HI! I’m Rebekah Dixon.
I was a Figure Skater who struggled with perfectionism, competition nerves and confidence. This held me back from achieving my greatest goals as an athlete. I was inspired to use my training and experience to create the Mind-Body Performance Mental Training Program, a one of a kind program focused on strengthening the Figure Skater’s mindset. It is everything I needed when I was a young skater with big dreams and I know it will work for you!
Mental Training for Clubs
Mental Training for Skaters
Working with Rebekah on my mental performance made a huge difference in my final year of competitive figure skating. I was in a rut in my personal and professional life and Rebekah was the change I desperately needed. She gave me tools and tricks that I had never tried before to change how I viewed my training and competitions.
Our work together gave me the confidence that I needed to finish out my career in a way that I could be proud of.
Rebekah came into our sessions with a knowledge and understanding of what I needed while maintaining a professional demeanor. I am so grateful for our work together.
Thanks to Rebekah, we were able to dig deep and rebuild my mindset and I was able to go to the Olympics with my strongest mental game and succeed in winning a bronze and gold medal.
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