Learn to De-Stress Fast with Massage & Positive Self-Talk!

Relieve Stress and Get Your Emotions Back On Track Naturally with Chinese Acupressure Massage and Positive Self-Talk!
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Published 4/2016 English

Course Description

'Learn to de-stress fast with massage and positive self-talk!' is a course you can take which teaches you how to be more involved in your own health care, by using brief physical and mental strategies you can use in times and places that suit you. 

Dr Jakob Bargak has created a series of video clips which show you how to use self massage to bring about reduced tension under various circumstances. Dr Michelle Pain has created a series of videos that is based on principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (that is, paying attention to the things you think and do), with productive thoughts and strategies suggested.

The topics covered include:
Deep Breathing techniques
Using positive self talk (including tips to using imagery, and why positive self talk works)
What is acupressure, how to perform acupressure, and who benefits from acupressure
Some specific demonstrations and treatments are suggested for
    Depression
    Anxiety, and 
    Sport and Fitness... Over 50 videos of content!

This course is suitable for anybody who notices they feel stressed, and want to know more about taking action to reduce their own stress levels, either without taking medication or as an adjunct to to the care offered under medical supervision.

The course is largely video-based. It should take about 2 hours to try out all the material at least once, but then students may wish to re-visit those topics which they found most applicable to their individual circumstances. Eventually, with repeated use, it is expected that students would not need to refer to the course material at all because they know what works for them and how to do it.

What are the requirements?

  • Internet access, an open mind, a willingness to apply what you learn and ask questions to support their own learning

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Maintain Composure in Stressful Situations
  • Learn Fast, Simple Ways to De-Stress & Relax

What is the target audience?

  • People who have trouble relaxing & managing stress
  • Entrepreneurs, Office Workers, Business Owners, Students
  • Someone who is in stressful line of work
  • Someone who wants all-natural, effective & safe ways to de-stress

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
03:50

Hello,

Welcome to 'Learn to De-stress fast with massage and positive self talk'. Dr Jakob Bargak and I have combined our skills to present this course, and we're excited to share simple strategies you can use to improve your mental and physical health.

It is important for you to know that watching the videos will not be enough for you to gain the full benefits of this course. We'd like you to commit to watching each of the videos at least once, and for those videos which best meet your needs, trying each of skills more than one time. It is only with consistent practice that you can expect to improve.

Changing some small actions and thoughts on your part - guided by the content in this course - can have a very large impact on the quality of your life.

These techniques are designed to be done at times and in places that are best for you, but no relaxation sequence ought to be attempted if you need to be alert or operate machinery (such as driving a car).

And one more proviso - if you have a medical issue that needs attention, Dr Bargak and I want you to seek advice from a medical professional to treat that issue in the first instance. The content of this course is ideal as an adjunct to medical treatment, but does not replace the advice of a practitioner who can see you in person and diagnose your issue. Indeed, by using this course content you are encouraged to take your physical and mental health seriously. This course gives you easy-to-implement strategies that should lead to a more de-stressed life.

Having said that, this course is for anyone who wants to take a more active role in looking after their mental and physical health. We are teaching you brief strategies that with practice, should help you de-stress in no time! They are designed to be used as frequently as you require. Who would use this information? It's for everybody who knows they are way too stressed, and would like to take steps to de-stress. I think that is nearly all of us!

Dr Bargak and I each have about 30 years experience in our respective fields. Dr Bargak treats various diseases of the nervous system, lungs, heart, stomach and other organs using acupressure, treating children and adults. I am a practicing sport psychologist working in Melbourne, Australia, and I also teach at the tertiary level. I use the self talk technique with elite athletes (but they are for everyone!). You can imagine that elite athletes face pressure moments when they need to perform in major competitions, or when representing their country....it's no good hoping that stress will go away by itself! You have to remind yourself of productive thoughts and behaviours that will help you manage the situation better, so you can perform your best. Both of us like to teach treatment methods that help people fast and effectively without side effects. We both have courses here on Udemy, because we believe in putting our knowledge out to the whole world at a reasonable price, so everyone can benefit from these techniques.

In this course, each section has a heading related to a particular situation (relaxation, depression, anxiety, and health and fitness). Dr Bargak's acupressure videos are presented first in each section, and then comes my self talk video (or videos). There are quizzes for each section to test your own knowledge.

Dr Bargak and I welcome your comments and feedback, and we hope you will ask questions and raise issues using the blue 'add discussion' button on the right side of the screen. Please do introduce yourselves to us, and to the community of students undertaking this course.

We thank you for taking this course, and look forward to hearing from you.


