Yes, You CAN Do It with Carrie Massey – 10-8-16
August 22, 2016
As we continue to explore “The Stories We Tell Ourselves”, this week we look at a story all of us have told ourselves at some point…that we are not good enough, and that we can’t achieve the goals we have set for ourselves. What causes us to question our abilities and to let our fear of failure cloud our vision of the path to success? Who better to share her thoughts about how we can quiet this voice of doubt than an accomplished athlete and coach, who can share her secrets to quieting this story we tell ourselves.
Joining us this week is Carrie Massey who is not only an accomplished athlete herself, playing basketball and volleyball at Division 1 UW-Green Bay, but she is also an Head Coach with a distinguished record of success. In this role, she helps athletes address their fears and doubts and assists them in putting their focus on a winning vision.
Carrie is the Head Girls Golf Coach at The Prairie School, where they won the Division III State Golf Tournament in 2010 and 2015. She is also the Assistant Coach for the Boys Golf Team at The Prairie School.
Carrie is also trained in polarity therapy and works with her clients to try to become more familiar with finding emotional center. Working toward a more neutral position with our emotions is achievable and sustainable, and Carrie will share her insights on how to access this place.
Carrie Massey (ATM, RPE, RPP/BCPP, LMT, BA) is the Founder of Wisconsin Polarity-Center for Energetic Awareness. She was trained as a physical therapist, and has an intense interest in energetic imbalances which cause postural alignment issues. At her business she blends the healing modalities of massage, Cranial-Sacral, and Polarity Therapy in her work with clients. Carrie is Board Certified as a Polarity Practitioner, and is also nationally certified and state licensed as a massage therapist. Carrie has a call to share and teach her knowledge of polarity.
Carrie is passionate about nature and grounds herself by spending time outdoors. You can find out more about Carrie and her work at www.wisconsinpolarity.com/faculty.