FINDING THE POSITIVE
The psychology of climbing
TCA presents an exclusive Q&A with
Whether you are a complete novice or an experienced climber, head games can affect us all. Imposter syndrome may make you feel like you shouldn't be at the wall, maybe you have a fear of falling or maybe you keeping letting your inner demons affect your ability to progress to the next grade.
Black Diamond athlete Hazel Findlay is not just a highly experienced pro-climber, but she regularly runs workshops on headgames. She has kindly agreed to talk to TCA climbers about the psychology of climbing.
Get up close and personal with Hazel as she shares advice for tackling the psychological challenges that affect climbers.
Submit questions in advance to [email protected] (with Hazel Findlay in the subject line) or via the chat function on the night.
FREE BUT MUST BE BOOKED
Click register below
This Q&A event will last approx 1 hour.
The Climbing Academy - Mental Health