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I just completed a 2-day training on Sports Hypnosis that is now totally online. You can get a free sneak peek by going to: sportshypnosistraining.com
A book I found good in the early days was Sport hypnosis :Author Donald Liggett. ISBN: 0-7360-0214-6.
Also there are some good sport psychlogy books out there, that will give you the beginning so that you will easily be able to construct your own powerful scripts to suit the individual athletes that come to see you.
I hope this has been of assistance to you. It is a wonderful area of hypnosis to be working in.
I am very interested in sports hypnosis. can anybody recommend were i can purchase scripts or materials.
Thanks in advance
I like very much to use metaphores in sport hypnosis, like: Become like a Cheetah, feel its energy flowing trough your body, feel what its like to be a mighty cheetah..becouse people have better asotiations to metaphores, you can make them feel better and get better involved in the energy they need to preform..
I have a 13 yr show jumper for a client who is unable to vocalise or feel when she is reaching that level of arousal to allow her to perform at her optimum level. She has trouble reaching that level and is too relaxed for competition. Anybody got any thoughts on how I can help her achieve higher levels of arousal/anxiety when working with her in the field?
I am a Certified Personal Trainer with decades of experience, and a registered hypnotherapist in Washington State, thank you for forming this group.
What is one sports performance suggestion that you find really works?
I love to use the one I learned through Steven Parkhill... "Let all muscles needed to ________ work in perfect harmony and unison... let all other muscles relax and move aside for a while." Or a variation of this.
This is especially great for golfers and tennis players. The little tension caused by muscles not needed for the activilty are what cause much of the trouble... so instruct them to relax and move aside (or let go).
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