Having already worked with some top sporting personalities such as world 100-metre hurdles champion Brigitte Foster-Hylton and 100-metre bronze medalist Asafa Powell, she is confident that her technique has a positive impact on sporting performances.
National Under-20 footballers Andre Darby, Romario Campbell and Evan Taylor, along with national water polo player Cameron Jones, are some of Morris’ more recent clients.
In a testimonial Jone’s admitted that before meeting Morris he had suffered with nervousness before matches until being taught to curb this problem.
“Christine helped me identify some key areas that were causing my failure and made suggestions on how I could minimise or eliminate these factors,” said the Jamaica water polo player.
Having trained in England at the Life Coaching Academy and with over eight years of experience, Morris has now landed herself a contract with MVP track Club. The club, who have recently showed at the World Championships, saw a need for the kind of work Morris does and obviously reaped the benefits.
Hopefully more sporting bodies will now begin to see the benefits of her work and will incorporate her expertise into their programmes in order to maximise their athletes.
“I do believe that sporting associations should consider this technique because it’s easy to just think about the physical side of it, but the mental aspect is really important as well. If mentally you’re not strong and different things are happening to you, then physically you’re not going to perform,” said Morris.