Overview

Mindfulness, the art of being present, is now on the learning agenda of global organisations, such as Google, Apple and Proctor & Gamble. It has become recognised as a valued, and scientifically proven, technique in reducing stress, increasing focus and improving communication flow in the workplace.  The impact of which, whether used formally or informally, enables individuals to gain better control of their emotions, demonstrate increased empathy and improve performance. Please note, this session includes live meditation practice.

Course content to include…

  • Definition of mindfulness & it’s origins
  • The benefits of practicing mindfulness both physically & mentally
  • Exploring the link between mindfulness & stress reduction
  • Recognising stress triggers & the impact of stress
  • The difference between formal & informal mindfulness practice
  • Practice of specific mindfulness meditation techniques of breathing and the body scan
  • Mindfulness of emotions and using noting in mindfulness practice
  • How to incorporate mindfulness into daily life
  • Practice of informal mindfulness techniques such as mindful eating
  • Identifying strategies for incorporating mindfulness into daily life
  • How to be more mindful when communicating by demonstrating openness, empathy and compassion
  • Full 10 minute led mediation practice

By the end of the course learners will be able to…

  • Understand the benefits of practicing mindfulness
  • Practice mindfulness formally or informally
  • Be more mindful when communicating

 Really relaxing after only 10 minutes practice. That’s not much time at all to help feel relaxed. I’m looking forward to using this in real life, and to see how well it works. Thank you very much