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.
From The Blog
Building Resiliency and Preparing for the Unexpected
Last week I had the opportunity to attend my first Canada Games. This event is like a mini-Olympics for Canadian athletes. In figure skating, the top two Pre-Novice skaters in each discipline and from each province get selected to attend. The event happens only every...
You don’t need to Control your Competition Nerves!?
What if you didn’t need to control your competition nerves? This is the question I am left asking after completing the Mindful Sport Performance Enhancement training course. For years, I have been teaching athletes strategies to help them control their competition...
Reflect before you Goal set
As we begin a new year, it is important to reflect on the one that has just passed. Too often athletes set a goal, work hard, and by the time they accomplish the goal they are on to the next one. Without taking a moment to celebrate the win, you may quickly find...