Due to popular demand we will be offering our Athletes Apathy mind series workshop online!
The series is open to athletes of all ages, abilities, and from all sports.
We also offer customised webinar programs to sports team, clubs, school groups and the corporate environment upon request.
Please contact us.
Narrowed down into the nitty gritty of what the definition of true sports performance is based on, a human experience of it.
We like to think of ourselves as machines, and often when we think of sport specific mental toughness, we think this is what it means. It is not, mental toughness is the ability to truly tune in not out. If we are tuning out, we are copping out and divorcing ourselves from true potential.
This webinar series is designed to help you cope with the judgment of yourself, and your environment that keeps you divorced from fully realizing your potential. The series opens up a line of self-enquiry that will help you to connect to yourself and helps you to become more present in the moment. Free of the judgment which keeps you stuck, you will find new energy and the freedom to do things you never believed possible!
Mind blocks such as fear, self-judgement, poor self-confidence, inability to focus or concentrate and the judgement of pain and it’s limiting affect on our performances; we’ve helped individuals break through these barriers to tackle fitness challenges and reach athletic performance they never thought possible.
The webinars are “structured” so as to allow interaction at appropriate times throughout the session to maximise each individuals experience.
Which sports is this webinar applicable to?
The webinar is applicable to all sports, both individual and team sports.
What level do I need to be competing at for this webinar to be relevant?
The webinar is relevant to all levels of competition, including those pursuing sport for personal challenges.
Is there any age limit or requirement?
No there is not, only a desire to attend.
What do I need to attend this online webinar?
You will need a computer (preferable), smart phone or similar that is capable of video calls. You will also need an internet connection.