Imagine, your child enters our gym and they are buzzing with excitement and anticipation. There senses are on high alert soaking in every detail of this new place. Your child look around the room and see happy faces and eager hearts. There’s electricity in the air, they can sense great things happen here. Their mind wonders and feel a sense of hope with what the possibilities could be.
Your new little gymnast feels the embrace of their coaches and team members who encourage them while performing their skills. The cheers and claps create a safety net to be vulnerable, knowing their coach and team members have their back. They have full trust in the process just by the way their coaches talk to them. Making them feel like they are the only one in the room. And that their journey here matters.
Throughout their journey, your child may find themselves fighting with their limiting beliefs which may sound like ‘I can’t do this’, ‘i’ll never get it’, ‘it’s impossible’, ‘i’m not as good as _____’
Your child's coaches intervene to help navigate the internal battle. Your coach will catch them out on their negative dialogue and educate them on a new empowering perspective.
They learn how to strengthen their empowering beliefs and ignite that fire within.
Those two voices will take turns being the loudest and we will mentor them to learn to discipline the mind and choose which one to listen to.
There's a transformation that occurs over time after experiencing many battles and victories. Your child has now strengthened their empowering beliefs as if they have been carved into their bones. It is now part of their core being. They hold the power to transform their own lives and empower others around them.
Your child paves a new way forward and rise above any adversities that cross their path. And if their world crumbles, they remain strong, standing tall. Unshakeable.
Your child grows into a helpful leader who lift others up because they see themselves in them. Your child not only believes in themselves, but they now believe in others.
They embody this resilient mindset and apply it to their school, careers, relationships and service to their community. For some, this can be outside the gym and for others they will stay to serve the next generation of gymnasts.