- June 1, 2019
- Saturday, 1PM to 5PM
Learn practices to improve physical, mental, and emotional self-awareness that will help you successfully respond to stressful situations in climbing–and life.
Over the course of 4 hours, participants will practice movement, meditation, breathwork, mindset activities, and conversations that connect yogic philosophy, psychological research, and personal experiences with their love for climbing.
For the first 2 hours, Steven will lead participants through movement, meditation, and activities that encourage each person to honestly explore and address their physical, mental, and emotional barriers preventing them from climbing at their highest potential. Next, participants will work to recognize and reprogram beliefs, as well as practice strategies to reduce stress and optimize performance.
Armed with new narratives and psychosomatic tools, Quinn will coach climbers for the last 2 hours to refine technique and learn to lead through an embedded Lead 101 course. Beginning with foundational techniques on the ground, and finishing with on-the-wall strategies, participants will apply lessons from the first 2 hours to this performance portion of the class.
Participants will leave this workshop with new practices for cultivating self-awareness, tools to manage negative thoughts and stress, and new knowledge and technique to feel confident when climbing.
– Must be able to climb a 5.10 top rope – without hanging
– Recommended three (3) months climbing experience
Members – $100 / Non-members – $120