Dr Sherylle Calder and Christi Botha recently flew in from Doha, UAE, where they were working together with one of the world’s top ladies tennis player’s, to assess the golf academy students at KeNako Academy for 2013. Sherylle and Christi have a very full global schedule that includes working with several of the world’s top sporting stars and teams. Sherylle’s work with Ernie Els before his British Open victory in 2012 and her more recent assignments with the Australian cricket team are projects that have been in the news. Sherylle continues to work with Ernie and many other stars in different sporting disciplines. Her work is ground-breaking and it is making a difference!
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Whilst in George, Sherylle and Christi also worked with the students attending KeNako’s new school. Research conducted both in the United Kingdom and South Africa shows that pupils who practice her EyeGym program regularly are likely to improve their marks at school. The eye is effectively the outlet for the brain to be able to see, so it makes sense that EyeGym should not necessarily only be limited to improved eye-hand co-ordination relative to sport but also to learning ability.
The progress of the students is monitored weekly online and results are forwarded to the professionals at KeNako Academy to ensure that all students are practicing according to the program schedule. Sherylle and Christi will be returning to George in the near future to further discuss progress of the KeNako students and other developments.
Sherylle has become an icon within the sports industry and one of her great achievements is being the only person in the world to win back-to-back Rugby World Cup winners medals, having achieved the feat with England in 2003 and South Africa under Jake White in 2007.