Director of Israeli Society for Bioenergetic Analysis is Anat Gihon.
Israeli Society for Bioenergetic Analysis is a society of psychotherapists dedicated to the practice and development of bioenergetics analysis. Institute of Bioenergetic Analysis (IBA) was founded by Alexander Lowen in the year 1956 along with his students. In the year 1976, after 20 years of successful running of IBA, Lowen decided to expand IBA globally and changed the name from IBA to International Institute of Boienergetic Analysis. IIBA has nearly 1600 active members and 50 local affiliated societies. Israeli Society of Bioenergetic Analysis is one of the affiliated societies of IIBA. Its main aim is to reduce mental tensions and to treat both body and mind. IIBA membership is available only for the professionals related to the fields of physiotherapy. IIBA conducts conferences throughout the world. Every year it conducts conference on various continents. These therapists conduct therapies in a safe and nurturing environment which helps to release the emotions from the body. IIBA release publications occasionally which contain valuable information on recent advancements in physiotherapies and various successful case studies and record of research into the development of a situation over a period of time. It also conducts occasional meetings on various topics which help in further growth of physiotherapists.