The Covid-19 pandemic fades but the busynesss epidemic is here to stay.
The manic pace of the modern world means that people are living life fast, but are we living it well?
What if the solution is not to do more, but to ‘be more’? MINDFULNESS is the process of being aware of your experience, including your breathing, and being in the moment, right here and right now. It is pure observation practised with compassion.
MINDFULNESS practice has been shown to bring oodles of benefits for our mental and physical health. Taking a little time to ‘pay attention to the present moment, on purpose and without judgement’ gives us an immediate calming effect, by re-oxygenating our blood and brain. But the real magic happens over time. With repeated practice, mindfulness helps to quieten the stress centres of our brain so we become less reactive to stressful situations and more able to deal with everyday challenges with calm rationality.
Be assured, MINDFULNESS is not new, it’s the oldest happiness trick in a very ancient wellbeing book. With the modern world conspiring against us, it pays to know the basics. How far you decide to take it is then up to you.
With that in mind, our MINDFULNESS programmes are completely flexible. The session(s) can be tailored to organisational needs and can be run as an hour’s workshop, a half or full day. The programme is also available as a short online seminar.
We also offer a superb MINDFULNESS COACHING programme that begins with a 90 minute introductory session which can be delivered for an individual or a small group. Following this, there is then the option to join a series of 5 x 1 hour 1-2-1 coaching sessions, where individuals can immerse themselves more deeply.
Coaching can be delivered in person or virtually via Zoom/Skype/MS Teams or other virtual platforms.
Our Pre-emptive Approach
There’s a saying that you can’t pour from an empty cup, so the rejuvenation process has to start with you. Think of this workshop as your staff’s time out. We want to address your wellbeing pre-emptively and help you attain/maintain mental wealth.
The lessons are for life.