Learn How to Find Flow
We are very excited to announce one of the world’s first flow training courses. It covers over 40 years of research and tried and tested practical skills used by elite performers globally.
Whether you are competing in a World Championship, a professional wanting to perform under pressure, or an aspiring teenager wanting to improve the quality of your life, these courses will give you the tools to maximise your success and well-being.
“Cameron and the Flow Centre have helped me to take the first steps towards integrating the Flow State into the next phase of my life. Understanding the mechanics of Flow has made me more conscious about how to consciously attain a Flow State in parts of my life where it doesn’t inherently surface. I look forward to a more meaningful journey into the future of my career thanks to the Flow Centre and all that I have learned.”
“I took the FlowCentres online course, part 1, and was very impressed by the quality and clarity of information on offer. As a trainer in leadership and professional development, I now have new information and tools to enrich the classes I teach. The one to one coaching session alone makes the cost of the course worthwhile. Recommended.” – Nick Kettles, Coach, Trainer
“I was very impressed by the breadth and depth of information covered during the course. I was also impressed with the level of personal care and attention I received…I am very much looking forward to level 2 and I am very grateful for being able to learn with the flow centre” – Hazel Findlay, World Renowned Climber
“Just wanted to say how much I’ve enjoyed working with The Flow Centre. The idea of Flow was certainly new to me. Flow more think less, probably not what I expected when I booked. Working with FLOW has improved not only my personal performance but also the way I coach others. I would definitely recommend you to anyone seeking improved performance.” – Tony Eldridge
“After 15+ years of full time climbing and alpinism, whereby I accidentally engaged in the Flow State on a frequent basis in the mountains, I decided to take the time to learn the fundamentals behind Flow in Flow level 1 and 2. Learning the principals, science, and process of entering into the Flow State has allowed as allowed me to consciously engage in Flow experiences on a daily basis. In the end I feel more productive and rewarded in many aspects of my daily life.” – Zoe Hart – World Renowned Mountaineer
” The Flow: I would be best describe as letting our energy, thoughts, actions and reactions be continuously in the loop without being ÔÇ£BlockedÔÇØ or ÔÇ£InterferedÔÇØ on our activities we wish to excel. After attending the course, I managed to identify and control or isolate that ÔÇ£matterÔÇØ which blocks or Interfere my performance. Cameron was able to bring my understanding to a new level where I am able to navigate myself on new challenges.” – Steven Thian
“I had experienced flow in my Royal Navy flying career for over 20 years but under another name. We called it ÔÇ£being in the bubbleÔÇØ which was a place where we put ourselves, a metaphorical ÔÇÿbubbleÔÇÖ where only mission specific information belonged, a cocoon in which our focus and concentration on the airborne fight, the aerial combat and task at hand was absolute. I was a flow seeker but had no understanding exactly how or why, certainly as a display pilot. My own self discipline and naval training had helped so far. I made the choice to do the Flow Level 1 course, to learn more about the power we have over attaining flow in any important areas of life. I wanted to gain a wider knowledge of the theory and research behind flow and high performance. Could I achieve flow as a father or husband, and train my brain to give me excellent performance in business? Can I use the skills I employed as a fighter pilot and solo display pilot where my competent subconscious was entirely reliable, and employ them elsewhere in my work as a coach, and keynote speaker? Cameron and I met the summer of 2016, while qualifying as post graduate executive coaches at Barefoot. I found I really enjoyed his teaching and explaining the 12 stages to flow. I immediately understood what he meant when he explained the concept. The quality of both level 1 and 2 course was excellent, especially the online training materials. The pace and depth satisfied me entirely, using examples form across sport and business. I learned so much that I did not hesitate to apply my learnings to my life and my own business. I enrolled on the level 2 course which was superb. Learning all about a flow seeker and the ability to achieve flow and elite high performance was so interesting. The Practical exercises, webinars and one to one coaching with both Sue and then Cameron were excellent. I felt I needed to know the theory, and be able to explain what flow is to friends and clients, and explain that the concept of flow is available to us all, and with a little work, are ability to drop into flow gets easier and easier with practice. As a parent and husband, in my coaching business, my keynote-speaking, training for triathlon, my wellbeing and beyond I am a flow seeker; I thoroughly recommend The Flow Centre to you. Are you serious about excellent performance in your area of life, then enrol and enjoy learning!” – Matt Whitfield – Pilot and Coach
Learn About Flow
Learn about the flow model, established flow theories and the latest scientific evidence from leading scientists.
Learn How To Find Flow
Practice tried and tested techniques and build a rigorous, flexible and fun programme you can use for years to come.
Become a Flow Coach
Join us on our mission is to educate people on flow. Help guide people and give them the applied skills to find flow.
Join World Champions, Authors…
Foundations of Flow
ÔÇ£In flow, we are our resourceful, imaginative, ingenious best.
Better still, the changes stick.
People report feeling extraordinarily creative even a day after a flow state experience, suggesting they consistently think outside the box.ÔÇØ
Dr Teresa Amabile, Harvard Business School professor
Level 1 is split into 3 modules: Education (theory, research and applied elements), Applied Skills (practice a range of skills), and Integration (personal flow program).
How It Works ?
The course is delivered over 3 weeks, including over 5 hours of videos, live webinars, personal training, and 1-to-1 coaching. Additionally the course can be delivered face-to-face for groups.
What You Learn?
Learn over 40 years of research and 15 practical skills that can be applied to your life. The course covers a spectrum of research within sport psychology, performance psychology, positive psychology, neuroscience, psychophysiology, and the anecdotal evidence from the worldÔÇÖs elite.
What You Get?
You will receive over 5 hours of video content, your very own flow training program, a course workbook, all the course slides, access to a unique community and network, insights from the World’s Elite, and a one-to-one coaching session.
Who will be attending?
We will have 3 authors on flow, multiple world famous athletes and other interesting people to help answer questions and assist with your learning. Susan Jackson who has been instrumental in flow research over the past 20 years and Cameron Norsworthy, Performance Director of The Flow Centre will be attending.
- To be aware that people have different states during performances, which require management.
- To be aware that thinking processes, beliefs and physical responses affect behaviour.
- To understand the flow model and CsikszentmihalyiÔÇÖs 9 dimensions of flow.
- To understand how the brain filters an experience, and how our perception determines our communication.
- To understand how to re-frame multiple realities of a single event exists.
- To understand the difference between the conscious and subconscious.
- To recognise that our experience is a direct result of our choices To understand self-determination theory.
- To understand how external regulators control our attention, motives and behaviours.
- To understand difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.
- To understand mastery orientation.
- To understand the role of the amygdala in the body.
- To recognise which emotions are facilitative and disruptive to flow.
- To understand skill-challenge dimension.
- To be able to recognise a flow experience.
- To explain the nine dimensions of flow.
- To know when adopting a flow mindset would be preferable.
- To recognise opportunities for flow.
- To be able to recognise when the mind is misaligned with an optimal mindset.
- To install autonomy and responsibility in our thoughts and behaviour.
- To assess external and intrinsic motives
- To take responsibilities for the choices we make.
- To change thoughts to be process-oriented focused.
- To overcome barriers to risk that limit potential.
- To integrate flow-oriented skills into training/work/play.
- To be able to increase and decrease arousal.
- To identify emotions that are helpful to finding flow