Mental Training, Inc. continues it's expansion to make it's performance enhancement services available globally.
Online PR News – 09-November-2013 – Dallas/Texas – Mental Training, Inc. (MTI) is excited to announce the launch of MTI South America (MTI-SA). After years of collaboration, Sandra Yubelli Garcia and Alexandra Garzón Camacho will be heading up MTI’s newest division. Ms. Garcia and Ms. Camacho both reside in Bogota, Colombia and will oversee all the South American operations as well as other Spanish speaking markets.
At MTI, the mission for each Mental Trainer® is to be a catalyst for success. The team provides tools and support for athletes and performers to strengthen their mental skills for optimal performance. The core of their work involves teaching people how to control their thoughts and emotions so they can perform their best when it matters the most. MTI Mental Trainers® work with a variety of age, experience, and competitive levels within a multitude of sport, business, students and other performance industries.
Prior to joining MTI, Ms. Garcia and Ms. Camacho operated the successful sport performance enhancement company, Rendimiento Optimo based in Bogota and with clients around Colombia, Panama, Mexico and other countries. They have worked with athletes at every competitive level and all the major sports, and have worked as Instructors within several Universities in Colombia. MTI is very excited to have them part of the team.
MTI-SA will be actively involved on mentoring new and experienced colleagues in Psychology so that they can have a strong support to start or continue their careers next to a reputable and well equipped corporation. Another area that will be impacted positively in South America will be applied Sport Psychology research. MTI’s processes and mental skills will be continually tested and improved with Spanish-speaking performers.
About Mental Training, Inc.:
Mental Training, Inc. provides a wide range of automated and Mental Trainer® services for amateur, professional, and Olympic athletes, as well as teams, coaches, executives, and performing artists, all of whom have one thing in common: they want to learn to control their thoughts and emotions so they perform better more often. For more information about Mental Training, Inc, visit www.mentaltraininginc.com or email email@example.com.