Sports Hypnosis

  • Peak performance under pressure
  • Get in the zone and stay there

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Sports Hypnosis: Optimize Your Game

Whether you are a weekend sports enthusiast, a weekly team player, an amateur athlete or a seasoned professional, hypnosis can help you hone your game. Regardless of your age and stage, you can improve your performance by using your subconscious mind and mind-body connection.

Sports hypnosis can help you:

  • Minimize negative self-talk
  • Overcome obstacles to success
  • Boost your confidence
  • Develop mental toughness
  • Improve consistency
  • Maximize your potential
  • Attain peak performance
  • Get in the flow
  • Play in the zone

The following comments are from a 74-year-old gentleman whose name has been omitted to protect client confidentiality. He came to Hypno-Health to correct his golf swing. His formerly smooth swing with woods and long irons had disappeared, replaced by a compromised swing and erratic ball-striking. He resolved his issue at Hypno-Health and reported:

"I have profited immensely. A week ago, I played 18 holes without a single one of those 'grabs from the top'—all my drives and 3-woods were swings! Marvelous! I am delighted with these changes and send you many thanks. Here is a bit more ammunition. Yesterday I played in a Seniors Tournament and had a 38 on the front nine, the lowest 9-hole score I've ever had anywhere. And today, at a long local course, I had an 80, my best score for 18 holes ever! I was putting well, but none of this would have happened if I didn't have a smooth, consistent swing off the tee and fairway—my bugaboo of the past."


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About Hypno-Health
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  • Hugh Sadlier
  • Hypno-Health
  • 15 Sky View Drive
  • Cumberland Foreside, Maine 04110
  • Phone: 207-773-5200
Disclaimer

The services I offer are a form of motivational coaching, combined with instruction in self-hypnosis. Results may vary from person to person and no individual result, statement or testimonial should be assumed to be typical.

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