Meike Babel: Mindfulness For Coaches to Help Playersby Womens Tennis Coaching Association
"Mindfulness" is a skill that you hear many of the top players talk about.
Djokovic, credits his inner game and his mindfulness practice for much of his recent dominance. He also credits mindfulness to much of his personal development.
So, what IS mindfulness?
How can we help our players develop it?
What are the benefits?
In Mindfulness for Coaches to Help Players, Meike Babel answers all of these questions and more.
If you want your players to:
- Reach their highest potential on and off court
- Be still, calm, and focused in the biggest moments
- And be able to quickly move past setbacks...
Then this course will help you, tremendously!
She played in 19 Grand Slams and represented Germany, in Fed Cup competition. She had wins over Gigi Fernancez, Helena Sukova, Natalia Medvedeva, and Zina Garrison.
After retiring from the WTA Tour, Meike became the Assistant Coach for Women's Tennis at Tulane University and Vanderbilt University.
In 2008, Meike graduated from Vanderbilt with a degree in Human and Organizational Development. She received further training from Duke University Integrative Medicine to assist clients in behavior modification and she is also a Mental Toughness Specialist certified by Dr. Jim Loehr’s Human Performance Institute.
Meike is currently coaching in Denver, CO and works as Mental Skills coach with the Women's Tennis team at Vanderbilt as well as individual athletes from different sports. She is also serving as USTA Regional Training Center Mental Skills Coach.