The life of a worker is always a constant race to achieve targets. The worker is stressed by over-thinking, over-analyzing and over-doing. They become counter productive and risk losing their physical, mental and emotional health. Stress has been called the “health epidemic” of the 21st century.

Stress in the workplace is estimated to cost the business industry billions each year due to:
  • Absenteeism
  • Lower Productivity
  • Turnover
  • Rising Health Care Costs

Organizations are smart in recognizing that putting the mental health of their workers first increases creativity, focus, and productivity. They have read the studies and are fully aware that mindfulness at the workplace is the solution to keeping their workers balanced overall and effective.

Mindfulness at the work place is a simple form of mental training practice that teaches you to :

  • Slow down racing thoughts,
  • Let go of negativity,
  • Calm your mind, body and emotions
  • Enable your mind to be completely focused
  • Use the breath as an object of concentration.
  • Encourage awareness of what you are doing and where you are
  • Be fully present, aware of where you are and what you are doing

“Mindfulness is a quality that every human being already possesses. You can easily learn how to access it.”

Modern Mindfulness practice is to take an intermittent pause from the hustle of a long day’s work and give the human system a rest. There is much noise and agitation inside the mind and emotions. You would like a break, some space, some quiet and calmness.

The purpose of mindfulness practice is to:

  • Improve overall well being
  • Be able to focus on tasks without mind distraction
  • Reduce aging caused by stress and worry
  • Be able to breathe properly and correctly
  • Learn how to pay attention to detail
  • Keep your awareness of your surroundings

Mindfulness at the work place is a simple form of mental training practice that teaches you to :


  • Increase productivity
  • Boost creative problem solving in high demand situations
  • Reduce Stress and anxiety
  • More energy, vitality and well-being
  • Increased focus, concentration, memory and creativity
  • Improved communication skills


  • Reduce employee sick days
  • Increase employee retention
  • Reduce health care costs
  • Higher productivity and efficiency
  • Clearer communication and rapport between team members
  • Lower absentee rates and employee burnout
  • A more positive work environment
  • Boost creativity and purpose

“Let go of your mind and then be mindful. Close your ears and listen!” ~ Jalaluddin Rumi


Mindfulness is the awareness of “some-thing,”
while Meditation is the awareness of “no-thing.”

Meditation has been practiced across the globe for thousands of years because it works. Science shows us that meditation reduces cortisol, the stress hormone. No one wants stress in life. Whatever business your organization is in, a happy and more engaged team will also be a more focused and motivated team.

“Meditation and Intuition are the two most valuable executive tools for the 21st century” ~ Harvard Business School

Companies and employees suffer in the form of more sick days, low productivity, and the opportunity cost of sub-optimal performance.

But there’s a solution.

It’s been proven over and over again: Meditation is an incredibly powerful stress-relieving tool that boosts productivity, innovation and creativity.

Meditation is THE high performance tool of CEOs. More businesses are adopting it as an employee benefit — and more and more job seekers are expecting it.

Meditation is a practice founded on the development of your self-awareness, your physical and mental capabilities and limitations. Meditation is exploring.

Meditation is not a part of any religion; it is a science, which means that the process of meditation follows a particular order, has definite principles, and produces results that can be verified.

Meditation is a precise technique for resting the mind by keeping the mind clear, relaxed, and inwardly focused.

The purpose is to ensure that all participants have an opportunity to understand what meditation is and experience some of the amazing benefits. Participants can learn to apply some meditative exercises throughout the day when stress is starting to build.
It is a practical means for calming yourself, for letting go of your biases and seeing what is, openly and clearly. It is a way of training the mind so that you are not distracted and caught up in its endless churning.

The benefits are numerous. It is a system of commitment to yourself, to your path, and to the goal of knowing yourself.


  • Boost emotional intelligence.
  • Improve relationships at work
  • More patience and confidence in decision making
  • Reduce and Remove Anxiety & Stress
  • Create a Stronger Desire to Further the Organization’s Goals
  • Increase Creativity and Problem-Solving Abilities
  • Build a stronger connection with fellow workers
  • Build coping mechanisms to deal with the daily Ups and Downs


The benefits are numerous. It is a system of commitment to yourself, to your path, and to the goal of knowing yourself.

  • Greater productivity and higher performance
  • Reduced employee absenteeism and sick days
  • Increased employee retention
  • Increased work engagement and commitment
  • Reduced employee health care costs
  • Confidence in presentations
  • Greater motivation and co-operation amongst workers
  • Stronger leadership qualities
  • Better negotiator in sales

“Meditation is very therapeutic. It not only leads to inner balance and stability, it also exposes your inner complexes, your immaturities, your unproductive reflexes and habits.”

Meditation teaches you to systematically explore your inner dimensions. It is a system of commitment, not commandment. It should not become a ceremony or religious ritual but a requirement of the human body.

Our meditation sessions are diverse and offers the participant a variation of meditative exercises to practice.

  • Breath Awareness Meditation
  • Movement Meditation
  • Laughter Meditation
  • Guided Imagery Meditation
  • Creative Visualization Meditation