Mar 29, 2018
If you are a golfer Would you like to hit the ball further with less effort?
Would you like to be in a state of calm in everyday life?
Would you like to know a more efficient way to move your body for maximum experience?
Well if you do then todays show is really going to be of benefit
We have with us Jayne Storey who is internationally renowned as a Tai Chi and Meditation teacher with over twenty five years of actual coaching experience.
We explore how ancient wisdom is now being backed up by modern science.
How the principle of effortless power can be applied to virtually ANY discipline.
Jayne talks from personal experience and over twenty five years coaching of how and why meditation can be such a benefit to your overall well being.
Not just your sport your overall experience of life.
The science is very strong on this meditation is VERY good for you.
How we all make the mistake of trying to learn something at a fast pace.
How slowness and stillness is the way forward for your brain to ‘code’ new movement.
How you can really engage in the learning process as an experience as opposed to just a concept.
Why if your head is full of technical ‘do’ instruction you will never be able to access the true flow of your own unique movement.
How we should be talking about FLOW and the way to tap into your own movement DNA
How it is essential to be able to feel what is WRONG so that you can trap the feeling of what is right.
How breathing is such a profound concept
We overlook the simplicity of the breath
Yet when we tune in to the breath a whole new world of experience opens up as we actually connect with what IS happening as opposed to what we think SHOULD be happening.
Jayne has had some tremendous success with numerous sports men and women and also from individuals engaged in the performing arts.
We discuss how people can tie themselves in knots with a musical instrument in just the same way that we get in our own way with golf.
How the simple act of walking can be just that a simple act OR it can be an opportunity to develop present moment awareness.
A really interesting session with LOTS of real world application
Jayne Storey can be contacted at www.chi-performance.com for details of her training and online courses.