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Creating Positive Change

Let's face it. We want the best for both our company/business and our team/employees. Our employees are truly the essence of what makes a company thrive. Sure, strategic management, business practices, and innovation are all drivers for helping a company to flourish through the years, but in the end, it's all about "people." And for those of us involved with corporate wellness, culture management and building a strong corporate DNA, we take the task of helping our people to succeed very seriously. We aim to create a corporate culture and environment that produces Emotionally Intelligent, productive and happy people.  We spend enough hours at work, we want to experience a positive and motivated environment where people strive to improve, support and learn.

With corporate mindfulness, companies have the opportunity to truly inspire their employees so that the workplace is an exciting and fulfilling part of their lives. With that in mind, we understand that we live in a fast-paced society with constant change, demands, and stress. This type of lifestyle can be stimulating and exciting, but it can also be exhausting, draining, and unhealthy and can often lead to burnout, anxiety and depression. The good news is research has shown that help is available in the form of mindfulness. The Harvard Business Review published a story on December 18, 2015 indicating that the busier you are the more you need mindfulness.   

"Truly forward-thinking leaders recognize that one of the best business strategies is developing the mindfulness of their workforce." The article stated that "A lack of mindfulness robs every one of the opportunities to see potential paths to success." The story went on to reference a study by researchers at the University of Washington that found that mindfulness can improve both work accuracy and the ability to work through tasks quicker, along with reducing stress. Practicing mindfulness can pay great personal dividends, including more energy, awareness,, better health and stress and anxiety relief to name just a few.

The problem is:

a) finding the time to practice mindfulness and

b) knowing what to do and where to begin.


In our Mindfulness sessions we take the group through simple techniques that can be done anywhere at any time and the best thing about Mindfulness is you don’t need anything apart from yourself and it doesn’t cost anything to practise it.


Our sessions incorporate a range of different mindfulness techniques to suit different people.  Sessions can be from 15 minutes to an hour and are great to add into a professional development session or before/after work or at lunch time.


For more information or to book a session for your team call Jo on 0417 549218 or email


Mindfulness retreats
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