“It’s definitely the best thing I’ve done in 2015 and it’s made a big difference to my happiness levels.”

Annette, Editor, Pickled Pepper

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“The exercises were remarkably powerful.”

Daniel, Department of Energy and Climate Change

“Fantastic! We should do this more often.”

Mohamed, J.P. Morgan

I learned how to to calm myself down, to be present and to be more productive. MORE PLEASE!

Lucy, National Union of Students

The problem we address: Workplace Stress

Do people in your workplace suffer from stress and if so, what services are on offer to help them? Here are two good reasons for tackling stress:

1. It’s bad for business:

Some people say stress helps to motivate them. Pressure can be a good motivator, but after a certain point it leads to worse performance and ill-health, as this graph shows.

Pressure Response Curve

Do you know how much stress costs your business everyday?

2. It’s bad for health:

Stress is now the number one reason for people to be off sick. It causes a huge number of health problems,  as this diagram shows:

what_stress_does_to_the_body

 

Our Solution: Mindfulness

In the last one we ran, stress, anxiety and over-whelm reduced by 25%.

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“I’ve  learnt to be much more aware of what’s going on in my body so that when tension and stress start to build up I can take a step back and have a break and relax for a while rather than just keep on going and creating stress related problems in my body and mind.”

Emma, Eviva Communications.

What happens in our workshops?

The three key skills we teach are:

  1. Training the mind to focus on one thing at time and de-stressing
  2. Improving self-awareness and emotional intelligence
  3. Cultivating a positive attitude towards yourself and others

Here’s some feedback from a recent workshop with PwC:

“Informative. Encouraging. Inspiring”
“Really enlightening and useful”
“Fab – thank you, Andy!”
“Very helpful and calming”
“Useful and easy to implement in everyday life”

 

What’s the first step?

In the first instance we offer a one hour taster session so you can experience what mindfulness is. Of the people who have come to our tasters so far, most of whom had never tried mindfulness before, 98% said in the feedback that they thought practising it would improve their performance at work.

Get in contact to book a taster.

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