Interview with Bryan Chan on RTHK’s Teen Time. Discussion around new years resolutions, and why it can be so hard to form and keep habits. Insight into some strategies to destroy your bad habits and develop more useful ones. 

Interview with Bryan Chan on RTHK’s Teen Time. Introduction to the field of performance psychology and how it can apply to elite athletes as well as everyday individuals.

Past events

“To support our players in doing
that, we have employed the services of sport psychologist, Hiren Khemlani and his company Peak of Mind. Initially Hiren gave a presentation to our Football Committee and impressed with his mental perspectives, to give our players an additional edge.”

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Learn strategies to overcome procrastination and leave with a clear idea as to how you are going to make this your best year yet.

Nov. 2020: On behalf of Peak of Mind, Hiren was invited to speak to a group of children and teens as part of an initiative to promote life skills in youth. There was a good turnout of around 20 people for the workshop on decision-making.

PTA: King Georges V School22nd January 2020, 6:30pm – Creating an environment for your child to thrive by Hiren Khemlani, performance psychologist – parent talk at KGV, see advert below for details and registration.

These disruptions have consequences for athletes at the apex of highly competitive sports, say experts. “Athletes utilize preparation routines to improve their technical and tactical skills, and this provides them with the opportunity to develop their mental skills by practicing things like mental imagery and relaxation techniques,” says Hiren Khemlani, a performance psychologist and director of Peak of Mind, a sports psychology firm based in Hong Kong. “Disruptions to routine — for example through cancelled training sessions — deny athletes the opportunity to develop these skills in a less pressurized environment, and can subsequently influence confidence levels.”

“There is an intrinsic nature to why people engage in sport, and it is through promoting these motives that sport has the potential to play a massive role in contributing to peace and development in society.”

From: Sports: Play to improve, not to prove.