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Alice Haemmerle – PT Prophet Podcast Episode 131 // Hosted by Hayden Wilson

Alice Haemmerle – PT Prophet Podcast Episode 131 // Hosted by Hayden Wilson

Alice Haemmerle is a Peak Performance, Communication and Relationships Coach and is the “secret weapon” of the elite of our sports, business and corporate sectors. She has prepared the champion mindsets of more than a dozen Olympians (beach volleyball, kayaking, bobsleigh) for the games in Sydney, Athens, Beijing and Vancouver.

After being introduced by a friend to Alice’s work, I knew I had to get her not only on the podcast, but inside the minds of the people lucky enough to have a ticket to my 12 speaker 2 day event in June.  This is your chance to hear the RIGHT stuff about N.L.P about someone who not only teachers it, but lives and breathes it too.

Alice is truly phenomenal at what she does and I am excited to be bringing this show to you.

You can also find out more about attending the Fitness Business Summit Australia here.

Alice’s Full Bio is Below

Between 2003 and 2010 she coached Australia’s top Beach Volleyball teams as their Peak Performance Coach and she has worked with professional tennis players, swimmers, bodybuilders, rugby coaches and golfers helping them take their already outstanding performances to new levels.

Alice is a recognised worldwide as a leader in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and one of its most outstanding trainers, with a strong focus on communication, relationships and the modelling of excellence in all areas of life.

Alice is a classically trained singer and voice teacher. Teaching students of all ages and musical styles to sing showed her that much of what prevents someone from fully applying and developing their natural abilities is based on emotional “hang-ups” and she started to look for ways to help her students get past these issues quickly and with lasting effect. When she discovered NLP she realised she had found the appropriate tools to do just that, and so much more.

Since then Alice has continued to dedicate herself to the study of human behaviour, communication and relationships.

Alice’s website can be found here.

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