Tim N. Kremer, M.A.
Tim N. Kremer, M.A., is a visionary peak performance coach and consultant based in Jupiter, FL. He is president and founder of Spirit of Golf, LLC, a program utilizing innovative and pioneering mind/body techniques which help participants (both athletes and non-athletes) learn to achieve greater success and joy in both golf and life.
Tim is an author, lecturer and national keynote speaker who has presented before athletic, educational, corporate and not-for-profit organizations, inspiring non-athletes with the same messages he shares with golfers through Spirit of Golf. In addition to his speaking and writing schedule, Tim works with a number of tour athletes and others through his private coaching practice. He has touched the lives of thousands of people utilizing his background in golf (as competitor, coach and instructor), Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), Transformational Communication, hypnosis, meditation (a 20-year practice), breathwork, writing and the martial arts. Tim also is a licensed instructor for PAIRS International, a program which utilizes couples communication skills.
Tim is a former mini-tour golf professional and has competed successfully as an amateur both at the national and state levels. He continues to maintain a scratch handicap and plays for fun in tournaments as his schedule allows. Prior to his golf career, Tim worked in corporate communications and as a communication consultant with clients across the country. He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in journalism/communications from the University of Iowa.
Tim’s deep passion for sharing the concepts of Spirit of Golf combines his playing and teaching career in golf with his practice as a performance coach focusing on interpersonal communication skills surrounding present moment awareness. He remains at the leading edge of transformational life coaching by attending workshops and learning from others, including Jerry and Esther Hicks, Abraham, Eckhart Tolle, Joan Borysenko, Jon Kabat-Zinn, David Morehouse, Deepak Chopra, Brian Weiss, Carolyn Myss, Rosemary Wolff, Jon Connelly, Sri Vasudeva, Nayano and many others.
His life experiences have helped Tim create a fun, unique and entertaining coaching/teaching style appreciated by the athletes and other lives he has touched. He has produced numerous DVDs and audio CDs that highlight the concepts taught through Spirit of Golf workshops and clinics. Audio music CDs also have been produced which incorporate sound and music into leading-edge brain entrainment technology. All materials, including Tim's first book, "Thoughts of the Day: The Book - A Collection of Insights for the Soul" are available through his website at: www.myspiritofgolf.com.
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VideosNervousness on the Golf Course and Deep Belly Breathing
Utilizing the energy of the breath is perhaps the greatest tool available to us on the golf course to get ourselves focused or calmed down. Join Spirit of Golf President and Founder Tim N. Kremer, M.A., as he works with a student on breathing exercises during a recent afternoon session in Jupiter, FL.
Spirit of Golf -Thoughts of the Day: Book 3
by Tim N. Kremer, M.A.
Most golfers talk a great deal about the importance of a solid “mental” game, yet few have the skills in place to remain focused and calm when emotions are running high and performance hits the wall. We remain in a good mood until we hit a few bad shots, only to have negative thoughts and emotions overpower both us and our games.
Spirit of Golf -Thoughts of the Day: Book 2
by Tim N. Kremer, M.A.
One of the most basic principles in our lives that becomes important to understand is that we cannot have anything until we first imagine it in the mind. This is as true with a golf shot as it is with anything else.It is ultimately how we internally activate an experience through thought and imagination that either brings it closer to us or pushes it further away...
Spirit of Golf -Thoughts of the Day: The Book
by Tim N. Kremer, M.A.
The real shift in improving athletic performance, or for that matter any aspect of our lives, comes as we journey into the inner stillness of the unknown. We go beyond the conditioned limitations of a fragile, reactive egoic mind; beyond the stubbornness and fear of what we think we already know. At the point where the unknown becomes our friend, a transformation begins to occur...
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