There’s no doubt that stress levels are at an all-time high for many. A heightened sense of change and uncertainty have created an even greater need for tools to help ease anxiety and tension inside and outside of the workplace.

One of the greatest of these tools is mindfulness, and its scientifically proven list of benefits* – including less stress, greater calm, increased attention span and improved relationships – continues to grow.

The good news is that mindfulness is simple. It’s not always easy, but anybody can begin the practice and feel its positive effects relatively quickly.

Our interactive mindfulness trainings help organizations help their teams find greater calm, connection and focus in their professional and personal lives. We do this by demystifying mindfulness in a straightforward, secular way, making it accessible for all.

Participants will walk away with new ideas about mindfulness and meditation, and how they can create their own ongoing practice to find greater peace during this ever-changing time.

We offer both single sessions and multi-session series that work for any level of experience, including no experience at all. Sessions are conducted virtually or, upon request and following social distancing guidelines, in person.

As with all of our trainings, we will customize the session(s) based on your organization’s objectives and audience, though below are some topics that are often included:

  • What mindfulness is and is not
  • Research on the benefits of mindfulness
  • Overcoming mindfulness roadblocks
  • How to use mindfulness to achieve greater calm and life satisfaction
  • How to build a regular mindfulness practice
  • Mindfulness vs. meditation
  • The different types of meditation and their benefits
  • Brief guided meditations

Contact us now and let’s discuss bringing mindfulness to your company, team and/or group!

*For just a taste of some specific mindfulness benefits (including in the workplace) and their related studies/references, check out this article from Positive Psychology and this article from Forbes.