WIMB is so excited to partner with Emily Saul of E Saul Movement
About sport psychology coaching with E Saul Movement:
So many of us use fitness, sport, and movement to improve our quality of life. The reasons vary. We want to be healthier, achieve physical goals, counter-balance life’s responsibilities, chase adventure, or just experience playfulness and joy.
If you’re nodding your head in agreement, then you’re already on the right track. But do you sometimes find yourself stuck? Do you sometimes wish for more?
While a physical practice has the potential to offer great rewards, we also often get in our own way which results in getting less out of it than we want.
We find ourselves living too much “in our own heads” and end up in cycles of frustration, lacking confidence, or doubting our potential. Other times we carry out our practices routinely and mindlessly, while feeling unmotivated, uninspired, bored, or unfulfilled. We might see our intentions get blurry or feel our goals slip “out of reach.”
We don’t always know how to get over the hard spots like training that just isn’t going as expected, injury, or the struggle of trying to take things to the next level. And we don’t always know how to find more meaning or purpose in our movement.
In this place, it’s hard to cultivate and experience the full potential we have within us.
We are moving, but we want more.
E Saul Movement is a unique approach to unlocking your potential by dissolving mental barriers and finding the powerful connection between our minds and bodies. We offer a style of sport psychology coaching, grounded in clinical psychology, all focused on physical movement as the tool for sparking forward movement in all aspects of your life.
About me: I have a Master’s degree in Sport Psychology and am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. Since 2014, I have been co-leading the free fitness movement November Project in Boston, where I motivate and challenge athletes of all abilities and walks of life, from middle aged couch-to-5Kers to elite 20-something triathletes, all while harnessing the power of community.
I was a Division I collegiate rower (7 seat for life!), coached Strength & Conditioning at Harvard for seven years, and am an avid marathon runner on road and trail.
I have a deep desire to help athletes, fitness enthusiasts, and anyone who moves to find the potential inside them. Drilling into the mysteries and nuances of the athletic brain and igniting its full power is my passion and my calling. I am confident in my ability to see the “awesome” inside you and together we can help you discover your potential most fully.
Format & Rates:
Coaching is offered in one-to-one sessions and group sessions.
All initial sessions are one-to-one, for up to 90 min and offered at no cost. This includes orientation to the coaching process, alignment of coaching goals, and determination of fit for coaching collaboration.
Ongoing sessions offered with single-session or discounted package rates.
Interested in scheduling an introductory/initial session? Contact me at email@example.com