Join our Mental Training Workshop

How Mental Skills and Biofeedback improve Athletic Performance

July 16th, Saturday 2:30 pm at 1164 Bishop Street main floor, Honolulu

Discover the myths and reality around Mental Training.

ONLY 20 spots available so, sign up fast!

Free in-situ Workshop for:

- Athletes and Parents of Athletes.

- Recreational Athletes.

- Committed Athletes of all Levels.

Date 🗓 : July 16th, 2022

Time 🕐: 2:30 pm HST


Mental Training

Mental Training is training, and the skills must be practiced until they become automatic. Mental Training is NOT therapy for athletes. Mental Training is NOT a motivational talk prior to competitions. Mental Training is NOT positive thinking. Mental Training is NOT synonymous with breath training (although biofeedback might include respiratory training). I will clarify this topic and will also share more about:

The latest Biofeedback technology that was used to improve the performance of Olympians and the special forces in the military.

Some of the performance psychology methods that were used to train professional soccer teams in Europe such as the AC Milan.

The role of performance psychology for professionals and the science that is behind the most sophisticated methods to enhance athletic performance.

I am trained and certified in psychophysiological approaches to sports performance. As a mental performance consultant, I received a master’s degree in general psychology with a sport and performance psychology specialization. Also, I am a Sports Performance Consultant certified by the American Board of Sport Psychology, which includes training in Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.

As a professional athlete, I traveled worldwide and competed for more than ten years representing Hawaii and the USA in the Bodyboarding World Tour. My experience as an athlete gives me insight into the world of sports, and graduate schools do not teach you that. 

Other things you will learn:

  • Protocols that were used to train the military special forces and the Olympians (the protocol that I use), which includes psychophysiological approaches to sports performance.

  • What is the role of a therapist, consultant (what I do), and life coach (related to athletic termination).

  • Mindbody connection and stress management related to psychological stressors in sports and life.

  • Muscle to mind and mind to muscle techniques.