Saturday, February 10, 2018

Guided Imagery at the Olympics

The New York Times has a wonderful video series detailing the use of Guided Imagery by Olympic Athletes.

I use techniques like these for my self and recommend them for my students to help them perform  their best in auditions and other situations when they're under pressure.

Each time the Olympics are on, I try to catch any interviews or stories about the athletes' preparation and use them in my approach and in my teaching.

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