Research conducted over the last 40 years demonstrates the benefits that can be gained from mindfulness training are found to be effective in treating a range of health conditions and boosting the auto immune system. Mindfulness practice also reduces the risk of burnout, increasing resilience and overall well-being. In addition to improvements in both physical and psychological symptoms, practicing mindfulness also brings about positive changes in attitudes and behaviours.
As we heighten our awareness, we have more clarity and able to cut through to see what serves best in the present situations, as opposed to, in our “automatic-pilot mode”. The momentary pause we deliberately take, enables us to make conscious choices on how we may want to respond. As what Viktor Frankl said, "Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom". Through the practices, we also cultivate attitudes of patience, curiosity and friendliness towards ourselves and others. This can greatly enhance our relationships with ourselves and others. Many people report that as they practice mindfulness, they notice they relate differently to their experience in a way that brings about deeper well-being and better outcomes.
Mindfulness Program for the workplace 
- Tailored to meet the needs of the organization -
Four-weekly online sessions on learning to work with difficulties and building resilience.
Next run starting in July 2020
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Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) 
8-weekly program
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A half-day or one-day introductory workshop
- Tailored to meet the needs of the organization -
Half-day workshop for public members
Half-day guided program to sustain and deepen our practice