Introduction to Sports Psychology & Body Positivity (2 hours – on-line)

We would like to invite you to the Introduction to Sports Psychology & Body Positivity workshop/webinar with Pei Kong - Sports Aerobics ex-athlete and Master of Clinical Psychology that is going to be held on Saturday 21st of August at 10.00 a.m. (Prague time).

If you are interested: 

Webinar outline:

The aim of this webinar is to introduce sports psychology concepts to coaches, parents, and older sport aerobics athletes. The focus of the webinar is to encourage athletes to reflect on their current level of performance, and think about how mental skills training can take their physical abilities to the next level. This session will provide suggestions on how coaches and parents can start introducing these concepts to their athletes.  This webinar also covers body positivity (positive body image). Webinar has 2 parts:

  • Introduction to Sports Psychology (1st hour)
  • Body Positivity (2nd hour)

Pei Kong was a sport aerobics athlete from 2003- 2011, competing in FIG, FISAF, and school aerobics. She represented Malaysia in FIG aerobics gymnastics at the Southeast Asian Games (2005 and 2007) and FISAF world championships from 2006-2011. Pei grew up in Malaysia but relocated to Sydney, Australia to undertake undergraduate and postgraduate psychology studies in 2006. She holds a Master of Clinical Psychology degree and has practiced as a clinical psychologist for the last 8 years. As part of her 4th (Honours) year, she conducted and published research on female athletes in Australia and body image. Pei has coached sport aerobics athletes and judged school aerobics. Pei lives in Sydney. She is currently practising as a clinical psychologist whilst completing her PhD studies in law. She has worked with a range of athletes such as gymnasts, ice skaters, Paralympic athletes, dancers, and runners. When she is not working hard or studying, she enjoys trail running and races in Australia and internationally. Pei is passionate about empowering athletes and helping them reach their potential.