As an athlete you train your body, but do you train your mind?
Just as you can train your body NLP enables you to
train your mind and perform at your best.
What is NLP?
NLP is not therapy – it is an established model with proven results. It works for everyone. It uses techniques to manage any issue that is preventing you from training and performing at your best.
Professional sports teams and athletes recognise the importance of the mind-body connection and tap into the power of sports psychology to squeeze out every resource available to them. The Mind Coach can help you do the same.
Your mind is a powerful tool and with NLP you can develop the skills and techniques you need to fulfil your potential.
Sessions & Pricing
The number of sessions you will need will depend on your goal and what you want to achieve but most people need two to three sessions. Many come back for more to tackle other areas and to build on the success!
Your first session lasts 90 minutes. This is where we explore what you want to achieve, identify any problems and lay some groundwork.
Subsequent sessions last one hour when we get to work.
Sessions will take place in a purpose-built studio, but home visits can be arranged.
While individual one-to-one sessions are more effective and targeted to specific aims, The Mind Coach workshops introduce you to the benefits of NLP and are a great way to sample some of the effective methods. Follow on Instagram and Facebook for details of upcoming workshops.
If your group/team/club is interested in hosting a workshop please do contact me.
I am a qualified Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner and a qualified NLP Sports Practitioner.
I am also seasoned triathlete and runner. I have taken part in numerous races over the past 10 years and have secured several age group wins, regional prizes and podium positions. In triathlon I qualified for Team GB at sprint distance and also secured a spot at the World Championships for the half ironman distance. In 2016 I completed UK Ironman. I am currently hitting the trails and nurturing a dream of becoming an ultra runner!
Sport and mental fitness has also helped me cope with and recover from a serious surgery for a brain tumour. Five months after an awake craniotomy I was competing for my running club setting PBs in the Round Norfolk Relay and at half marathon.
I am passionate about helping athletes develop the mental strength, fitness and skills they need to train, perform and be at their best.