About Denise

When you’re involved in a sport for any length of time, you know there are times you’ll face disappointment.

As the National Netball Coach for Scotland, I had one of these critical moments back in 2012.   With the stars aligned for greatness, we had a pivotal competition coming up on our schedule. We played excellent netball for weeks in the lead-up, and our world ranking was rising. It was time to make a statement!  

Only we didn’t — we made uncharacteristic mistakes, bickered amongst ourselves, our heads went down early, minds got cluttered and nothing I did made a difference.   We finished last, and I felt sick at what transpired. 

This time was my turning point  – I had to unlock the key to consistent, quality performances.   Little did I know that what I’d discover would turn out to be the ultimate game-changer for people who are inspired to create, explore and achieve in life.

There’s nothing I hate more than seeing performers struggle because strategies and techniques taught as part of our cultural conditioning inadvertently muddle their mind.  

You don’t need more things to master and practice to be on your game. When people deeply connect with the source of all human endeavour, they naturally maximise their training, access data and transfer skill capacity to the competition arena with ease! 

How can this help you?

If you’re open to it, we will:

  • Show you the power of the human mind, so that you play with the psychological freedom that leads to extraordinary results. 
  • Explore a ridiculously simple way to stay in the game even when their thinking isn’t co-operating. 
  • Help you to minimise slumps and losing streaks caused by excessive thinking.
  • Point you towards a higher quality of thinking that nurtures unity and team cohesion, even when personalities clash.

I love what I do – performance sports has been my passion for 25 years playing and coaching around the globe in Asia, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, North America and Europe. Now I get to share what eluded me all that time – how wonderful is that!   


Professional BIO:

Denise is the founder of the business Class Performance – Excellence Within, based in the UK, established to help people in sports, education and business to lead high performance and fulfilling lives; suffer less, improve productivity, effectiveness, and results.

At the peak of her career in elite sport, she was the Scotland National Coach for Netball, 2008-2013. Her highlight was leading the Scottish Thistles, via 46 International CAPS from World Ranking 17th to 12th to qualify for the Commonwealth Games held in Glasgow 2014.

Performance anxiety, stress, addiction and under-achievement are key reasons why people seek out Denise for her revolutionary new approach. They become great leaders of their lives, happy to explore what’s possible through their physical bodies and minds.

Denise lived in Hong Kong and Canada for 10 years. She adopted her two children Lydia and James while living in Hong Kong 1987-1997. Denise sees opportunity and possibility, everywhere, even amidst the most challenging of outside circumstances. She is a superb example of how an understanding of the human mind, as uncovered by the late Sydney Banks, can transform a person’s life.

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Denise Holland is the team leader for a 3PGC.org ‘s Community of Interest Group, WoW, Web of Wellbeing https://webofwellbeing.org/

We are committed as educators to showcase the impact on young people’s lives when they look in the direction of their Innate Well-being.

The essence of our project is to ensure that our youth,
the people of the future, have the chance
to lead their lives with psychological freedom.

Helping Young People
See The Power Of Innate Well-being

“If we can get together and help the youth see the simplicity of life,
see that they have this beauty inside of them,
to see they have this power within them,
the youth will grow up very very wise, and this world will change
and become a far far better place to live in.”  – Sydney Banks

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