Emma Murray us renowned as one of Australia’s leading high performance mind coaches. She is considered the ‘secret weapon’ behind Richmond Football Club’s three most recent AFL premierships and Scott McLaughlin’s three Supercars Championship titles, his 2019 Bathurst win and his IndyCar debut.
Emma also works with a stable of other athletes including Olympic gold medallists Cate Campbell and Jakara Anthony, track, and field athlete Morgan Mitchell, F1 debutante Oscar Piastri and Australia’s youngest Test cricketer Will Pucovski.
As an experienced performance coach, Emma’s work has transcended the world of elite sport into the boardroom, and classroom where her High-Performance Mindfulness (HPM) practice is in high demand. Her practice is grounded in the science and art of mindfulness and high-performance psychology and tried and tested in real life. And not just the lives of Emma’s athletes, but her own life, amid the tragedy of her teenage son’s spinal cord injury.
Emma bravely shares her personal story and the profound role it has played in the development of her practice and the tools that she uses and teaches every day to thrive despite adversity, pressure, and expectation.
Emma has over 20 years’ experience and qualifications in psychology (undergrad), mindfulness, and several psychotherapy modalities –all leading to the creation of her High-Performance Mindfulness practice which equips individuals with the skills to deliver best performance execution through advanced present moment awareness, improved emotional regulation and enhanced focus.
Emma outlines the science of our mind and the wiring that keeps us trapped in our B-Game and steps through how to ‘hack’ this wiring so that we can show up to key performance moments with our best strengths and focus to best execute our process.