We’re really delighted to launch a brand new CPD Day – Introduction to HeartMath® with 2 time Olympian and 6 times World Champion kayaker Anna Hemmings MBE. As well as being well known for her sporting achievements, Anna is a performance coach, motivational speaker and a master HeartMath® Trainer. On 9th September at Latimer Place, The Coaching Academy will be running:
An Introduction to HeartMath®
HeartMath® is known worldwide for its success in the areas of increased performance, leadership effectiveness and stress reduction.
Delegates attending the Introduction to HeartMath® day will:
• Understand the physiology of stress and performance and learn how to prevent stress before it happens • Increase performance, emotional clarity and resilience with scientifically proven methods that will enable you to tackle problems in a calm and effective manner • Discover a new physiological and emotional baseline for increased health, wellbeing and effectiveness.
Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place
For those of you already on the CPD Programme this could be 1 of your 10 days. Alternatively (or if you have already attended all 10 days) you can book your place on Introduction to HeartMath® CPD Day for £247 + VAT.
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