References to the use of hypnosis to enhance sports performance have been made in
the literature for a long time.
In 1964, Narcuse found that of 125 Japanese Olympic athletes, only 20% had invested
time found in developing a means of coping with performance anxiety, and few of them
had done this systematically or reliably.In contrast, today cognitive training and
hypnosis training are widely utilized with Olympic athletes and a wide variety of
It is my practice to individually design hypnotic training for athletes based on
their particular needs.
A training plan may be formulated by determining which of ten overall strategies
are needed with the individual athlete:
Enhance sensory awareness and muscle control.
Increased concentration, control internal dialogue, and decrease awareness of unimportant
Control anxiety, anger and emotionality.
Enhance motivation and enthusiasm.
Increase energy, feelings of invigoration, and endurance.
Enhance performance skill.
Increase self-esteem, confidence, and self-efficacy.
Control perception of time and focus on the present experience (time contraction
Resolution of subconscious blocks or conflicts.
Management of discomfort.
Under these ten strategies we may identify and customize the specific hypnotic techniques
that will allow you to accomplish the goals desired. Sports Hypnotherapy is equally
effective in all disciplines and for professionals or amateurs alike, whatever your
personal level of expertise or technical ability, a positive mental approach will
enable you to perform consistently to the very best of your ability. If you would
like any more details, please call the office at 866-866-4271, or send e-mail.
36880 Woodward Ave, Suite 107, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304