I practice climbing on an international level since 15 years. Professional climber and coach, I am also a lecturer and mental trainer for the French climbing team. Apparently an individual sport, I regard climbing more as a collective ART: a ‘I made it” is always a “We made it”.
I have a rare genetic disease, the Fanconi disease: bone marrow transplant, many cancers, limited life expectancy... Being a “professional ill person” transforms the relation to existence. I had to learn to strongly grab my holds, release them when I had to receive news, stay solid, precise and mobile on my foundations.
My project is simple but very ambitious: pass on the most effective philosophy, techniques, mental and physical strategies, deriving from high performance sport to a public of company directors, managers and decision-makers.
My conferences have as subject the performance, the management of the surrounding environment and the development of forces:
• Challenge the “gravity”
• An ill life? Expressing for (re)constructing, in spite of adversity
• Playing with challenges