Less mental effort, more mental power

Talk to any physical performer – whether that’s an athlete, a dancer or a martial artist – and they’ll tell you the same thing:

Tension is not your friend.

If you’re not in tune with your body, this can be counterintuitive.

Tension is about effort.

It’s about force, it’s about power.

And yet that’s exactly what you don’t want when you’re performing a difficult physical task.

When you’re performing and you wan to perform at your best, it helps to relax.

To let go of the tension.

Tension gets in your way. It blocks the flow of your energy and it robs you of your power.

And the funny thing is that the mental side of things is exactly the same.

The more you tense your thoughts, the more you stress, the more you try to over-focus and over concentrate on something, the worse your performance gets.

That’s why it pays to relax, to be able to breathe, to be able to simply let go, and to really get in touch with your body. When you’re able to deeply relax, suddenly your performance skyrockets.

Of course, that’s easier said than done.

It’s difficult to relax while there’s also the pressure of performance. You’re expected to perform at a high level. All the attention is on you and all of the stakes are high.

Yet, if you’re able to relax even under these circumstances then suddenly anything becomes possible.

Like I say, that’s easier said than done.

Luckily, you’re not alone in this. There are things that I can teach you.

Things I can share with you, techniques that I can guide you through that will help you relax.

In the moment of when I’m teaching it to you, you can enjoy the experience.

And in the moment when you need to use it, then you can simply take a deep breath in and feel good.

Because you know that your performance – your world-class performance – is there ready for you when you need it.

This is the sort of thing the Neural Reset brings you.

If you’d like to relax, enjoy and perform even better, then sign up for an appointment here:


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