Programs for your athlete

Want to take your sports performance to a whole new level? Here's how we can help.

1:1 Coaching

Athlete and coach work directly together to meet the unique needs of your teen.

Parents Program

How can we best support you?

We are here to get you on an even better path.


Does your athlete...


Perform inconsistently, depending on their level of stress?


Have difficulty moving on from an error?


Struggle with self-esteem issues that adversely impact their performance?


Want to gain the edge in their sport to take their performance to an even higher level?

EleVive can help by providing...


An understanding of the role your mind plays in your success — or lack of success — in your athletic performance.

A patented system called

Neuro-Regenerative Training™ (NRT) that will take you to the next level. 

Actionable strategies to apply before, during and after a competition to optimize your performance.

Techniques to get you into a “flow state” zone and operate in a state of peak performance.

A customized performance-strategy “blueprint” to help guide you toward better results.

Ways to manage your emotions, boost confidence, focus and achievements within your sport.

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Case studies

Connor and his dad played golf together for as long as Connor could remember. And, since middle school, he had been playing on a golf team. Because of his passion for the sport, his parents had hired a golf coach to help Connor perfect his swing. Overall, he was steadily improving and was consistently one of the top players on his team.


Then things started changing. One shank wreaked havoc on the rest of his game. Sometimes he would shoot in the mid 70’s. Others, it was in the high 90’s. Connor was devastated, impacting not only his golf, but also his confidence.


When Connor came to EleVive, he told his coach, “I have the yips.” In reality, he had a mindset issue that was able to be corrected.


Working with his EleVive coach, Connor developed the tools to get him into “the zone,” to be truly present with his golf and let past shots stay in the past. As a result, Connor’s confidence and excitement for his sport grew, while his score consistently declined.