What is wingwave® Coaching?
wingwave® Coaching is a short-term coaching concept that combines several extremely effective and well-proven coaching techniques to achieve immediate, profound and long-lasting changes. This method is used by a variety of individuals, including successful executives, managers, creative people and athletes, to maximize their personal and professional performance and increase their focus and the inner sense of wellbeing. The effects of wingwave® Coaching are very measurable and the complete success in dissolving mental blocks is usually achieved within just a few (1 – 3) coaching sessions.
wingwave® Coaching helps clients:
- mentally prepare for peak performance
- activate personal resources whenever they need them
- implement changes
- enhance their abilities and skills
- dissolve mental blocks that have kept them from being where they want to be
- overcome personal and professional disappointments and setbacks on the way to their goals
- transform their limiting thought and behavioral patterns into self-confidence
- increase their stress-resilience, creativity, and overall well-being
This innovative method is the preferred technique for addressing all areas of life that are connected with high arousal and stressful memories of past experiences and/or unhelpful emotions regarding future events that impact one’s sense of well-being and accomplishment.
wingwave® technique combines:
- Bilateral hemisphere stimulation, through “awake” Rapid Eye Movement (REM) induction with auditory or tactile left-right input based on EMDR
- Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)
- Kinesiology – muscle response (myostatic) test to evaluate energy levels
Unlike other Coaching methods, wingwave® does not require the clients to perform an ‘emotional striptease’ by discussing or analysing their problems; instead, the negative emotions that need to be targeted by the intervention are detected in an unobtrusive manner using the myostatic test.
wingwave® is a trademark method developed in the 1990s by Cora Besser-Siegmund and Harry Siegmund. It has been extensively researched at the Hanover Medical School in Germany and is successfully used in Executive Coaching and Sports Performance Coaching in many European countries and the USA.