Mindfulness for Climbers
A 90-minute Workshop Exploring Meditation
February 15, 2020
The brain understands facts.
The heart understands emotions.
The intuition understands truth. Above all, follow your intuition. It will never fail you.
A mindfulness practice is the secret weapon of success to some of the best athletes in the world. Simply, mindfulness is an awareness of our thoughts in the present moment. The power of this action put into practice improves nearly all areas of one’s life. In this one of a kind 90-minute workshop you will develop your own mindfulness practice to improve your climbing game even if you’re a beginner. Clear your mind and find methods to push through blocks, and fire up your physical strength. Learn to use your mind for mental and physical agility, regulate your breathing and find focus. A mindfulness practice will release your limits and create a climbing experience of empowerment and more joy. As a participant, you will receive guided meditation, breathing techniques, time for Q&A and an opportunity to trial a variety of physical and mental practices to determine a very best fit for you. All climbing levels and ages will benefit from this workshop.
About Christine McClellan:
Christine McClellan is an American communications expert. In her twenty-five years of client work, she balances a variety of practices that includes metaphysics, organizational psychology and spiritualism. In 2015, she founded her holistic client practice, Joy Connector, and later a holistic health product line, Joy Collection. Chris has served corporate executive leadership as an advisor and coach for companies such as Time Warner, ESPN/ABC Sports and Citigroup resulting in improved business results and overall team performance. Chris also has 10 years of experience teaching yoga, meditation & somatic movement to children and adults. She holds a BA degree in Communications and Business. She is a certified Spirit Junkie Master Trainer. Chris hails from Shirley, MA currently residing in Costa Mesa, CA.