Dr Michelle Pain and Dr Jakob Bargak

Section 2: Benefits of deep breathing for relaxation
Deep breathing technique
Preview
03:46
Section 3: Self talk
Tips for using imagery
Preview
02:44
Why changing self talk from negative to positive works
Preview
01:51
Section 4: Acupressure
What is Acupressure?
Article
How To Perform the Acupressure Massage?
Article
How To Benefit Most From the Acupressure Treatment?
Article
Frequently Asked Questions on Acupressure
Article
Section 5: Relaxation
01:02

The Acupressure Point Zu san li is especially effective to relax from psychological stress. The point is located a handbreadth under the kneecap and thumb's breadth on the outer side next to the edge of the shinbone. Watch the video to find the Point on the left leg.

Massage the Point Zu san li on the left leg with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Zu san li on the right leg und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:53

The Acupressure Point Qu chi is especially effective to relax from physical work. Bend your left lower arm in elbow so that the lower arm touches the upper arm. You will see a wrinkle in the middle of the elbow joint. The Point is at the end of the wrinkle. Watch the video to find the Point.

Massage the Point Qu chi on the left hand with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Qu chi on the right hand und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:45

The Acupressure Point Shao ze is especially effective to relax from work at computer. The Point is on the outer edge of the base of the nail on the little finger. Watch the video to find the Point on the left hand.

Massage the Point Shao ze with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Shao ze on the right hand and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:58

The Acupressure Point Shen men is especially effective to relax from learning. Look at your palm on the left hand. Push the forefinger of the right hand on the right side of the little finger on the left hand towards the forearm. Watch the video to find the Point.

Massage the Point Shen men on the left hand with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Shen men on the right hand und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:50

The Acupressure Point San yin jiao is especially effective to relax from sport. The Point is a handbreadth above the upper edge of the inner ankle. Watch the video to find the Point on the left leg.

Massage the Point San yin jiao on the left leg with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point San yin jiao on the right leg und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

01:00

The Acupressure Point Yin ling quan is especially effective to relax before sex. Sit down. Find the top of the shinbone on the left leg. Now, push the forefinger of a hand downwards the leg until it meets a dimple. The Point is in the dimple. Watch the video to find the Point on the left leg.

Massage the Point on the left leg with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Yin ling quan on the right leg und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:51

The Acupressure Point Chi ze is especially effective to relax, in order to sleep well. Bend your left lower arm to 90 degrees in elbow. The Point is on the inner side of the elbow joint, above the string. Watch the video to find the Point.

Massage the Point Chi ze with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Chi ze on the right hand und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

01:00

The Acupressure Point He gu is especially effective to adapt to weather changes. The Point is between the thumb and the forefinger, in the middle of the (uplifting) muscles. Watch the video to find the Point on the left hand.

Massage the Point He gu on the left hand with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point He gu on the right hand und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:52

The Acupressure Point Bai hui is especially effective to relax when you are undercooled. Simultaneously touch the top of the auricles on the left and right. Now, move both hands simultaneously to the top centre of the head. The point is at that spot. Watch the video to find the Point.

Massage the Point Bai hui with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:43

The Acupressure Point Jie xi is especially effective if you experience stress or anxiety while being on the plane, on the ship or in the car. The Point is on the front ankle. Watch the video to find the Point on the left leg.

Massage the Point Jie xi on the left leg with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Jie xi on the right leg und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

Guess The Acupressure Point
3 questions
02:33

Belly breathing, or centred breathing, is a main feature of relaxation training.


Heart rate is the key The brain tries to interpret all situations to know how to bring the body back to homeostasis (so not too much energy is expended). When one is stressed, heart rate increases to enable more red blood cells to be pumped around the body in order to deliver more oxygen to muscles and vital organs. But 'feeling stressed' is not an ideal situation for anyone to be in for long periods of time. Thus, we need to know how to de-stress.


In physiological terms, to de-stress, one needs to saturate the red blood cells with oxygen, so that the brain will interpret O2 levels as satisfactory and return heart rate to a lower level. We do deep breathing exercises to breathe in more than we usually do, filling our lungs all the way down. (Most of us tend to work slumped over our computer, and our day-to-day pattern is to shallow breathe, just using the top part of our lungs.)


When we belly breathe, we need to sit or stand up straighter. Place one hand on your belly, and the other hand on your chest. Now, breathe in deeply, but slowly. If you do this correctly, your lower hand (the one on your belly) should be moving outwards as your lungs expand. (If it doesn't, you are still shallow breathing. Try again more consciously trying to fill your lungs all the way down.)


