In-office Wellness: The best part of your workday!

Mindfulness

Guided mindfulness meditations positively change the chemistry of the brain, enabling you to change both the intention as well as the perception and outlook on a situation, problem or challenge. At the vanguard of this movement, which is quietly spreading through the business world, we find companies like Aetna and General Mills with meditation rooms or classes in every building on their corporate campuses, or even Wall Street firms like Goldman Sachs and BlackRock teaching meditation on the job to:

  • Become more present minded
  • Calm the nervous system
  • Clear the mind of noise and stress
  • Enable better focus
  • Promote clear decision-making and strategic thinking
  • Support deeper and better sleep

Mindfulness allows you to become more present-minded, less prone to make rash decisions and generally nicer to work with! This is particularly important when managing different personalities on a team, dealing with stressful situations, or managing seasonal peaks and troughs in business.

How does it work?

  • Each session may last anywhere from 30 - 60 minutes, and only requires a comfortable meeting room or office where participants can stand, sit or lay down.
  • Setting up a daily or weekly practice yields the best results. Try to do it at the same time each day so that your and your staff can mark your calendars and reserve your spot with ease.
  • Mindfulness guided meditation can be done standing, sitting or laying down. There are no hard and fast rules....whatever works for each individual.
  • There is no need to change clothes to participate in this initiative.

CALL TODAY (305) 302 6359 to schedule a regular in-office stretching/yoga plan.Guided mindfulness meditations positively change the chemistry of the brain, enabling you to change both the intention as well as the perception and outlook on a situation, problem or challenge. This is particularly important when managing different personalities on a team, dealing with stressful situations, or managing seasonal peaks and troughs in business.

 

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