Rapidly gaining in popularity, mindfulness is a centuries old idea
that has been reinvented to address the challenges of our digital age.
Our experts draw on the most current scientific research and evidence-based
thinking on the theory and practice of mindfulness.
By adopting mindfulness training into your workplace your people will learn tools and strategies
to better respond to stress, build greater resilience and improve focus and clarity.
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1. INTRODUCTION TO MINDFULNESS
Learn about the history of mindfulness, its benefits and how it can be applied to everyday life. Understand how the mind and emotions operate, how our brain and thinking has evolved and also how we are reshaping our brain through thinking, beliefs and behaviours. The workshop concludes with instruction and practice on the most beneficial Mindfulness parctice for reducing stress, calming the mind, and to create better focus.
Mindfulness at work has been proven to increase employee satisfaction, performance and retention, and reduces stress, sick days and burn out. Incorporating mindfulness training into your wellbeing programme enables employees to be more relaxed, less stressed out, happier, healthier, more creative, more focused, and more productive.
5 x 60mins
In this 5 module foundation course you will learn the principle practices of Mindfulness, and how they can be applied and integrate into life. This course is ideal for learning about triggers, emotions and how we come to view the world through our own conditioning. The training will help to bring less stress. less anxiety, and more motivation to all participants. This course is designed to help with both personal and work life balance.
Learn that happiness can be cultivated through Mindfulness. Understand triggers, negative thought patterns and how to overcome them with the 4 main mindfulness practices. Promotes a more positive work culture. Participants develop better focus, be more productive and to feel more connected to others.
3. STRESS LESS WITH MINDFULNESS
Stress is unavoidable, but how we deal with stress is what makes all the difference. Eighty-three percent of Kiwis say they suffer from stress – of those a third say work is the cause. Research has shown that workplace stress and anxiety is rising year on year. Longer working hours, juggling home life and work life, and the expectation to be ‘on’ all of the time all contribute to the growing stress epidemic. The good news is we can reduce stress thought simple daily practices that bring great sense of calm and increased self-awareness.
Learn the science behind stress and how to train the brain for calm. Discover how to create more mental space when you have no time and how to manage difficult emotions. Learn mindfulness techniques to bring a greater sense of calm and clarity.