Do you want to be in better shape, but hate to work out?
Have you thought to yourself, something is missing from my life?
Could you use a mindset reset?
So many people are living lives that are just okay. But some of us think: my life could be amazing.
Maybe you feel tired all the time. Maybe you’re lacking passion in your life. Maybe you want to lose just ten more pounds. Or maybe you just want to try something new.
With Moticise, you’ll have more energy. You’ll find that passion, that spark that’s missing. You’ll get in kick-ass shape. And you’ll discover your strengths, your goals, your own special life course.
It’s so easy to look outside ourselves for answers to those burning questions.
What should I be doing? What do I want?
You hold all the answers within you now. Tap into your intuition, your body intelligence. Your body is trying to tell you something, yet all that mental clutter, those negative beliefs, those distractions—they’re getting in the way, like static over a very important message.
So what do you do?
Join us at moticise.
So many people are living lives that are just okay. But some of us think: my life could be amazing. Yet many don’t know how to get there. Something’s missing. But what is it? How do you find it? Let us help you.
Moticise gives you the techniques you need to clear away all that clutter and listen to your body.
Using exercises combined with mindset tools, guided visualizations and action-oriented planning, you learn to align your mental and physical powers toward your unique vision. You combine emotion, vision, and action. You get in shape both physically and mentally. And when you do all those things…
But why would this work?
Moticise’s emphasis on the mind-body connection is based on revolutionary new studies showing that physical exercise significantly and measurably enhances mental capacities—and vice versa. Several key studies by John Ratey, a Harvard University neuroscientist and author of Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain—have overturned the commonly held belief that our brain cells do not regenerate. In fact, they do, in a process called neurogenesis, which is triggered by physical exercise. By focusing your mind toward your vision of success during exercise, you are establishing new neural pathways that are specifically aimed toward your goal.
While Ratey’s work shows the beneficial influence the body can have on the mind, another series of studies from the American College of Sports Medicine has shown the beneficial effects of the mind on the body. A 2013 study on the psychobiology of exercise is the first to demonstrate that positive self-talk increases physical endurance. By modifying your perception of your exertion and by focusing on positivity, you can actually push yourself farther, physically, than you thought–in exercise, and in life.
“Your core beliefs determine the dreams that you achieve”
– Sonia Satra, Founder & CEOSo often we feel stuck. We’re up against a wall, trying to break through,
yet something’s holding us back. What is it?