior. It's a difficult group and it's hard to describe.  The best way to think of it is probably like an improv class.

Peacefulness Group

Gestalt is a study of how systems assimilate and differentiate.  For our purposes - as an individual system of a human being - we work with consciousness as the organizing force that does the assimilating and differentiating.  This service is a training in gestalt - which is a training in your consciousness.  There is a group portion (it's not 'group therapy'), there's a book portion, and there's an online forum portion. The link will guide you to the group portion but if you're interested in the book or the online forum please let us know.

Book: Gestalt Therapy: Excitement and Growth in the Human Personality, 1951, Perls, Hefferline, and Goodman

We use a barbell to make our bodies more capable.  And feel better. And you'll like the way you look. I guarantee it.