Mindfulness

"Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way; on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgementally." (Jon Kabat-Zinn, 1994)

Mindfulness is the psychological process of bringing our attention to what is happening in our thoughts, emotions and bodies in the present moment – as they are occurring – without immediately reacting to them and trying to fix, change, judge or avoid them. When we use a Mindful approach, we develop the capacity to observe events with greater awareness, and with an attitude of openness, exploration, curiosity and acceptance. When we are Mindful, we do not impulsively ‘react'; instead, we consciously ‘respond’ to life’s events as they arise.

When practiced diligently and correctly, mindfulness has been proven by clinical studies to alleviate a host of physical and mental problems. For this reason, mindfulness programs have been adapted for use in hospitals, schools, workplaces and numerous other environments.

 

What to expect?

Our lessons place emphasis on experiential learning. Our instructors will lead you through mindfulness and meditation practices, supporting you along the way. Based on these experiences, we will together develop insights and learning points through dialogue and group interaction.

As daily practice is a crucial part of mindfulness, materials for guided meditation exercise at home will also be provided.

 

Who is it for?

Our past clients have come from all walks of life - CEOs, bankers, teachers, executive coaches, researchers, psychologists, lawyers, entrepreneurs, modern-day farmers, professors, physiotherapists, physicians, housewives and even students.

You should consider mindfulness if you are:

  • Committed to taking a disciplined and committed approach to achieving positive changes in life
  • Open to learning
  • Curious about understanding your strengths and weaknesses
  • Eager to live out your potential