Katie Page BA (Hons), SAC Dip, SAC Cert

Katie works with a wide range of athletes from Olympic, English team, Professional, National, University, County and Amateur level.

Katie’s passion for the mind and body connection began when she was diagnosed with an incurable virus which paralysed her when she was 19 years old. Prior to this Katie had always been involved with competitive sports. She qualified for the GB trials for rowing and had been placed in the top 3 at the Junior Nationals for horse eventing.  During the time she was paralysed she began researching the association between the mind and body. Katie was walking within 9 months and her recovery baffled many doctors.

Katie went on to qualify in multiple mind and body techniques from all over the world. She then moved out to America and developed corporate mind coaching programs with Dr Spencer Johnson international bestselling author, working with over half of the fortune 500 companies.

Since returning to the UK Katie has specialised in mind training for sports and is working with many of the top athletes in Britain. Katie has also worked alongside many of the most influential people in the sporting and business world which include:

  • Dame Kelly Holmes DBE, MBE – Double gold Olympic Champion runner
  • Jessica Ennis – World and European heptathlon gold medalist. London 2012 Olympic Champion.
  • Mark Foster – Most successful British swimmer of all time – 47 International medals.
  • Jamie Baulsh – Olympic Silver and Gold at World Championships sprinter
  • Dave Roberts – 11 time Paralympic gold medallist
  • Tyrone Swaray – Athletic International
  • Scott Moorhouse – International F42 Javelin Athlete
  • Katy Sexton MBE – World and Commonwealth Champion swimmer
  • Zoe Baker – 4 time World Record Holder & Commonwealth Champion swimmer
  • Nick Gillingham MBE – Double gold Olympic Champion swimmer
  • Sarah Winckless – Olympic bronze medallist rower
  • Tom Davis – International Judo Player (Athletics International)
  • Darren Cheesman – International Hockey Player
  • Sarah Winckless – Olympic bronze medallist rower
  • Alistair McKean – Paralympian bronze medal Rower
  • Paula Reinoso – Sailing Olympian (Atlanta, Sydney and Athens)
  • Mel Clewlow – Hockey Olympian (Sydney and Beijing)
  • Hannah Beharry – International Boxer
  • Bryan Steel – Olympic bronze and silver medal track cycling (Sydney & Athens)
  • Dave Alred MBE – Coach to Luke Donald current World Number 1 golfer
  • Peter McCraw – National Director of Coaching for Tennis in New Zealand
  • Ken Blanchard – Regarded as the most influential leadership expert in the world
  • Dr John Kotter – Professor at Harvard University regarded as an authority on leadership and change
  • Dr Spencer Johnson – Advisor to the Centre of Public Leadership at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government