Are you at the top of your game? Would you like to be? Did you know most athletes perform under their ability at any given time? Athletes defeat themselves based on their thoughts, beliefs and mental programming, at the level beneath conscious thinking. Improve your game where it begins… in your mind!

There has been a long history of hypnosis in sport, often used under different names such as mental or autogenic training. You don't have to look too far in any sport to find great champions using hypnotic techniques to improve performance. Athletes use all kinds of scientific technology to improve their performance including equipment, training advances, nutrition and even applied sports psychology which will usually include focusing and visualization techniques for improvement.

The largest percentage of sports people coming to visit hypnotherapists tends to be those wishing to improve at golf. However, hypnosis can be equally useful with all kinds of individual and competitive sports. The greatest of champions and athletes also tend to be the ones who have learned to think successfully, they have mastered the psychology of their individual sport.

Performance Hypnosis will help you fine-tune your concentration, allowing you to better utilize your body's natural supply of adrenalin. Whether you play to win or just want to play, Performance Hypnosis will help you focus on your goals, keeping your thoughts and actions centered at all times. Using the power of hypnosis, Performance Hypnosis will enable you to hone your skills, improving your mental concentration and physical abilities.

Stay focused. Keep pressure at bay. Perform at your best and be at the top of your game! Visit for more information or to order you hypnosis on CD.

Author's Bio: 

Georgina Powell, CCHt is a board certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and member of the American Board of Hypnotherapy, the National Guild of Hypnotist, the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association, the International Association of Counselors and Therapist and the American Alliance of Hypnotists. She has also been profiled by Psychology Today.