Mindfulness – Businesses

Why invest in Mindfulness?

These quotes emphasise the importance of mindfulness in preventing burnout and finding peace in the present moment.

“Burnout is about resentment. Preventing it is about knowing yourself well enough to know what it is you are giving up that makes you resentful.”
Marissa Mayer

‘We humans have lost the wisdom of genuinely resting and relaxing. We worry too much. We do not allow our bodies to heal, and we do not allow our minds and hearts to heal.”
Thich Nhat Hanh

Investing in mindfulness in the workplace can yield numerous benefits for both employers and employees.Here are some reasons why it’s worthwhile:

Reduction in Absenteeism:

When employees prioritise their physical and psychological wellbeing, they are less likely to take sick leave or time off due to health issues. This leads to better attendance and continuity in work tasks.

Enhanced Productivity:

Wellbeing initiatives can boost employees’ vitality, motivation, and concentration levels. When employees feel physically and mentally well, they are more likely to perform at their best, leading to increased productivity.

Improved Workplace Engagement:

Wellbeing programmes often include activities that promote self-awareness, stress management, and communication skills. As employees become more self-aware and equipped with coping mechanisms, they are likely to engage more positively in their work and interact better with colleagues.

“Mindfulness is the silent watcher of your thoughts and feelings.”
“Meditation is not a way of making your mind quiet. It is a way of entering into the quiet that is already there – buried under the 50,000 thoughts the average person thinks every day.”

Deepak Chopra

Mindfulness for Business

What will I Learn in the course?

A Structured 6 -8 Week Mindfulness Now Stress Reduction Programme (MNSR)                     

MNSR provides fusion of key elements of the scientifically proven Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) programme, created by Jon Kabat-Zinn, and the Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), developed by Dr Mark Williams and colleagues of the University of Oxford and the Oxford Mindfulness Centre. MBCT builds on MBSR and offers a breakthrough in the clinical treatment of depression, anxiety, and emotional trauma. It is recommended by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) as a treatment option for various health conditions.

Focus On:
  • Enhancing mental and emotional wellbeing
  • Mindfulness and Neuroplasticity link
  • How to practice Mindfulness Meditation
  • Various techniques to take control over day-to-day life
  • Techniques to anchor in the present moment
  • Mind and body oneness
  • Peering into the mind
  • How to separate from negative thoughts
  • Ways to control our mind chatters
  • Self-compassion and kindness
Course Materials & Other Resources

Handouts will be provided as required.

Include ‘The Gift,’ a day long mindfulness retreat with formal group meditations, movements, discussions, awareness games, walk outdoors & eating a meal together if the course is delivered either online/ face to face or hybrid depending on the group.

If, due to unforeseen circumstances, the session is cancelled you will be offered a place on a course on an alternative date. If a suitable alternative date cannot be arranged, your payment will be refunded in full.

Get in touch to discuss group discounts or multiple bookings, if you are not sure which course is right for you, or you require more bespoke courses, we will be happy to work with you in terms to develop the course.

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01235 603075



Contact Info:

Bee House
140 Eastern Avenue
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Milton Park
Oxfordshire OX14 4SB