The Flow Centre exists to be a beacon in the world of flow, to bridge the science and practice of flow, and provide high quality accessible training that is based on substantial research and proven practice.
We aim to make the world a better place by enabling all to find flow: enriching the quality of experience improves performance, health, and contribution, creating meaningful and fulfilling lives.
WHAT TO EXPECT
We have an unprecedented respect for flow, personally and professionally; our team and content is built on this integrity. We aim to set the quality standards by which flow training can be disseminated globally.
Our training is grounded in scientific evidence. Our tried-and-tested strategies bring about measurable improvements in performance as well as day-to-day life.
Our team consists of academic experts, authors, World Champion athletes, speakers, musicians, and global leaders from a range of domains; our diversity facilitates our progression.
MEET THE TEAM
Our team is handpicked from people who have shown a dedication and deep understanding of flow in their lives and respective fields. The team has lived, breathed, studied, practiced, and coached flow for many years. Put simply, we walk the walk, and love doing it.
Cameron is the founder and CEO of the Flow Centre. He is a coach, entrepreneur, author, board advisor, and keynote speaker. Cameron has been a junior British tennis player, and awarded the Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize for reports surrounding flow and performance. Cameron has coached numerous World Champion athletes and high achieving professionals. Cameron sits on a number of company boards looking to integrate flow.
Sue has extensively researched flow, and this has provided a solid foundation on which she bases her practical recommendations when working with individuals and groups. With her mentor and the academic pioneer of flow, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Sue has written the popular book on flow for athletes and coaches, Flow in Sports: The Keys to Optimal Experiences and Performances. In addition, Sue has an extensive publication record on flow in sport, and has worked in academic positions in sport and exercise psychology for many years. Sue is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society, and member of the College of Sport and Exercise Psychology. Sue is a practising and registered psychologist (AHPRA), with particular interests in mindfulness-meditation, ACT, and positive psychology.
John was awarded an Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for his role in education. Since 1980, John has fulfilled a wide range of roles at Geelong Grammar School, including Acting Principal. He has been instrumental in the school’s development of Positive Education and founded the School’s Relationship Reparation Programme. John has also enjoyed a long and distinguished cricket career. John is an established keynote speaker for topics on resilience, performance, flow, and developing cultures towards flow.
Hazel has been rock climbing for 26 of her 32 years and is considered one of the best female climbers worldwide. She was the British Junior Champion six times but at 18 focused on her passion which is outdoor rock climbing. She has travelled all over the world practising all styles of climbing from small boulders to big walls. She has a strong passion for teaching, philosophy, neuroscience, and psychology, showcased through her training and coaching.
ELENA SOSA TEJERINA
Elena has been working with athletes, managers, artists, and creative minds since 2007. She is a sports psychologist and has worked in the high performance industry throughout Spain, UK, and USA, currently working with some of the best female tennis players in the world. Elena underwent her Bachelors Degree in Psychology in Madrid Complutense University. She went on to study an MSc in Sports Psychology and High Performance from Autonomous University of Barcelona. Elena is also a trained CoActive Coach through CTI.
Martijn is an author on flow, trainer, and professional football coach. Martijn played football (soccer) at a professional level for one of Holland’s biggest football teams. He is the founder of a football academy, Next Talent, and is the CEO of Flow Centre Holland. Ever since his days as a junior athlete he has helped others to understand and find flow; exemplified by his tenacity when, at University, he created a free manual to help students reach flow in their exams and overcome performance anxiety.
“An exceptional presentation about flow which really resonated. Filled with evidence-based research and backed up with a few good stories! ”