Research has shown that Imagery and Visualization can improve sports performance and even speed up healing by using specific mental skills and techniques.
"My creative mind is my greatest weapon. It is a kind of inner vision that enables me to see things that others might not ..." Tiger Woods
No wonder more and more professional athletes are using some form of Imagery and Visualization to enhance their performance. Amongst these athletes are the likes of Tiger Woods, Serena Williams, Michael Phelps, Jonny Wilkinson, Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho, Ronda Rousey, Jessica Ennis-Hill and many more.
27 February 2018
Imagery and Visualization in Sport - Fear of Failure - The role of the coach, athlete and parents
This workshop will also focus on how to deal with the Fear of Failure.
Ask yourself: "what kind of competitor are you? Do you like to play it safe or are you willing to take a chance, risking on possibly failing in order to win?" More than anything else, it is a fear of failure that keeps people from achieving their full potential.
No matter if you are doing team sports or individual events, you are always part of a team. To participate in any form of sport requires a collective effort from more than just the efforts of the athlete. This collective effort is the “Performance Partnership”. In this workshop we will also look at the role of the coach, athlete and parent.
In sport there is an increasing awareness of how important mental factors are within athletic performance and it is recognized that physical talent is not the only component which leads to success.
This workshop will focus on:
- What is Imagery and Visualization?
- Aspects to remember when doing Imagery and Visualization
- Dealing with the fear of failure
- The role of the Coach, athlete and parents
* These topics form part of the more comprehensive 8 module Sport Mind Mastery course.
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The Sports Mind Mini workshops has been specifically adopted to provide practical training to improve mental approach to sport.
Who should attend: Athletes, coaches, parents, managers, anybody who wants to learn techniques to improve their mental approach to sport.
DETAILS FOR THE NEXT SPORTS MIND MINI WORKSHOP
Date: Monday - 27 February 2018 (8H30 to 12H30)
Venue: Centurion Academy - Skyscape Terraces, D J Wood St, Bellville West, Cape Town, 7530, South Africa
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Standard Cost: R 450-00 per person
Bookings will be confirmed when payment is received.
Should you want to know more you are welcome to contact Bennie Louw - 082 729 8899