If you are confident you are doing belly breathing correctly, you don't need to leave your hands in place when you do belly breathing in the following exercises. When we talk about doing deep breathing, that's what we are referring to - belly breathing (or centred breathing).

How to do a Muscle Relaxation sequence
03:33
How to do a Mental Relaxation sequence
04:48
Relaxation using belly breathing, mental, and muscle relaxation techniques
3 questions
Section 6: Depression
01:02

Apply the Acupressure Point Zu san li on day 1 of the 10-day treatment plan.

How to find the Acupressure Point Zu san li?

The Point is located a handbreadth under the kneecap and thumb's breadth on the outer side next to the edge of the shinbone. Watch the video to find the Point on the left leg.

Massage the Point Zu san li on the left leg with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Zu san li on the right leg und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:51

Apply the Acupressure Point Chi ze on day 2 of the 10-day treatment plan.

How to find the Acupressure Point Chi ze?

Bend your left lower arm to 90 degrees in elbow. The Point is on the inner side of the elbow joint, above the string. Watch the video to find the Point.

Massage the Point Chi ze with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Chi ze on the right hand und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:34

Apply the Acupressure Point In tan, on day 3 of the 10-day treatment plan.

How to find the Acupressure Point In tan?

The Point is above the bridge of the nose. Watch the video to find the Point.

Massage the Point In tan with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:40

Apply the Acupressure Point Yuj wej on day 4 of the 10-day treatment plan.

How to find the Acupressure Point Yuj wej?

The Point is to the left of the outer corner of the left eye. Watch the video to find the Point.

Massage the Point Yuj wej with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Yuj wej am rechten Auge und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day.

00:51

Apply the Acupressure Point of Heart, on day 5 of the 10-day treatment plan.

How to find the Acupressure Point des Herzen?

The Point is in the deepest spot of the left auricle (not inside but next to the ear canal). Watch the video to find the Point on the left ear.

Massage the Point with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point des Herzen on the right ear and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:50

Apply the Acupressure Point Qu bin on day 6 of the 10-day treatment plan.

How to find the Acupressure Point Qu bin?

The Point is on the head above the ear tip. Watch the video to find the Point on the left part of the head.

Massage the Point Qu bin on the left part of the head with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Qu bin on the right part of the head und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day.

01:00

Apply the Acupressure Point He gu on day 7 of the 10-day treatment plan.

How to find the Acupressure Point He gu?

The Point is between the thumb and the forefinger, in the middle of the (uplifting) muscles. Watch the video to find the Point on the left hand.

Massage the Point He gu on the left hand with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point He gu on the right hand und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:52

Apply the Acupressure Point Bai hui on day 8 of the 10-day treatment plan.

How to find the Acupressure Point Bai hui?

Simultaneously touch the top of the auricles on the left and right. Now, move both hands simultaneously to the top centre of the head. The point is at that spot. Watch the video to find the Point.

Massage the Point Bai hui with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

01:11

Apply the Acupressure Point Tong li on day 9 of the 10-day treatment plan.

How to find the Acupressure Point Tong li?

Look at the palm of your left hand. Push the forefinger of the right hand on the right side of the little finger of the left hand towards the forearm. The Point is located a thumb's breadth under the dimple between the hand and the forearm, under the string. Watch the video to find the Point on the left arm.

Massage the Point on the left arm with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Tong li on the right arm und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:50

Apply the Acupressure Point San yin jiao on day 10 of the 10-day treatment plan.

How to find the Acupressure Point San yin jiao?

The Point is a handbreadth above the upper edge of the inner ankle. Watch the video to find the Point on the left leg.

Massage the Point San yin jiao on the left leg with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point San yin jiao on the right leg und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

Guess The Acupressure Point
3 questions
Self talk for depression
02:36
Self talk and depression
1 question
Section 7: Anxiety
Acupressure Point on Day 1
00:51
Acupressure Point on Day 2
00:50
Acupressure Point on Day 3
01:11
Acupressure Point on Day 4
00:58
Acupressure Point on Day 5
00:52
Acupressure Point on Day 6
00:42
Acupressure Point on Day 7
00:51
Acupressure Point on Day 8
00:45
Acupressure Point on Day 9
00:50
Acupressure Point on Day 10
00:51
Guess The Acupressure Point
3 questions
Self talk for anxiety
02:42
Self talk and anxiety
1 question
Section 8: Sport and Fitness
00:50

The Acupressure Point San yin jiao is especially effective to improve Sport Endurance. The Point is a handbreadth above the upper edge of the inner ankle.

