MINDFULNESS-BASED PERSONAL COACHING
“Feel the Change” to be the change
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
Our personal coaching program is suitable for individuals that are:
- Seeking ways to better cope with stress
- Striving to improve social emotional skills
- Wanting to improve their focus and concentration abilities
- Struggling with life transitions and change in their lives
- Dealing with illness and pain or burnout
- Pursuing ways to take their performance skills to the next level
- Looking for ways to develop mindful leadership
- Benefit from a Reiki Treatment
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We utilize a variety of mindfulness-based techniques including Transformative Mindfulness Methods (TMM) to help you live optimally. Arunas Antanaitis and Sharon Babineau are certified facilitators of TMM, which include a series of simple, natural healing methods and meditations that empower adults and youth to change their response to problems that plague them and strengthen positive qualities, deepening acceptance of themselves and compassion for others. These methods can also draw on the power of the mind to help yourself and others to reduce or eliminate physical and mental pain.
MINDFULNESS-BASED COACHING FOR PEAK SPORTS PERFORMANCE
Our personal coaching program will:
- Help cope with performance anxiety
- Improve concentration and focus
- Learn visualization methods for skill development
- Develop emotional regulation strategies
Many high performance athletes and sports organizations are introducing mindfulness into their training regimen to improve focus and mental resilience. NBA coach Phil Jackson, winner of 11 championship titles, successfully integrated mindfulness practices into his training program. More recently, Pete Carroll, coach of the NFL Seattle Seahawks hired high performance sports psychologist Michael Gervais to facilitate mindfulness-based programs to his organization.
How NBA Coach Phil Jackson Taught His Teams Mindfulness
In 2004 Olympic Games, the margin between a gold medal and no medal was 0.71 sec in the men’s track 800m final. In 2008 Michael Phelps won his 7th gold medal by a margin of 1/10th second.
BREACH THAT MARGIN WITH A MINDFUL SOLUTION
Transformative Mindfulness Methods for Inquiry and Intervention
Less demanding than the more widely used mindfulness-based programs, Transformative Mindfulness Methods build on basic mindfulness meditation accompanied by compassionate inquiry that easily accesses implicit memory through our ‘embodied mind’. Simple, gentle, even playful, the experiential nature of TMM has made their strategies easily accessible to all ages and cultures. By gently identifying the body’s reactions to emotions, challenging situations, suffering or pain then adding specific inquiry, we can access metaphors, words and feelings that link us to underlying belief, purpose and embodied wisdom. Using emotions and mindfulness of the problem with optional journaling or drawing, clients report a change in underlying beliefs, their causes and consequences by simply allowing a natural and often permanent transformation.
Transformative Mindfulness Methods are adapted from ancient transformative practices by their developer, Dekyi-Lee Oldershaw. Besides pioneering these methods internationally, these methods can be quickly learned and used for self-care and applied to others effectively. This highly adaptable protocol has been applied in healthcare, education and social work environments for over 20 years to cancer, cardiac, migraine, abuse, end-of- life care, learning problems, relationship, professional burnout/demoralization, and more.