• Jodie Gien
  • Director

What is mindfulness?

“Mindfulness is about re-training your brain so you can remain calm and respond wisely to difficulty. Over time, your brain structure changes as you build sustained focus, profound awareness and deep resilience.”

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Mindfulness Training.

  • Leadership
  • Schools
  • Athletes
  • Workshops

Mindful Leadership.

Stressed at work? Need better leadership?

Mindful Leadership training inspires and engages the creative human potential in your organisation, harnessing the neuroscience of mindfulness to help regulate the effects of stress and burnout. Both leaders and teams become more focused, insightful, empathic, collaborative, resilient and productive. For your organisation, Mindful Leadership generates a culture of creativity and innovation, rather than a culture of stress.

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Mindful Schools.

Increase focus and concentration

Mindful Learning helps students understand how to manage difficult emotions, cope with stress and anxiety, and overcome worry and negative thinking. By building emotional resilience and self-awareness, they naturally become more empathetic, more connected and less likely to be negatively influenced by pop culture or peer pressure.

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Mindful Athletes.

Maintain focus under pressure

It’s no secret anymore that the world’s best athletes and professional sporting teams use mindfulness to help them stay on top of their game. Many world class sports heroes and teams are using mindfulness to help them win gold.

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Mindful Workshops.

Reduce stress and overcome anxiety

Healthy short-term stress is a natural and important part of life. However, the constant demands and ‘busy-ness’ of modern life can lead to chronic stress, which affects our concentration, mood regulation and sleep, often resulting in anxiety, dissociation, frustration and burnout.

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Business

Top 5 reasons why mindfulness is essential to your business

Stress

3 scientific reasons why mindfulness reduces stress

Stress

3 quick mindfulness practices to overcome worry