The goal of this paper is to find out what requirements have to be met by the trainer for the successful implementation of Brain Gym® in a company. Brain Gym® is a kinesiological method and was established by Paul Dennison. Paul Dennison is an educator. Further, he is a pioneer in the field of applied brain research. Dennison worked in the field of curriculum development and experimental psychology at the University of California and as a teacher in public schools. Brain Gym® is based on a understanding of the relationships between physical movement, language acquisition and academic performance. Brain Gym® offers 26 different exercises. These exercises aim, for instance, to reduce stress and to promote positive attitudes and thinking. The research question is answered using a qualitative analysis of expert interviews. The five expert interviews conducted were analysed according to Mayring (2010). In this paper, the following results were elaborated: At any rate, the trainer should have completed an instructor examination or an equivalent qualification. In addition, further training should be attended at regular intervals. The exchange with colleagues is also important and necessary. Furthermore, direct and indirect experience with the method is mandatory. The trainer should also have an understanding of the corporate processes in the company. One example would be that a trainer who uses the method at school should have pedagogical know-how. However, there are no basic principles how Brain Gym® should be offered in the company. This can be done in the form of a seminar or also a project. If these requirements are met, the method Brain Gym® was also established successfully in a company in the cases observed.