Especially designed for companies and universities, this program includes mindfulness and meditation techniques to improve stress management and emotional intelligence skills.
It is designed to offer a toolset to enhance emotional and physical resilience, concentration, sustained wellbeing and positivite mindset, as well as strong collaboration.
How the program works?
10 hours live training (over 2 to 5 days), followed by a four-week online journey, and a final 1-hr webinar
Live Training (10 hours)
Introduction to neuroscience, mindfulness and emotional intelligence. Defining a
tool set of practices and meditation techniques on stress management, completed by a understanding of
bodymechanics and a short yoga sequence designed for your work place.
Virtual Practice (4 weeks)
Weekly exercises and resources delivered by email.
Webinar (1 hour)
Reconnect with your teacher & group to review and set a plan for continuation.
What can you expect?
Intensify your focus & concentration
Build resilience in the face of challenge
Unleash creativity and innovative thinking.
Develop greater self-awareness and emotion regulation.
Communicate positively and effectively.
Experience greater overall well-being.
Do you like tangible results? So do we!
Research now reveals that these benefits add up to make an impact on organizational culture and effectiveness.
Every year, new companies are investing in mindfulness training programs, following the example of insurance leader Aetna, giant trademark Google and many others.
* The connection between mindfulness and well-being has been proven consistently for almost 10 years. One study found that two weeks of mindfulness training increased well-being, decreased emotional exhaustion at work, and increased job satisfaction (Hulsheger et al., 2012).
* Mindfulness has been found to increase brain cortex thickness and activation in regions associated with personal awareness and emotion management (Tang et al., 2015)
* In a survey conducted by the Institute of Mindful Leadership, 93% of leaders reported that mindfulness training helped them create space for innovation, and nearly 70% said it helped them to think strategically (Institute for Mindful Leadership Survey).