Definitions of Mindfulness

Mindfulness is knowing what is happening, when it is happening, without preference. – Rob Nairn.

Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way, on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgementally.  – Jon Kabat Zinn

Mindfulness refers to keeping one’s consciousness alive to the present reality. It is the miracle by which we master and restore ourselves. – Thich Nhat Hanh,

Testimonials

"The course has made a tremendously positive impact on my life – on me personally, with my relationships and others, my approach at work, and the way I handle problem situations"

"I feel 100% more positive and able to cope with life’s stresses and strains”

“A lovely balance of practice and discussion and a lovely supportive group.”

“Chloe created a warm, open environment very quickly which resulted in a very cohesive and supportive group”

“Excellent teaching, presented in a very knowledgable insightful and thought provoking manner.”

Mindfulness at Work

Introducing mindfulness into the workplace is becoming increasingly popular. Research reveals that it can help decrease work related stress, anxiety and illness, increase employee resilience, enhance management skills and increase creativity and productivity.

We can deliver the following mindfulness workshops, adapted to meet the needs of your organisation;

  • The eight week course in your workplace for employees or your clients/service users
  • 1-3 hour introduction to mindfulness workshop
  • One day introduction to mindfulness workshop
  • Half day introduction to mindfulness workshop
  • Mindfulness development workshops
  • One off taster sessions for team building, health and wellbeing days and AGMs
  • CPD workshops

For more information please contact Chloe Homewood Allen (mindfulnessglasgow@live.co.uk) (07790 001 896)