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The 4 A’s Coaching Method is a unique coaching course that uses a motivational and behavioural approach, placing spirituality at its core, assisting clients to reach their health, fitness and spiritual goals.

It has been created to inspire individuals and groups to achieve their health and wellness goals, by creating change from within, working with the mind, body and inner spirit to develop the right mind-set for change.

This unique coaching method incorporates Neuro-Linguistic Programme (NLP), yoga and meditation, as a means of tapping into your inner spirit, enabling you to go on and achieve your desired results in health, fitness, sports and in life.

The 4 A's Coaching Method is a tried and tested coaching method that has already benefited the lives of many individuals and groups, enabling them to achieve better health, fitness and performance goals. Through our training, we have guided many people on a journey that leads to greater self-awareness, peace and ultimately positive results, for their chosen goal.

By assisting people to look within themselves, understand and identify that inner energy, Performance Potential will guide you step by step to achieve all that you can be. You will learn things about yourself, what makes you tick and the strategies to get the best results.

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  • Lack of motivation

  • Deep-seated doubts

  • Working out for the wrong reasons

  • Not enough hours in the day

  • Not holding yourself accountable

  • Not tracking or measuring your progress

  • Poor work life balance

  • Hit a plateau, get frustrated and give up



1) With the Conscious Mind:

  • Using traditional coaching methods, helping clients to get a clearer perspective on their current situation

  • Assisting clients to establish obtainable goals in the form of an in-depth goal-setting process

  • Helping clients to overcome obstacles, fears and insecurities in the form of limiting beliefs

  • Creating an action plan, by drawing up a road map to success

  • Encouraging clients to remain focused and motivated, taking the necessary steps to achieve their goals

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2) With the Subconscious Mind:

  • Helping clients begin a quest, to start to deepen their knowledge, understanding and wisdom about themselves

  • Supporting clients to begin exploring their true identity

  • Giving guidance on how clients can gain a clearer sense of purpose for their lives

  • Teaching clients how to control the inner chatter of their minds

  • Providing clients with a broader sense of peace, as part of their day to day lives

The course will be divided into 4 sections, which will take you through the 4A’s: 


To get the best out of this course, The 4As Coaching Method was designed to be completed over a 6 week period 

(exploring and completing one session per week). 

What you’ll learn

  • Mind-set Training Course: To achieve weight loss, Health, Fitness and Spiritual goals.

  • Cause and Effect: Taking control of your thinking

  • Meditation and Yoga Practice: Helping to manage stress and anxiety, developing emotional well-being

  • Goal Setting: Focusing the mind on the right things, gaining clarity for decision making

  • Visualisation: Seeing yourself as the person you want to be, helping you get more of what you want

  • Removing Limited Beliefs: Letting go of the things you hide behind, you will start to see how much more your worth

  • Action Planning: Moving towards our goals, helping you maintain focus and concentration

  • Understanding Achievement as an inward Journey, realising your own essence and potential

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

  • The ability to print course materials (desirable)

  • The ability to keep a journal

  • A quiet space for meditation

  • A space for yoga

  • Able to engage in gentle exercise

Who this course is for:

  • Individuals/Teams interested in improving performance

  • Individuals interested in weight management.

  • Individuals interested in Mind-set Training

  • Individuals interested in improving general health and wellbeing

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