What is mindfulness? It’s a very common question we are asked. It’s not always easy to answer in one sentence so we developed the Introduction to Mindfulness workshop to explain. In a nutshell, mindfulness is the practice of focusing your attention in the present moment to help develop an awareness of your thoughts, feelings and physical sensations. Regular practise leaves us better equipped to regulate our emotions and responses, helping to increase our state of wellbeing and reduce stress, anxiety and depression.

The Workshop

This introduction to mindfulness at work seeks to fully explain what mindfulness is and how we can benefit from its practice. We explore its history, the science behind it and its relevance to a business setting before teaching practical techniques and applications of how mindfulness in the workplace can work for you.

What you’ll learn

You’ll cover some interesting theory in these mindfulness in the workplace sessions then, through mindfulness meditation practices, you’ll learn practical techniques that will help you deal with focus, concentration, stress and even pain.

  • What is mindfulness?
  • A brief history
  • Effects on the brain
  • Benefits of mindfulness in the workplace
  • Three mindfulness meditation practices
  • How to integrate mindfulness into your working day
Who is this workshop for?

Employees of any level who would like to learn more about what mindfulness is and how it can be of value on a day-to-day basis.

Workshop length

90 mins
Half day

Workshop size

Up to 20 people


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