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A Mindful Workplace

Mindfulness for focus, clarity, creativity, productivity, resilience and flow can help organisations flourish.

Cultivating mindful attention can support us to live superlative lives - given we spend on average a third of our lives at work, perhaps with colleagues, the practice can have a profound impact on organisational life too. Noticing our thinking helps us realise that there is an opportunity to choose a response in response to workplace triggers. Naturally, this can help develop cohesion amongst teams, increase creativity and quality of communication.  Waking up to ourselves & our perception leads to waking up to others and their perspectives - here lies the potential for a new area of collaboration, problem solving and innovation. 


30-minute sessions - short but impactful - can be a great way of refreshing and resetting in the middle of the working day. Featuring two different guided mindfulness meditation practices - each with insight into the method and purpose, demonstrating how they can each make a significant & positive difference to how we may go about our working day. Sessions can be delivered to any number of particpants.

1-hour content specific deep-dives provide a more in-depth opportunity to cultivate awareness of the inner landscape & experience the benefits of meditation: 

  • Mind Activity: Notice how the mind behaves

  • Focus & Attention: Learning how to interrupt 'Autopilot'

  • Stress Awareness: Recognising stress as it arises in the mind & body

  • Stress Response: Cultivating new mindful & creative ways of responding to stressors​

DAY: Mondays | Wednesdays | Fridays (TBC)
TIMES: Arranged together
FORMAT: 4 (minimum) weekly 30 minute sessions
Teacher-led guided practices with theory & inquiry (questions & reflections)
LOCATION: Online via Zoom
DAY: Mondays | Wednesdays | Fridays (TBC)
TIMES: Arranged together
FORMAT: 4 (minimum) weekly or bi-weekly 60 minute sessions
Teacher-led guided practices with theory & inquiry (questions & reflections) + workbook
LOCATION: Online via Zoom

Get in touch to discuss bespoke mindfulness services for the needs of your workplace.



Better decision making.

With mindfulness, the decision-making process becomes a thoughtful, cognitive exercise, rather than an impulsive reaction to immediate needs - Reb & Karelaia (2014)


Improved creativity.

Studies have found those practicing mindfulness have more cognitive flexibility, are able to see beyond what they’ve already done, and are better at solving problems requiring insight - Greenberg, Reiner, & Meiran, 2012


Better emotional intelligence.

Mindfulness creates changes in the brain that correspond to less reactivity, and better ability to engage in tasks even when emotions are activated - Ortner, C. N., Kilner, S. J., & Zelazo, P. D. (2007)


Enhanced productivity.

Studies show improved attention, including better performance on objective tasks that require an extensive concentration span - Chiesa, A., & Serretti, A. (2009)


Stress awareness.

Practice develops awareness of thoughts providing the opportunity to step back from them, in doing so not initiating the stress response. Mindfulness helps with becoming more aware of the needs of the body - giving more chance to notice pains earleir to take actions.



Stress reduction.

Brain scans show less activation of the brain (amygdala) associated with negative emotions like stress, anxiety, frustration, and dissatisfaction to the areas associated with positive emotions like happiness and contentment. Mindfulness practice also reduces cortisol levels - Kral, Schuyler et al. (2018)


Focus & concentration.

Researchers at the University of Washington (2012) found that HR professionals who took an 8-week mindfulness course could concentrate better, stay on task longer, multitask more effectively, and remember what they’d done better than those who didn’t take the course


Less presenteeism & absenteeism. 

Sick days largely due to stress related illness, naturally decrease with sustained mindfulness practice. The early awareness of stress arising may lead to less likelihood of presenteeism - Headspace at Work (2020) 

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