Date: Thu, November 05, 2020
Time: 7:00PM - 8:00PM
Mindfulness is being fully present in the moment, aware of our thoughts and feelings but not judging them or allowing them to distract ourselves or our athletes. But how can you use the techniques of mindfulness to reduce stress and improve performance for yourself and your athletes?
Learn new tools to recognize and move past negative self-talk while training your brain to embrace mistakes, leading to higher levels of confidence and more positive emotions.
Participants receive 1 NCCP PD Point
Dr. Rachel Lindvall is the co-founder of The Mindful Project with Canadian Olympian, Erin McLeod. The Mindful Project, a mindfulness curriculum based on Rachel’s doctoral research, was created to empower students and athletes to reach their potential.
Rachel is also a university professor and women’s soccer coach with a Doctorate in Mindfulness Research. She holds a Master’s degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in sport psychology and a Bachelor’s in Physical Education with an emphasis in athletic training.
In January 2019, Rachel was named a Presidential Scholar in recognition for her service to society and dedication to intellectual growth. Rachel brings decades of experience as a certified mental coach and mental skills consultant for university sports teams since 2010 and an NATABOC-certified athletic trainer since 2000. She has also spent over two decades coaching collegiate women’s soccer at the NCAA and NAIA levels across the United States.
Rachel’s passion for empowering students, athletes, and people of all ages has been the catalyst for her doctoral research in mindfulness. She aims to make mindfulness an approachable, accessible tool that people can use to become the best version of themselves.
How to Register?
CAO and Hydro One are excited to present this new opportunity through our continued Safe Sport 101 partnership. Safe Sport 101 is a new virtual hub designed to give coaches the tools they need to make sport safe, fun and inclusive for all. This partnership with Hydro One will bring a series of upcoming webinars focused on safety in sport. Together we are helping to build a culture of safety both physically and emotionally for coaches and athletes across Ontario.
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By completing the NCCP Planning a Practice module you will be able to organize a well-structured practice plan with safe, age-appropriate activities you’ve designed to match the proficiency level of participants.
This is a Competition Introduction multi-sport course. By completing this module you will be able to create a sound outline for your sport program that includes competition and training events.
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