"Andrew helped me relax, slow down and really feel myself in the present moment, something that was very challenging to do when there were a million things on my agenda. The FORM Method really taught me the importance of simplicity amidst the chaos of a very hectic schedule."
Andrew and his Method have been instrumental in better connecting me to my professional and personal well-being. After years of pushing myself to the limit, Andrew’s teachings showed me how to slow down and address misalignments, that prior to examination, I assumed were simply part of life. Physically, he helped me get back on my bike, allowing me to train the way I want to.
"When I was introduced to the FORM Method in 2013 with Andrew, my body, as well as my mind, changed. Having that hour or two with Andrew every week was like pressing the reset button, both mentally and physically. Through the poses he had us practice, a calm flexibility was restored. Through the breathing exercises I learned to quiet my thoughts and gained awareness of the small spaces throughout my body. I can attribute a 3 mile per hour jump in pitching velocity to the flexibility I gained through the practice of the FORM Method. That was just the measurable physical result. My breathing during in game competition slowed and my mind silenced. Overall, I gained flexibility of body, confidence through visualization, stillness of mind, and an overall sense of balance between tension and relaxation."
"Everything Andrew presented to us in 2013 has greatly impacted the success I've had to this day. The FORM Method has reinforced the importance of taking time out of my day to work on my breathing. This awareness has allowed me an understanding of my own personal breathing patterns. Most importantly, I now have a honed ability to apply relaxation techniques in game situations, which helps to slow the game down in high pressure situations. Focusing on my breath also allows me to keep my mind clear and focused throughout the longevity of a game."
"Andrew was an integral part of our 2013 NCAA College World Series Tournament appearance. His Method, although subtle, allows our players an opportunity to process the incredibly dynamic environment, in which they are constantly tested to perform in. Andrew’s experiences have separated him from other mental coaches, in that, he understand that the “body” is the instrument from which to cultivate a calm mind. When our players are relaxed they clearly perform better and that is where we need to be. "
"I have known Andrew for close to 15 years now. He was an elite baseball player, moved into coaching, and now has found his calling in training “complete players” through his disciplines. Andrew has worked with the UBC Baseball Team in the past and the players do improve. The improvements vary player to player but there is no doubt everyone can benefit from his teachings, experience, and knowledge."