2 hour mini seminar
The aim of this seminar is to cover the basics and fundamentals before jumping on my weekly ZOOM sessions where continued feedback on an individual basis will be provided OR to use as a refresher / top up to ensure bad habits don’t creep back in
Price £45 per person
Power Position: The Blog Of Olympian Michaela Breeze MBE
2 hour mini seminar
Upcoming 2 Hour Mini Seminars
Saturday 14th November (08:00-10:00) UK TIME
Saturday 14th November (14:00-16:00) UK TIME
1 Day Zoom Seminar
Join Michaela for a one day Zoom seminar.
1 Day Zoom Seminar
1 Day ZOOM Seminar via ZOOM:
Saturday 5th December 2020 - (12-5pm UK time)
Saturday 23rd January 2021 - (12-5pm UK time)
Sunday 25th April 2021 - (12-5pm UK time)
If you want to lift more efficiently, safely and ultimately, increase your numbers, book a seminar now.
Seminars can either be run on a weekend or over 2 evenings during the week but can be
flexible to work with you. The seminar typically runs from 10am – 3pm at weekends or 2 x 2
hours sessions on weekdays.
I cover snatch, clean and jerk as well as all the pre-requite exercises required to teach, learn
and move efficiently. I am happy to address any other exercises too if you need me to.
I have always prided myself on my own technical ability and also the technical ability of the
lifters I coach and I am now keen to help others develop their lifting ability to be safe and
efficient in the lifts whether they are weightlifters, cross fitters or anyone who simply enjoys
the Olympic lifting moves.
My seminars are differentiated according to ability and I am happy to work with varying ages
and abilities on the same day. I have no problems including youngsters on these seminars but
they need to be school year 7 or above and well behaved. Depending on equipment you
already have in your facility, if required, I can bring technique bars and plates and any other
equipment we need.
I can accommodate up to around 25 people. Much more than that and 1-1 feedback can get
diluted. A good number is 15 – 25 people. The question is how many bars can be used at
any one time in your facility? Ideally, 2 per bar works best but we can do 3 people per bar if
space is limited. I would suggest that whoever normally delivers Olympic lifting coaching at
your gym also attends so that everyone is on the same page in terms of moving forwards. It
can be a great opportunity to bounce ideas too and see how I coach / correct people.
To express an interest in running a seminar from your facility, drop me an email and we can
schedule a call to discuss; firstname.lastname@example.org
Seminars being held in South Wales… watch this space to book your place
"Following our session at CrossFit 3D, i'm pleased to say that my total is now rising following some of your simply brilliant advice. 111kg C&J and 91kg Snatch today. (202kg total, all PB's) Thank you Michaela, just as you said - went back to the drawing board and stayed light until I was ready, very happy and can't wait to visit your gym when it's up and running."
Thank you for making me feel so welcome on your seminar at Athlete movement I am relatively new to the sport and found your delivery on such a technical sport so easy to follow.
Everything began to make sense and I had a few light bulb moments when I could really understand why you suggest moving in a certain way.
You are still clearly passionate about sharing your knowledge with others with an Eagle eye for detail and I felt there were no bad habits that you couldn't iron out.
The book reinforces everything learnt from the seminar and I feel confident to have a go and practise.
And lastly my shoulder that has been niggling, sorted within the first 5mins and I'm now able to move overhead with easy having found my lats to stop my shoulders from rolling forward.
Hope to attend another soon.
A huge thank you for your very informative and helpful workshop at Athlete Movement at the weekend. It was the best all day seminar on any subject that I have ever been to. I have been thinking about why it was so good. Firstly, your depth of knowledge and experience in the area and your willingness to openly share with us how you learnt from your own mistakes. Secondly, your style of presentation was very engaging. There was a nice balance between theory and practice and I loved how authentic you were as a presenter. You were not just standing there reading a script; it was all you. Thirdly, you are brilliant at picking up on people's technique adjustments in an effective and nice way without judgement. Seriously, the best all day workshop I have ever been to.