I have MELT (Myofascial Energetic Length Technique) certifications which is another mind/body modality. I have been certified three years ago and teach it both as group instruction, one-on-one by itself and integrate it into other personal training modalities.
I also have a Pilates certification but really do not use it at all,
The next certification I am interested in is the willPower Method, so yeah, I’m all about mind/body…and feet!
I’ve also participated in a bootcamp that ended with a quick meditation, hands to the heart and a Namaste so to me that says the whole body experience is being embraced everywhere!
Hi Robyn. I consider that I practice mind-body training almost everyday that I work with my athletic clients. I constantly give them combined physical and mental challenges by having them process mental calculations and answers WHILE performing challenging physical exercises. I also work with them on a lot of mental imagery. I have found these practices to help my young athletes immensely with their concentration and mental toughness.