Performances, whether on the field, stage or at a desk, demand mental resiliency. Students and athletes need to know, and how to be taught, how to clear mental clutter, to integrate past blunders and to strengthen focus and concentration through mind~body based techniques.
There is a critical transition from learning mode and training to competition that allows assess to the learning one has become proficient at. Prior to a performance, athletes and students often hear "relax" which is the worst possible directive to hear. You want your system to be gearing up and you must manage this movement with great certainty and focus. Mental strategies offer performers a reliable method.
Procrastination, game day error patterns, repeated injuries, low achievement and emotional instability reveal performance issues that can be resolved. Slumps, blocks, injuries and repeat patterns hold the power for performance. How will you play your next game?
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College records broken ~ All-American wins ~ Team positions secured ~ First place victories
Sanna has been featured in Dance Magazine, Dance Studio Life and Dance Spirit for her pioneering work with dancers and stage competitors.
1 to 1 Strategizing Sessions
Team and Group classes
Laser Focus Coaching
Audio for Performances
Ultimate Sleep for Sports and Competition used by Edmund Nelson
Stepping to Sleep for dancers recommended by Dance Magazine
Performance Excellence (2 tracks)
Edmund Nelson, Steeler Analyst, endorses Ultimate Sleep! "I usually think this stuff is hocus pocus, but I actually slept really well with Sanna's Ultimate Sleep program. It is very effective and calming. I felt rested. I don't hear it all the way through because I am sleeping soundly. I endorse Ultimate Sleep for Sports and Competition as a another tool to help improve athletic performance."
Four Month Slump to All-American: "I don't know if you recall that you treated an athlete from Pitt last week, but as his uncle, I would like to say THANK YOU! It's impossible to know exactly what made him come back and perform very well during the NCAA wrestling finals this weekend, but I suspect that it had something to do with you." "He was a great wrestler, but never had the composure to finish strong at the national finals. Late this season he had been wrestling way below his capability and was on a losing streak. That was not the case this weekend - he wrestled strong and won an "All American" title - 8th in the nation.' The interesting thing is that during his last bout to secure "All American" status, he suffered a concussion early in the round. He kept wrestling like he was on autopilot and eventually got the win after 2 tiebreaker periods. It was really amazing to watch. Unfortunately, the injury forced him to withdraw from the competition so he could not advance any further than 8th. I wanted you to know that I believe you had something to do with his turnaround." Carl H., Pgh.
Stage Panic Terminated: "My daughter, Alice, aspires to dance professionally. She is 13. Last year stage panic hit hard. I found Sanna by googling and saw that she works with dancers! In three sessions, Alice was back in the swing of things and placed 6th in the new age group of 13 - 6 year olds! It was so great to see her loving dance again." Beth, Pittsburgh