workshops

  • Mastermind & Mindfulness
  • Developing the Leader Within

Retreats

  • 5 Day Challenge

Coaching

According to Harvard Medical School, practicing mindfulness improves both mental and physical health.

 

According to researchers Walsh& Shapiro (2006),  if we can learn to focus our attention and awareness in a way that brings our thinking under control, this will improve our overall mental health and improve our abilities in the areas of calmness, clarity and concentration. 

If calmness, clarity and concentration isn’t enough, here are some additional proven benefits of mindfulness: 
  • Improves memory

  • Reduces stress and anxiety

  • Improves emotional intelligence

  • Helps manage toxic emotions

  • Reduces depression

  • Improve relationship satisfaction (work and personal) 

And if that doesn’t impress you, how about these research findings:
  • Lowers blood pressure

  • Reduces chronic pain

  • Improves sleep

  • Alleviates gastrointestinal  difficulties