What’s the ESP difference?

A unique approach which refines sub-conscious patterning to create

  • Physical and bio-mechanical excellence
  • Psychological focus and clarity
    • Significant reduction in COVID-related stress and PTSD
  • Unlocking elite performance potential

ESP Philosophy

Leveraging Jane’s innate ESP

 For every high performance athlete or team, an integrated multi-variate approach is used to remove any limitations to performance.

It is common for high performers to already use an array of specialists to improve their performance. The ESP approach builds on this current knowledge-base and multiplies it by integrating powerful techniques which align the  physical and psychological subconscious drivers of performance.  

The result – Elite Sports Performance.

1. Physical Assessment

  a. Physical remediation using massage, acupuncture & reflexology,

  b. Injury prevention via technique review

  c. Biomechanical optimisation looks at balancing a player in terms of technique, fitness, balance (Left & right) that delivers exceptional physical performance, physiological alignment that aides in injury prevention and greater performance efficiency.  

e.g.  if a runner can extend their stride by 2-3 cms, without any incremental energy expended, there is increased efficiency,  higher output and greater speed. The combination – for the duration of a game = elite sports performance.

2. Psychological (sports psyche) Assessment:   

  a. Off-field Psychological aspects: looks at specific social & emotional EXTERNAL environmental impacts  (call it Covid-stress), which is prevalent in their psyche, including: personal security & stability, relationships both off-the-field and with teammates, fear of some threat that they cannot control, and the feeling of being constantly under attack. E.g.: PTSD-like symptoms that are prevalent and widespread in the current environment.  In some people, this is like not filling their “space” or not having enough “presence”.

  b. On-field  Psychological aspects: looks at their on-field sports psyche around the game and factors affecting their game from the INSIDE.  This includes team mate relationships, clarity of role, leadership alignment, personal confidence and factors brought to the game or competition like ego / private life / social media / lock down / virus fears / family strains that are unconsciously being brought onto the field.

  c. Body-Mind Integration, with an understanding of the tangible and intangible stresses for each player (sports psyche assessment) and how this affects their overall performance and outcomes on the field. 

There are unique strategies to specifically target the weak links in the player’s physical or psychological makeup (eg: identifying new barriers to elite sports performance that hitherto haven’t been part of the understanding of the game environment) and then rebuilding whole-of-person dynamics to deliver Elite Sports Performance in their environment, for the team. 

3. Multi-layered Integrated treatment modalities include:

  1. Physical therapy (appropriate and specific therapy) for each player to remediate, prevent and build capability.
  2. Biodynamic & synergistic treatment (which leads to physical and psychological cohesion at an individual level, a characteristic of elite sports performers)
  3. then bringing this together with the other team members into the integrated Team dynamic’s ESP approach.
  4. while Jane is based in Melbourne, she is able to and does work remotely. This can be facilitated using a proxy (a team physio or conditioning person) who can collaborate with Jane in delivering the appropriate treatment as required.