Paralympian to help with life strategies

Sunday 28th October 2018 12:00 pm
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Paralympian Rachel Morris

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FARNHAM Paralympian Rachel Morris is to help run a series of sessions for young people titled ‘How to use Olympic strategies for managing everyday life’ at Rodborough School, Milford, starting next month.

The course, organised by the award-winning Luck’s Yard Clinic, will be run by the double Paralympic gold medallist alongside performance psychologist Miranda Banks and the clinic’s founder, Tone Tellefsen Hughes.

It is being run as part of the Surrey Teen Summit, a community project organised by Luck’s Yard, local leaders and other professionals.

Ms Tellefsen Hughes explained: “This Olympic strategies series applies techniques used by Olympians to enable young people to have the skills to manage stress, worry, sports and general life on a daily basis.

“We’re keen to help each individual find their own inner drive, organisational ability and confidence in themselves.”

To get involved, visit lucksyardclinic.com.

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