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Building Higher Levels of Sporting Performance

Sports people challenge the limits of human achievement. Performing in a pressure filled world of split second action, they must respond at peak levels physically, mentally and psychologically.

The demands for victory are great. A winning athlete must be in top physical condition; the mind needs to be strong and clear; and they should have a strong, positive, confident attitude that stays with them even in tense situations. A training technique is now available that works to improve the athlete in all areas at once.

Vedic Mediation naturally dissolves away the tension and fatigue that impairs reaction times, concentration, courage, and continued successful performance of an athlete.

 

Donna’s experience

“I wanted to let you know that I am continuing with meditation on a regular basis and have found that it has enabled me to train for a marathon which is on at the beginning of November.

I would never have contemplated it without the help of meditation (I’m sure) and just wanted to say thank you. I feel a whole different person since a year ago.”
Donna McIntosh

 

The regular practice of Vedic Meditation revitalizes the body and mind, producing greater energy, mental strength and self-sufficiency in action.

 

Physical: When the body is free of stress and strain, it naturally performs more dynamically. The regular practice of the Vedic Meditation technique brings about:

  • Faster running speed
  • Faster reaction time
  • Increased power
  • Improved Sleep patterns
  • Improved mind/body coordination
  • Decreased tiredness and fatigue
  • Improved skill levels
  • Increased vital capacity (ability to inhale more oxygen)
  • Increased hemoglobin levels (ability to absorb more oxygen)
  • Improved cardiovascular efficiency (more responsiveness to training
  • Increased endurance
  • Increased agility
  • Faster more complete recovery from training, competition and injuries
  • Decreased blood lactate levels (lactate brings fatigue)

Mental: When the mind is clear and strong, it can direct the body’s action quickly, efficiently and accurately. Mental alertness is the basis of successful completion.

When the mind and body are healthy, strong and well-integrated they naturally strengthen a person’s attitude and character.

Full Potential: These integrated benefits for mind and body come simply and naturally. The Vedic Mediation technique enlivens the body with deeper rest than sleep. The regular practice of Vedic Mediation allows the mind to become more clear and orderly. The technique is easy and pleasant to do and gives the athlete a rapid means to recover from strenuous practice and completion.

Because the benefits from the regular practice of Vedic Meditation accumulate with time, levels of energy and mental alertness increase over the course of the season. Instead of being worn down by the length and pressure of the season, the athlete has a technique to dissolve stress and fatigue and move progressively toward use of their full potential.

Learn how to Meditate in 3 Easy Steps

Step one: Introduction
The first step to learning Vedic Meditation is arranging a free “Introduction” session.
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Step two: Instruction
Instruction takes place over five days with each session lasting approximately two hours. Click here for more …

Step three: Personal experience
By the end of the course you will have all the knowledge and experience you need to meditate on your own at home; you have learned a technique, not become part of a group or organisation. Click here for more …

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