Posts Tagged ‘Peak Performance’


Training Your Body and Mind to Relax

A critical component in training for peak performance is the ability to relax your body. This trait, often underappreciated, can make the difference in doing your best. Think of this as the ability to relax while pushing hard:  tension slows the body and is inefficient. Relaxing the body can take you to the level you…[ Read the full article ]

Neurofeedback for Peak Performance

It’s the last chance for the team to win; the score is all tied up.  It comes down to this final free throw shot after a late foul. My heart is pounding and I am sweating profusely. Now if I can only focus and concentrate on this winning goal while I drown out the sounds…[ Read the full article ]

HYPNOSIS: Focus, Relaxation and Empowerment

Hypnosis is a modality which can be used to enhance a performance, any performance, whether it be physical (sports), academic (testing preparation or performance), or in the work place (quality of work, goal setting, focus and concentration). Because hypnosis involves the subconscious, the 90% of our brain that we don’t consciously use, re-training that part…[ Read the full article ]

Our Peak Performance Program

Peak Performance is defined as “a state in which the person performs to the maximum of their ability, characterized by subjective feelings of confidence, effortlessness and total concentration on the task.” (Peak Performance, 2013)  Peak performance could be identified as a performance when we excelled – we reached our potential – we reached greatness.  …[ Read the full article ]

Our New Peak Performance Package

Peak Performance is defined as “a state in which the person performs to the maximum of their ability, characterized by subjective feelings of confidence, effortlessness and total concentration on the task.” (Peak Performance, 2013)  Peak performance could be identified as a performance when we excelled – we reached our potential – we reached greatness.  Perhaps…[ Read the full article ]