Work can be stressful. You may have emails, phone calls, meetings, and presentations to deal with. And, of course, your own work! Practicing mindfulness can help employees cope with daily stressors. Applying simple principles of mindfulness produces a more clear-minded, centered approach to work, resulting in increased productivity, better health, and more positive business outcomes.
Recurring meditation sessions for your employees
The Power of Applied Mindfulness
From Chaos to Calm
Quantum Gong Bath
Sound Bath Immersion
The Secret to Stress Reduction
Cultivating Insight and Resilience
Sleep Hygiene Uncovered
FOR CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT
The Power of Presence
The Power of Positive Change
Reclaiming Your Authentic Self
Developing a Culture of Co-Listening
Building Resiliency In the Workplace *new*
Managing Anger, Reactivity & Hot-Button Habit
FOR LEGAL PROFESSIONALS
Communication That Resonates
Revealing the Hidden: Using Mindfulness to Address Unconscious Bias
Any group may book a full or half day retreat up to 250 people. We will customize an experience for your team, whether it be team building, staff appreciation, strategic planning or just a celebration! We offer transportation, nourishment, and facilitated activities tailored to your team’s specific needs.
Schedule to speak with one of our corporate meditation specialists.
Transform your company
Let us come to you for your company's meditation needs.
Programs are scheduled and conducted either virtually or on-site at your location in any reasonably quiet conference room or space. The recharj® studio space can also be reserved for private corporate outings.
Ask us how to receive your $100 credit!
PROGRAMS CAN BE SPECIFICALLY TAILORED TO:
• One-on-one or small group executive coaching sessions
• Webinars reaching employees locally or worldwide
Contact us for further information on how best to implement meditation + mindfulness programs into your organization.
Companies We Work With
Mindfulness enables leaders to be fully present, aware of themselves and their impact on other people, and sensitive to their reactions to stressful situations.
BILL GEORGE, Harvard Business School Professor, former Medtronic CEO