“At first, the notion of yoga and meditation in the office seems like the province of Silicon Valley startups where employees bring their dogs to work and play football in the lobby” David Gelles, “Mindfull work”
But in recent years, Mindfulness has gone mainstream. Many of America’s largest companies, such as General Mills, Facebook, Google, Patagonia,… have built extensive programs to foster mindful practices among their workers.
This is because—as employees and employers are discovering, and psychologists and cognitive scientists have confirmed—mindfulness has tangible benefits.
Meditation lowers stress, increases mental focus, empathy, creativity, and general wellfare.
Mindfulness exists since ancient times in the Buddhist tradition and philosophy as a way to develop and train the mind.
You may ask, why mindfulness, what is mindfulness, why do we hear so much about mindfulness at this time? Is it just a trend or a fashion thing?
More and more magazines, books, applications, talk about Mindfulness and even a wide range of organizations are offering this practice to their people as a way to focus, relax, think better and work better.
We can build together a series of workshops for your people, during office hours, as a gift to discover this useful tool for their lives and jobs.
Specific workshops to improve creativity, empathy, team-building, decision-making, for stress reduction and improve well-being.
Mindfulness is a basic human quality, a way of learning to pay attention to whatever is happening in your life that allows you a greater sense of connection to your life inwardly and outwardly.
Mindfulness is also a practice, a systematic method aimed at cultivating clarity, insight, and understanding.
In the context of your health, mindfulness is a way for you to experience and learn how to take better care of yourself by exploring and understanding the interplay of mind and body and mobilizing your own inner resources for coping, growing, and healing.
Scientific research suggests that training in mindfulness can positively affect the ability to reduce psychological distress while learning to live life more fully.
At home, at the workplace, or with outings in nature, I can accompany you through Mindfulness.
When do you have your more creative ideas?
When do you connect with feelings as openness, possibility, confidence and beauty?
When you feel your worries are not so terrible, and you see new options?
Several studies show that walking anywhere outdoors reduces depression, anxiety, and anger, only the experience of a mindful walking in a forest reduces fatigue and improves people’s vitality.
Nature is a wonderful place for team building, stress reduction, improving empathy and decision making.
Do you dare to take your team for your next meeting in Nature?