Four reasons why mindfulness makes a great workshop
1. It brings people together in a non-cringe-worthy way.
2. It encourages inclusive and compassionate work environments
3. It gives self-insight and tools to explore further long after the workshop
4. It is fun!
We talk a lot at work! We use our heads, analyse, solve problems, think, imagine and judge. But sometimes the answers needs to be found somewhere else. Especially when it comes to interpersonal relations and our inner well-being. Mindfulness workshops are an opportunity to step out of the head and connect with our bodies and the present moment. Although we are learning new ways to relate to our own thoughts, emotions and physical sensations, magic happens and we also start to relate differently to our collegues.
Employees are people before employees and mindfulness can help us to truly see each other beyond any preconceived ideas or stereotypes. It can help us as individuals and as a team – and it can even be fun!
“Berit was excellent. Her calm manner and professionalism won over the severest cynic (i.e. me). Her soothing voice, sense of humour and openmindedness all stood out. She persuaded me of the need to do more mindfulness. It was an inspiring, bonding and fun experience”
“Berit holds the room very well and effortlessly. Her presence is light and unobtrusive. She is encouraging without being overbearing. Berit knows how to guide relaxation and I have come to remember and repeat her words to myself as I practice at home. Thank you”
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“I love your enthusiasm, professionalism and sense of calm and utter kindness. Its infectious. I also really appreciated your attention to details that said ‘you matter’ – from the seed gift at the end to the speed of uploading material, meeting our timetable and sharing so much with us. Real empathy with action!”
Jacqui Fairbrass, Leadership coach and founder of Trafalgar Personal Development Ltd