How does EFT help athletes?
Peak performance is all about getting out of
our own way. This is true whether you’re a golfer,
a tennis player, a runner or a team
No matter how hard you work at your sport—how
hard you train or study or try—your performance
can quickly be derailed by:
- Negative thoughts
- Past defeats
- Lack of self-confidence.
Most athletes know that one of the main barriers to this better performance is due to the “mental part” of the game – not the psychology of playing the game, which their coach covers, but the individual athlete’s mental/emotional readiness to win.
The question is: Are you ready to win? What is holding you back?
A new cutting-edge, short-term treatment called Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) has helped many athletes get past their internal hurdles, whether they’re golfers plagued by "the yips," tennis players struggling with their backhand, runners who've hit the wall, team players who can't quite make it click, or coaches with a crisis in self-confidence. Recreational, elite and professional athletes have greatly benefited from EFT treatment, boosting performance to levels they had not anticipated. Athletes also experience a significant increase in range of motion and quicker recovery from injuries.
I feel privileged to help people in many athletic pursuits clear themselves of old cellular habits and anxieties — and break through to profound new performance levels. Check out the ways athletes attest to what EFT has done for them.
Bernadette is easy to talk to, very comfortable
to work with. Her work gives you a new channel
for your thoughts, a channel to calmness. It really
motivates positive shot-making.
— Participant in 2006 Golf Clinic