It's not talent or luck that allows you to succeed.
It's deciding to make your dreams a reality,
which is in the power of understanding your Mindset.
...and I can help you get there faster.
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#+ “Working with Chris has ended up being a pivotal point in Victor’s climbing. In a surprisingly short period, Victor went from experiencing frustration in competition and projecting to a true love of climbing and a genuine appreciation and satisfaction in his efforts. More importantly, he is now proud of his attitude despite the results. But because of his changed attitude, the results are also more in line with his skills and training. He’s learning important life skills and I envy him that he gets to learn them now.”
-Melanie Marier, proud Mom of Victor who placed 16th at 2016 National Climbing Competition & Oscar 2016 National Climbing Champ in boulder and sport
3+ YEARS LATER...
"I think I said this before but I love that my boys want to include you in their process. They sometimes need to be reminded that you're there, so it was good that you got in touch a few weeks ago. There are very few things that you can POSITIVELY IDENTIFY, as a parent, that you DID WELL, and FINDING YOU WAS ONE OF THEM." Jan 2020
“Chris is an energetic, knowledgeable, and encouraging teacher. She offers many tools and exercises to help you explore and evolve any area of your life from fitness and diet to work and relationships. It was a class I looked forward to each week and opened my eyes to many opportunities and changes in my life. I liked that it developed more than a strong body and strong mind!”
-Tanya Alexander, Freelance Chef, Snowboarder, Hiker
"Some of the benefits I've gained from working on my mindset is that I am able to focus more. I am able to control my breathing and how I am on the [climbing] wall. Lastly, I am able to stay positive and control the controllables."
-Alexander Watt, 11 y.o. Rock Climber
Mom said after three mindset sessions, This [Divisional Competition] was the first time I wasn't nervous watching Alexander climb because he wasn't getting frustrated, stayed calm and kept trying after a mistake.