Mindfulness Meditation + Sports & Positive Psychology + Neuroscience + Group Coaching = mPEAK
Next Course Runs: January 19, 26, February 2, 9, 16, 23, March 2, and 9 at 5:30 pm -7:30 pm (PST)
mPEAK (Mindful Performance Enhancement, Awareness and Knowledge) is an 8-week course in mindfulness training for anyone seeking to meet their goals and attain new levels of performance and well-being.
WHAT IS mPEAK?
mPEAK is offered in a safe and supportive environment for exploring how we typically respond to challenges and opportunities and provides tools for becoming more adept at meeting and overcoming these obstacles to enhance performance and well-being. The emphasis of the program is on enhancing attentional and emotional resources, as well as personal capacities for mindfulness and compassion. The mPEAK course is currently being offered once per week virtually via ZOOM over the course of 8-weeks (two hours per session).
mPEAK (Mindfulness, Performance Enhancement, Awareness & Knowledge) is a mindfulness training program for anyone seeking to achieve personal and professional goals, as well as attain new levels of performance and success. This cutting-edge training program is built around the latest brain research related to peak performance, resilience, focus, and “flow”. The mPEAK program enhances the human capacity of mindfulness through established and empirically supported practices and exercises. Mindfulness is effective precisely because it is a way of being and relating to all aspects of life, rather than a specific technique or tool for a particular goal. As with physical training, this brain training program is based upon the understanding that optimal outcomes occur most often when participants continue to engage in the practices and exercises on a daily basis as a part of their training regimen. The foundation of this program is based on the highly respected and empirically-supported Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program. Additionally, mPEAK incorporates elements of sports psychology, positive psychology and specific exercises formulated to correspond to recent neuroscientific findings and related research regarding optimal performance.