All photography provided by Reid Westbrook.

Since 2012, we have embraced a holistic approach to empowering athletes, exercisers, performers, and professionals of all ages and abilities to achieve peak performance and enjoyment in every sphere of life.

 

philosophy

We are committed to working in partnership with individuals to assess strengths, areas of need, and opportunities for growth in their own lives. Our work is founded in the belief that everybody has the opportunity, potential, and innate ability to live an epic life. As such, our passion and purpose lies in and empowering each and every unique person with the tools and skills needed to live, work, and play with joy, health, and confidence. Whether your goals are related to performance, professional development, or personal development, we are ready to meet you where you are and walk with you to where you aim to go.


If you can see your path laid out in front of you step by step, you know it’s not your path. Your own path you make with every step you take.
That’s why it’s your path.
— Joseph Campbell

About

Amanda Leibovitz is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant® (CMPC) and enjoys working closely with individuals and teams both in and out of sport to leverage mental skills and achieve new levels of success.

In addition to her work as a mental performance coach, Amanda is a competitive age-group triathlete at the sprint, international, and Ironman 70.3 and 140.6 distances. As a seasoned athlete, she understands the demands of a rigorous daily training schedule, the heartbreak of injury, the difficulties of time management, and the joys of achieving a new PR. When she is not training and racing, Amanda is a USA Triathlon, USA Paratriathlon, and USA Cycling certified coach with the Multisport Performance Institute and serves as a guide for athletes with visual impairments.

Amanda received her MA in Counseling with a Specialization in Sport and Health Psychology from Adler University and is now completing her PhD in Educational Psychology with a Concentration in the Psychosocial Aspects of Sport and Exercise at the University of North Texas.