Takako Hoshi - Japan Performance Coach, Mindfulness Practitioner and Mindset Educator.
Takako brings well rounded global experience to her work. Having studied multiple disciplines in Japan, the USA and China.
Her vision is to bring the ancient Japanese warrior practices of Bushido to the 21st century, allowing leaders, teams and individuals to reconnect with their true nature through mindfulness and commitment and to create collaborative work places through acceptance leading to higher levels of collaboration, service and optimal performance. Understanding extreme sport and high-performance psychology allows Takako to help individuals from all walks of life to visualize accept and explode their potential in their chosen field.
In her role as a national coach for the Japanese Olympic climbing team, she understands the importance of doing the required physical work to achieve peak performance, and she also knows that the most important aspect to personal and team achievement is the mental game.
Takako’s ten years of experience working with elite and Olympic athletes in Japan, her background as an English teacher, her six years working for Fujitsu as a project manager in Singapore, her consulting and project lead on an award-winning climbing center in China and her extensive global travel and education allows her to deeply understand the diversity of Asian and International culture.
Personal Highlights Include:
Studied International relations at the Willamette University in Oregon (USA)
High School English Teacher, Assistant to the Dean of MBA (Japan)
Project Manager and Consultant Fujitsu Corporation (Singapore)
Project Manager (plan, build and operate) “The Climbing Centre” (Beijing China)
Awarded Chinese Mountaineering Association “Best Gym”
Global professional development solutions for individuals and organisations.
Working with Individuals and organisations in; Australia | Singapore | Hong Kong | United States | India | United Kingdom | Dubai | China | Poland Malaysia | New Zealand | Japan | Belgium | Austria | South Africa | Brazil | Canada