Theory of change
For most of human history, a great deal of emphasis has been placed on the physical, mental and emotional well-being of the warriors of that generation. The performance and longevity of these warriors were integral in not just the protection of that generation but also its progress.
It is my belief that this generation’s warriors are agents of change, those who are fighting for a better tomorrow by bringing about awareness, education and reforms for the betterment of humans, the environment and animals.
A quick glance at the world today clearly showcases that those who have access to the best trainers and coaches are those in show business, finance and politics. This perspective needs to be shifted where the emphasis is to enhance the performance and longevity of agents of change through coaching them to move, eat, rest, meditate and breathe better. The amount of impact they create can be compounded by improving their health, fitness and wellness.
Having spent the first two decades of my life pursuing a career in professional tennis, performing under pressure and bringing my ‘A’ game under strenuous circumstances became second nature. Upon retiring from the sport, I spent over a decade seeking the connection between the body and the mind. During this time I also qualified as a teacher of yoga, nutrition, movement, meditation and breathwork.
Through my immersion in these physical quests, I also derived clarity regarding what I have to offer towards building a better tomorrow. This led me to set up my passion project, Mind The Breath.
At Mind The Breath, we aim to enhance the capabilities of agents in the change sector through a transfer of knowledge, experience and techniques. We offer personalised, holistic coaching for free to organisations and individuals who are actively working towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals set forth by the United Nations.