The wingwave method is a form of performance and emotional coaching that quickly and tangibly reduces performance stress and increases creativity, mental fitness and the ability to cope with conflict for the coachee in just a few sessions. This resource effect is created by a basic intervention that seems very simple: the creation of ‘alert’ REM (Rapid Eye Movement) phases which we humans only experience while asleep and dreaming. The coach guides their coachee’s gaze to and fro horizontally using rapid hand movements.
It is scientifically proven that during the REM phases while awake, parts of the brain which had previously been disconnected, join together in an optimum cooperation causing feelings of stress to noticeably ebb away – the back and forth eye movement is essential for the brain (hemispheres) to rebalance, a fixed gaze would not work. The "motion" of the eyes is therefore an effective trigger for positive "waves".
As an alternative to "waving", the coach sometimes works with bilateral tones or light tapping techniques called "tapping".
Using myostatic test the particularly well-researched muscle feedback tool, the exact issue is determined in advance and the effectiveness of the intervention is examined afterwards.
Wingwave coaching is used successfully in business, high-performance sport, education and teaching, health, and in creative circles. The method is often combined with other tried and tested coaching processes. Coaches see wingwave coaching as a tool in their coaching ‘toolkit’. Agreeing goals, coaching discussions and monitoring success are also part of wingwave. However, no ‘free coaching’ (coaching taster sessions) is offered. Instead, there is already a series of webisodes and videos available online that present the method practically and clearly.
Several thousand coaches in over 30 countries worldwide are using wingwave. You can find the addresses of wingwave coaches, who undertake additional training in the method every year, in the coachfinder.
wingwave coaching is a proprietary process. It combines:
Bilateral hemisphere stimulation,
such as alert REM (Rapid Eye Movement) phases, aural or tactile left-right stimuli
Language is used as a brain-friendly coaching compass on the path to your goal
The muscle test for targeted planning of optimum coaching processes