Flow State Coaching – Helping Clients to Stay on Track with FlowCode Sensory Triggers

I’m sure you’ve experienced this in your coaching practice. A client is making good progress during the sessions but falls back into old patterns in between. To counter this, many coaches provide clients with homework. In flow state coaching, this is easy. Your clients have access to the FlowHub7, and you can keep them accountable by sending them triggers. Let’s look at using FlowCode sensory components and getting the most out of ProHub7.

Flow State Coaching – Optimizing FlowCode Sensory Triggers with Your Clients

If you are already a flow coach, you know about the concept of flow and how making a habit of using flow triggers helps clients build a flow personality. Ritualization helps them get there, and the benefits spill over into all aspects of their lives. You do this, by teaching them about flow and by tailoring a set of triggers to their needs and making sure they use them habitually.

For coaches new to flow state coaching it is important to point out that flow coaching complements and enhances all coaching modalities. It provides a framework and a tangible structure for clients, regardless of whether their goal is productivity or personal development. No matter what your client is trying to achieve, introducing them to flow and delivering flow triggers upscales the effectiveness of your coaching and optimizes your clients’ results.

FlowCode Sensory Triggers Inside the FlowHub7

Many different flow triggers exist, among them the FlowCode sensory components. Inside the FlowHub7, both you and your clients have access to the science and theory behind flow as well as a multitude of flow triggers.

With the sensory flow triggers you flood body and mind with visual, auditory, tactile, gustatory, and vagal stimuli. Doing so creates deep embodiment while freeing clients of stressors and limiting beliefs. Thus you can understand that flow state coaching powers up all of your clients’ work toward a goal.

FlowCode Sensory Components Explained

In flow coaching, we use flow triggers to temporarily downgrade the prefrontal cortex of the brain and silence the inner critic. You can initiate flow by creating a sensory perception overflow. Here are some examples of sensory flow triggers:

  • Breathing Exercises: Clients solely focuses on breathwork
  • Balancing, Stretching & Strength Exercises: Create light physical challenges with a difficulty just sufficient to engage the senses and create deep embodiment.
  • Music, Nature Sounds, Voice: Here perception overflow happens through our sense of hearing.
  • Smell & Taste: Your client can enter a state of flow through strong smells and tastes
  • Visual Triggers: Uplifting and beautiful imagery also floods the perception thus triggering the flow state
  • Hot & Cold: You can also provide your clients with thermoreceptive flow alignment triggers.
  • Tactile Flow Triggers: Different pressure and touch stimuli create perception overflow

The Power of Multi-Channel Flow Alignment

No doubt, one of the most powerful aspects of flow state coaching is providing clients with multichannel flow trigger experiences like a breath walk.

Walking in the great outdoors, your client dives into perception-overflow through nature’s resonance, visual, auditory, vagal, and tactile stimuli. They breathe slowly, hear the sounds of nature, stretch, balance, and strengthen their muscles while walking, plus, they enjoy a multitude of visual beauty. And, if out and about with friends, they also benefit from social flow alignment.

FlowHub7 – The Ultimate Toolbox for Coaches and Clients

When it comes to holding your clients accountable, using the FlowHub7 couldn’t be more comprehensive. Not only does it contain all the information on the science of flow, but it also delivers over 700 flow triggers.

As a coach, you can carefully select the triggers to meet individual clients’ needs. You send them triggers, discuss their experience of using them, thus helping them stay on track toward their goal. Thanks to the multitude of triggers, the client journey remains a voyage of daily discoveries. Plus, as a coach, you earn a nice passive income through clients’ subscriptions.

The FlowCode sensory components are a great way to deliver holistic coaching, engaging your client’s body, mind, and soul. And, because all the triggers are available in different difficulty categories (beginner, advanced, master), anyone can master the triggers and reap the multiple benefits.

Anita Alig

Anita Alig is an Integrated Energy Therapist, NLP, Meditation, and Flow Coach. She works with groups and individuals focusing on helping clients to reduce stress, find their flow, and uncover their true essence.

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