Hello, Linda S. Clark here. Thanks for stopping by!
I know you are a performer.
How do I know that? Because you are either:
a Learner, gathering new concepts and skills, or
a Performer, putting into action what you’ve learned.
You’re performing when you
- Play a sport
- Take a test
- Have a conversation, casual or important
- Perform on stage
- Have an interview
Have you noticed that sometimes you are relaxed in performance settings, naturally focused and well-coordinated mentally and physically, and other times you are not? You might become tongue-tied, nervous, clumsy, forgetful, shaky, get butterflies, etc.
Do you want a way to switch on your best performance mindset?
Would you like to be able to intentionally sharpen your creative juices, instead of just waiting for a “good day”?
Do you have an important event coming up and want to be at your very best?
If your answer is yes, then consider learning “Perform with Ease”. You will learn how, when and why to use simple physical activities to reset your brain and your body, so you can “Perform with Ease”.
Please read on...
“Knowledge is power, and the lack of knowledge is the lack of power. Being denied the knowledge of how our brain and biology functions denies us our power.”
Bruce Lipton, Ph. D., cellular biologist and author of “The Biology of Belief”
Are you ready to claim your power?
Your Personal Owner’s Manual
When you were little, did you receive the personal “Owner’s Manual for Being Human”. I wish I had! It would have told us how our brain and body work. It could have saved us a lot of trial, error and frustration, and helped us get the best results from our “equipment” and our efforts.
It would have included sections on trouble shooting things like
- How do I do change from confusion to clarity?
- How can I turn off stuck and turn on flow?
- How do perform at my best, on demand?
- How do I relax my body and mind?
- How come my memory is blocked sometimes?
Our Owner’s Manual definitely would have included the simple, safe, do-it-yourself physical techniques to help you “Perform with Ease”.
I bet you didn’t learn this in school!
A few years ago I taught a one-day Brain Fitness workshop to a group of university students who were completing their requirements to become school teachers. At the beginning of the workshop, I asked what they had been taught about how the brain works, and how it learns?
Their reply – they were taught nothing.
They were taught WHAT to teach, but they weren’t how a brain learns, or WHY IT DOESN’T. They also were not taught how to help people relax and perform at their best on tests, the ball field, in oral presentations, on stage, etc.
I guess that explains why most of us went through years of schooling, but didn’t learn some of the most fascinating, valuable information there is. We didn’t learn how and why we learn and how to perform well. We didn’t learn how to integrate our brains so we could perform at our best.
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Enter “Perform with Ease”
I’m a lifelong musician. I received my Bachelor of Music degree, in performance and pedagogy, from the University of Texas, at Austin. I’m a pianist and I direct choirs. For much of my life, whether it was in my music or giving lectures, I was too stressed to do my best in public presentations. Perhaps you can relate?
In 1981, my ongoing search to overcome my personal and professional stress and shyness led me to training in Behavioral Kinesiology. From there I went on to Brain Gym, Touch for Health, and many related modalities.
I became an enthusiastic “course junkie”. I had finally found my “Owner’s Manual for Being Human”. It made a huge difference for me. I’m delighted that now I can get up and give a lecture, or direct a choir, and feel self-assured, centered and happy.
“Perform with Ease” is a brief distillation of simple, physical techniques that will help you turn off stress and integrate your brain and body for excellence. You will learn simple Western-based physical movements and self-acupressure (not acupuncture) from Traditional Chinese Medicine. These activities are
- Quick to do
- Easy for people at any age or fitness level
- Even doable while lying in bed, or standing in the shower!
What do I get with the “Perform with Ease” course?
- 6 webinars that you own and can review anytime
- Handouts to print for your ready reference
- Access to me for answers to your questions
- A practical overview of how your brain works
- Knowledge of exactly how stress changes your brain and body. It’s predictable!
- How, when, and why to use very simple, brain-integrating activities to turn off stress and be “in the zone”
For many people, simply learning to recognize the symptoms of stress improves their self esteem. They realize they’re not character-flawed, they’re stressed! And most people are delighted to know quick, easy techniques to switch off the stress program and be their focused, poised, creative self again.
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If you haven’t already done so, scroll to the top for my brief, live introduction. You’ll learn more about me and hear some of the ways that people have benefited from using “Perform with Ease”.
If you’re intrigued, just click on the button below to learn the details about the “Perform with Ease: Simple physical ways to end jitters and be “in the zone”. You’ll learn how we will support your learning, and how to enroll.
Thanks for your interest!
P.S. Scroll down and read what people who have experienced this course had to say.
"I really got the “blockage thing” between my brain’s two hemispheres. When stressed my normal creativity is absent and it doesn’t take much stress to cause that! BTW I play golf occasionally and went out on Monday. Standing next to the cart waiting for our Tee time, I did the Five Minute Mind Magic sequence from “Perform with Ease”. For all eighteen holes ALL of my drives were straight and long without letting a few poor other shots affect my mind. WOW…I could be on the senior tour LOL. I was able to keep my head and really saw the ball as I address it and on through the swing."
Bruce S., Northeastern, PA
“I just finished watching the first 2 sessions and can’t wait to do the next session. It is a simple and well laid out program, easy to follow and well illustrated.I’m really amazed to see the change in my handwriting and my thinking after the short little exercises. So let’s have session 3 please!”
H.S., Peterborough, Ontario
"I believe people do their best work when they follow their passion... Linda definitely demonstrates this powerfully as a teacher. She is simply a natural in this profession. I took my TFH 1 course with her and it was by far, my most efficient study experience ever. I 100% recommend you to take any course with her if your interest to learn is there."
A.N, Ottawa, BA Spec Psych Fre Imm, RHN
TFH 1 & the Meridian Massage has ended 2 headaches for me, kept me out of the chiropractor’s office since June, and no asthma attacks since early September.
Life is good.
Rev. N.E.C., United Church, Kingston, Ontario
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Linda is a native of Lexington, Massachusetts. She emigrated to Canada in 1993, and is happy for the opportunity to have lived in two countries.
She is a lifelong professional musician, devoted spiritual seeker, student of holistic wellness, and happy “mom” to a cute, clever, white fuzzy dog.
Linda graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, with a Bachelor of Music degree, majoring in piano and piano pedagogy. She now specializes in teaching piano to teens and adults, and since 2007, Linda has been in increasing demand as a choral conductor. She especially enjoys combining her music and Chi Energy Balancing skills to coach musicians and other performers through their performance challenges.
Linda’s fascination with energy medicine led her to hundreds of hours of study. Linda is an internationally certified instructor of Touch for Health.
Linda combines her experience as a performer and teacher into lively participatory, practical presentations. Linda is has presented Chi Energy Balancing workshops and keynote events for a variety of private and professional groups in Ontario and the USA, including Trent University, St. Lawrence College, Oberlin College, New Mexico State University, staff of the Peterborough YWCA and of Aids Resource Network, Ontario Association of Credit Counseling Services, Senior Centre Kingston, Canadian Forces Base (Trenton), various school boards, and more.
In addition, in 2015, Linda’s ongoing pursuit of personal expansion led her to participate in the Master Key Experience. Her devotion to that program led her to earn the status of MKE Guide, and Linda feels honored to support other seekers on their journey through the Master Key Experience.