In Part 1, Camilla and Zoe will be discussing how sport psychology can impact performance, how we overcome the struggles and understanding the mental component of our sport.
Section 1 – Intro to Sport Psychology / Dealing with Challenges
Intro to Sport Psychology
What can we get from Sport Psychology – how do it apply to you?
The Challenges & Struggles – How do we understand them?
How do we overcome these struggles?
The importance of the application of Sport Psychology in response to the common problems.
Section 2 – Developing Confidence
The Significance of Confidence in Sport
Understanding what affects our confidence positively & negatively
Developing Confidence – Taking Control & Autonomy
Developing the Ideal Mindset.
Section 3 – Pilates – Kat Rowley
How to Book:
Phone: Camilla 07796 844170 Zoe 07919 890303
Cost: £45 pp
Future Follow Up Workshops To be Continued: (Discounts offered to those who purchased tickets for Part 1)
Part 2 – Will be arranged in May – Performing Under Pressure
Part 3 – Will be arranged in June – Developing Mental Resilience
Meet the Speakers:
Camilla Henderson BSc, MSc, MBPsS
Camilla is currently working in her fourth season with Swindon Town Football club, and has previously worked for four seasons with Bristol Rugby at Premiership level. Camilla also runs her own private practice with equestrian clients across all disciplines; she has worked with international polo players, dressage riders, show jumpers and event riders.
Camilla also lectures in Sport & Exercise Psychology, as well as running workshops for groups of athletes, teams, (including juniors & adolescents), coaches and parents of adolescent athletes. Camilla regularly runs workshops for equestrian coaches and instructors on seminar training days, delivers talks and presentations for various Riding Clubs and Hunt Clubs & also for various teams & organisations within the field of all things equestrian! Camilla started riding at a young age, surrounded by horses throughout, competed up towards JRN level and now rides regularly as an amateur Jockey.
Zoe Taylor BSc, MSc, MBPsS
Zoe is currently the Academy Sport Psychologist for Harlequins rugby. Her work has seen her working with a range of clients and sports, such as fencing, badminton, basketball and riders to name a few! Her research interests have explored talent management and career transitions in event riders. In her spare time, she enjoys competing at Intermediate Eventing on her horse Finn with ambitions to go Advanced this season.
Kat Rowley – Pilates Instructor
Kat is a fully qualified Pilates teacher who currently works with the Harlequins First Team. Kat will be taking the final section of the workshop which will be a 50 minute Pilates session, focusing on the core problematic areas that are commonly associated with riders. Kat will be teaching us how we can strengthen and develop our engagement in those specific key areas.