Do you ever wonder what is the difference that makes the difference? The iSwipe method allows people to enhance their performance and even accelerate injury recovery. We are all learners, the educational approach developed by Matt Hudson will fuel you towards success.
Heading to the Olympics
On the 5th of January 2018, Axelle Mollin a young talented skier thought her dream of representing Belgium at the Winter Olympics 2022 was lost after a serious accident that required her to be airlifted from the slopes.
She was told to rest for up to 6 weeks. After an iSwipe intervention to clear the trauma from Axelle’s Screen, the pain vanished. Her headache was gone and she was walking again. Just 3 days later she won her first race. Her dream was back and is becoming a reality as she continues to win consistently.
Team sports nightmare!
The number 1 fear on the planet is ‘Public Speaking’, a performance related condition. When you consider that footballers and team sport professionals have to appear in front of a crowd, it’s not surprising that many of them suffer with anxiety, stress and poor sleep patterns. The iSwipe method is being used more and more to help our sports people gain a stronger and more focused mind, giving them the results they deserve. No more pre-event anxiety for sports professionals.
Faster recovery from injury
When 18-year-old goalkeeper Harry Walsh received a double metatarsal fracture during a game, he was told he would be out for at least 8 weeks. This injury can take even longer to be calcified, so that meant the best part of the season gone. In normal circumstances this is the case for everyone but not for Harry, who after an intervention with the iSwipe method, was pain free and match fit in just 5 weeks, a full recovery in less than half the time. A clear Screen accelerates healing.
Run Like the wind
Belgian 200m champion Victor Hofmans had an unusual approach to the big race. During training he was able to run like the wind with both his arms and legs working in harmony, his times were great and all was well, but on the actual main event something changed. The Screen inside his biofield created a slight imbalance, which caused Viktor to run with his arms hardly moving, not ideal for a sprinter. Fortunately for him the iSwipe method was able to clear it and immediately there was a shift.