Massage the Point San yin jiao on the left leg with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point San yin jiao on the right leg und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:49

The Acupressure Point Ear-13 is especially effective to Improve Concentration. The Point is at the bottom on the edge of the inner auricle.

Massage the Point on the left ear with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Ear-13 on the right ear and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

01:02

The Acupressure Point Zu san li especially effective to improve Sport Reaction. The Point is located a handbreadth under the kneecap and thumb's breadth on the outer side next to the edge of the shinbone.

Massage the Point Zu san li on the left leg with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Zu san li on the right leg und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:51

The Acupressure Point of Heart is especially effective to Reduce Pulse. The Point is in the deepest spot of the left auricle (not inside but next to the ear canal).

Massage the Point with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point des Herzen on the right ear and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

01:00

The Acupressure Point He gu hilft is especially effective to improve your Vision. The Point is between the thumb and the forefinger, in the middle of the (uplifting) muscles.

Massage the Point He gu on the left hand with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point He gu on the right hand und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

01:11

The Acupressure Point Tong li is especially effective to improve Coordination. Look at the palm of your left hand. Push the forefinger of the right hand on the right side of the little finger of the left hand towards the forearm. The Point is located a thumb's breadth under the dimple between the hand and the forearm, under the string.

Massage the Point on the left arm with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Tong li on the right arm und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:51

The Acupressure Point Lie gue is especially effective to improve Immune System Strength in order not to get sick and not to jeopardize the training plan. Put the fingers of the hand together as you see in the video. The Point Le gue on the left hand will be at the top of the forefinger on the right hand.

Massage the Point Lie gue on the left hand with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Lie gue on the right hand und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:51

The Acupressure Point Chi ze is especially effective to help you sleep well. On the competition day, you will feel fresh and energized. Bend your left lower arm to 90 degrees in elbow. The Point is on the inner side of the elbow joint, above the string.

Massage the Point Chi ze with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Chi ze on the right hand und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:58

The Acupressure Point Shen men is especially effective to overcome fear. Look at your palm on the left hand. Push the forefinger of the right hand on the right side of the little finger on the left hand towards the forearm.

Massage the Point Shen men on the left hand with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Now, find the Point Shen men on the right hand und and repeat the massage.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

00:34

The Acupressure Point In tan is especially effective to Reduce Stress. The Point is above the bridge of the nose.

Massage the Point In tan with circular movements clockwise and counterclockwise. The longer you massage the point, the better result you will achieve.

Repeat the massage several times a day. You can achieve best results if you put a buckwheat grain on the point and secure it with a white adhesive plaster. The massage with the grain is even more effective.

Guess The Acupressure Point
3 questions
Self talk for resilience
05:00
Self talk and resilience
2 questions
Section 9: Conclusion & Next Steps
01:21

Dr Bargak and I hope you have enjoyed our video series on 'Learning to de-stress fast using massage and positive self-talk!', and now that you have looked at all the course material at least once, you'll be able to go back to the Sections and Lectures that you think will be of most help to you to practice those more frequently. In time, those strategies will become automatic for you, and you won't need to refer to this course at all.

If you want to send a message to us, or follow us via social media, go to either the Home page and scroll down to click on our photos, or go to the Options tab and locate our Instructor profile. 

Or if you want to pose a question for us or the community of students enrolled in this course, locate the Q&A tab at the top of the page and ask away...



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Instructor Biography

Dr. Jakob Bargak, 30 years of experience in treating patients with success!

I have been treating patients for more than 30 years. During the time I have always used treatment methods that help people fast and effectively without side effects.

Acupressure has made it possible for me to do so. It can treat various diseases of the nervous system, lungs, heart, stomach and other organs. It can also provide emergency help e.g. with infections and poisonings. I apply the acupressure to treat both children and adults.

My wealth of experience has been published in more than 120 scientific publications and inventions during my work as a Professor.

I wish you good health! See you in my next Course!

Your Dr. Bargak

Instructor Biography

Dr Michelle Pain, Sport Psychologist

I'm a sport psychologist based in Melbourne Australia. I enjoy teaching others how to use sport psychology techniques, based on my 25+ years of experience as a sport psych and tertiary educator (where I teach or have taught sport psychology to students doing a Certificate or Diploma course in Vocational Education/TAFE through to subjects in Higher Education/University through to PhD level).

I've worked with athletes in a range of sports, from recreation level (eg. I'm paying for coaching in my technique, why not learn faster improving my mental game?) through to the elite level (eg. coping with major competitions and pressure of expectations).

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