The Mindful Corporation
A program designed for business to bring mindfulness into the corporation.
Meditation is good for business!
The number of days off for stress, anxiety and depression have fallen by 71% over the following three years.
Absences for all conditions dropped by 50% over that time.
80% of participants reporting improvements in their relationships,
79% improvements in their ability to relax,
64% improvements in sleep patterns
53% improvements in happiness at work.
These results come from a study by the British Government and can be found in the book “Mindfulness @ Work: Reduce stress, live mindfully and be happier and more productive at work by Anna Black
The following class can be taught at your organization in the Houston area
Motivate students to want to meditate.
Provide an explanation of how and why meditation can help.
— Identify the problems that meditation and mindfulness can address.
— Explain how the practices can help one change their habitual reactions.
Learn How to meditate.
— Provide enough in class experience and instructions that the students will know how to meditate.
— Setting realistic expectations of a meditation practice so that they will be willing to do the practices.
Provide support for integrating meditation into daily life.
— Teach micro practices that can be done throughout the day so that people with a busy schedule can still cultivate and benefit from the practice.
— Provide a “4-week Challenge” program that will allow them to review the material covered in the full course and actually train in a variety of meditation techniques. Click Here
For All Classes
All of the classes will have some teaching, meditation, class discussion and an optional homework assignment to train in the practices taught in the classroom
Class 1 – Resilience – Why Meditate
Why should one spend time on a daily basis focusing on the breath?
What is the problem that meditation solves.
What are the benefits.
Class 2 Meditation and Mindfulness
What is the difference between Mindfulness and Meditation.
How to meditate.
Setting realistic expectations.
Class 3 – Compassion
When we treat others with respect and compassion we cultivate the relationships that brings people together.
Aspirational practices that open us up.
Class 4 – Letting Go
Letting go of the drama that drives negative emotions.
Accept the reality of the situation and work constructively to make the most of what you have.
“4-week Challenge” program that will allow them to review the material covered in the full course and actually train in a variety of meditation techniques. Click Here
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