Physical exercise and mental exercise can be a powerful duo.
One can benefit the other.
Partnering these two training tools can potentially help strengthen the commitment your client has to both disciplines.
This can have therefore help client retention.
Providing a supportive and well-rounded service to your clients helps them achieve their goals and keeps them engaged with you.
Here are some potential benefits your clients could experience by including mindfulness.
Some clients may find it daunting adding another element to their schedule, however if you can show them the link between their goals and mindfulness this will be make it more of a natural addition.
Depending on your client’s goal you may choose to highlight some of the above points that you feel specifically relate to their personal training goals.
Making the process easy is really important. Being able to schedule content for them takes a lot of the hassle and potential obstacles away.
It’s simply there - alongside everything else you’re already providing for them.
Ask them how they’re feeling. If they seem time poor, you could schedule short pieces. If they seem resistant to the idea of quieting their mind, perhaps schedule breathing exercises, if they’re struggling with sleep, schedule sleep or body relaxation pieces.
Who knows - you may like to introduce a post-workout meditation or relaxation piece from the selection with your client? This can work with individual clients or with a group class.