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HMP Five Wells, The Spa – Koh Chang, Equator Design, IMI-PLC, Refugee and Migrant Centre, Siemens, Brinsford Prison and YOI, Glenthorne Retreat, Yuup, Amethyst Academy, Aldersely High School, Books Line, Melanoma Focus, Black Country Radio, Tanners Wood, HMP – Oakwood, Rethink, Brunel Pension Partnership, Teachwire, Pulse Magazine, WM Employers, British Dressage, Edgbaston Priory, Colmore Bid, Outserve, Salesforce, The Law Society, BMAG, Amazon, Nexus, Let us Play, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital, The Law Society, Croud Digital, Ofqual, The Professional Cricketers Association (Warwickshire & England Players), La Chiara di Prumiano (Tuscany), Wolverhampton Literary Festival, Rosary School, Gymbox, Shirley Circle, Family Services Australia, Royal College of Nursing, TJ International, Brown Fox Bureau, Freeways, Headstart, Jaguar Land Rover, Leaping Hare Press, Quarto Publishing, Innovation First, Aston University, Fordbridge Child Care Plus, Bolton School, St John College, Clifton Primary School, Barr Beacon School, Xoserve, Elmhurst Ballet School, Wolverhampton Council (Mental Health), Park Hill Primary School, Holly Mount School (Wimbledon), Solihull and North Warwickshire Business, PPMTA Ireland, Mental Health in Schools, Forum Business, Hollyoak School (London), Roundhay School (Leeds), Ministry of Justice, Coventry University, AP Academies, AP Free Schools, Pupil Referral Units (UK), Invest NI, Terrence Higgins Trust, Reading Blue Coat School, Colombia University (NYC), GE Electric, Legal Ombudsman, Refugee Action, Birmingham VSC, Manchester Grammar School, International Currency Exchange, Solihull School, Bedford School, Technotox, Queen Mary’s School, Warwick University, Keele University, University of Wolverhampton, CIPD Birmingham, NHS Trust, Moat Farm School, Broadoak College (Weston-Super-Mere) , Little French Retreat (Bordeaux), Gordano School (Portishead), The Guardian (Newspaper), Times Ed (Newspaper) University of Alicante, University of Prague, Bantock House (Wolverhampton), Walsall Council, DC Leisure, Our Lady of the Wayside Primary School (Solihull), Dixons Academy (Bradford), Stroud High School, Bow School (Tower Hamlets), Bodhgaya Primary School, Pushkar Boarding School, Institute of Education, Divine Chocolate, Elephant Journal, LifeHack, Bournville College, Coventry University, YouTube Partner. Apply for your company here. 

This page offers detail regarding the Mindful Training that we can offer to your organisation. If you are from a school and interested in bringing Mindful Meditation to your school, then please click here. The Mind/Body Medical Institute at Harvard University proclaimed that two essential factors for successful business are meditation and innovation.

“Meditation enhances the qualities companies need most from their knowledge workers: increased brain-wave activity, enhanced intuition, better concentration, and the alleviation of the kinds of aches and pains that plague employees most.”

A wide range of major companies, including Google, Deutsche Bank, Facebook, Goldman Sachs, have offered meditation classes to their workers. Apply for training through this form and we will be in touch very soon.

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There are now many well documented studies of the far-reaching benefits of meditation – including:

* Improved concentration
* Increased sense of wellbeing
* Better interpersonal skills
* Greater empathy
* Improve job performance
* Enhance creativity
* A calmer and more positive disposition
* Feeling refreshed and focused
* Help to transform the strain of high management positions
* Confident leadership and enlightened developmental strategies

These benefits will not only help you but improve the positive productivity of your business. Mindspace appreciates that many people with mental stress still manage to get to work, which is why we offer meditation in the workplace. As was stated in The Times:

“Many people with mental ill-health still manage to get to work. They may be constantly worried and preoccupied with the problems and issues but they do not take time off.  Psychologists describe this as presenteeism and the reduced productivity of below-par employees who turn up for work costs employees an estimated 15.1 billion a year or, £605 per employee in the workforce. When this is added to sickness absence and staff turnover, the annual cost of mental health problems to employers is £1035 billion and it becomes obvious that it would pay organizations to foster their workers mental well-being.”

Read testimonials from sessions we have runFor individual instruction please click hereIf you represent or work for an organization and would like to discover the courses that are available for you and your employees please use the above application form or contact us.