adj. mind·​ful | \ ˈmīn(d)-fəl \

Focusing one’s awareness on the present moment.


v. prac·tice | /ˈpraktəs/

perform repeatedly or regularly in order to improve or maintain one’s proficiency.

Jeremy Walton is a mindful performance coach dedicated to the growth and development of mental and physical performance in athletes, parents, and professionals. He grew up a multi-sport athlete, then became a personal trainer in 2001 and began practicing yoga. Since then he’s developed a mindful approach understanding human biomechanics, meditation, sports psychology, and professional performance. An ISSA Certified Personal Trainer, 200 hour registered yoga teacher, Meditation Facilitator, and USA Track and Field Level 1 Run Coach, he’s a dedicated student of human performance. His clients have been as young as 15 years old and well over 90 years old. Post rehab, pre/post natal, chemo patients, teachers, students, personal trainers, fitness instructors he’s worked with 100s of clients from all walks of life to provide each individual with a higher level of daily performance.

“This mindful practice helps manage stress, improves your mental health and elevates your personal performance.”