Climbing Psychology Coaching
Are you sometimes frustrated, when your head prevents you from progressing further in your climbing? Do you feel that you physical ability surpasses your mental ability? We can help with our climbing psychology coaching workshop.
In our Climbing Psychology coaching workshop, we look at what happens in the brain when fear kicks in. We look at ways to deal with this fear, and how we can progressively manage this, to try and improve our climbing.
In the workshop we will look at:
- Fear and how it manifests itself in the brain
- Optimal performance
- Our mindset
- Fear of failure
- How to progressively expose the brain
- Habits and motivation
- Falling exercises
- Coping strategies
- The influence of thoughts
By the end of the climbing psychology coaching workshop, you will have learnt more about yourself, and grown in confidence in your own ability. And have an array of strategies to take away, and progress further in your climbing.
The workshop tends to be 5-6 hours long, and is very intensive. The client-to-instructor ratio does not exceed 10:1, so that we can give you our fullest attention.
All of our courses are tailored to suit your availability and experience, taking into account any individual needs and fitness levels.
23 November 2023 – The Depot in Manchester
24 November 2023 – Big Rock Bond in Milton Keynes
25 November 2023 – The Reach Climbing wall in London
Follow the lionk below for bookings:
We will discuss any specific kit requirements with you when you make a booking.
This workshop is suitable for the competent lead climber, and lead belayer. Some instruction will be given, but we expect you to be comfortable with lead belaying and lead climbing.
If you would like to do some further reading on the subject, we produced a book recently called Climbing Psychology. This is available from lots of outlets, or from us via the link below:
ready to book this course?