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Meditation Course for Corporate

More productive and efficient employees peacefully!

Corporate meditation classes offer an excellent means of introducing scientifically proven meditation benefits to the workplace. These benefits include increased productivity and focus, reduced turnover, improved communication, and decreased burnout and sick leave. Additionally, fostering a better working environment through these classes can lead to improved job satisfaction and higher retention rates for the company.

Increase employees productivity and focus

Findings showed changes in the regions of the brain responsible for learning and working memory capacity. This can result in employees improving time management skills and having better task performance.

Reduce Turnover

Researches showed that mindfulness is a very helpful tool for an organization to retain and satisfy its employees. Corporate meditation doesn’t just improve business relationships, it improves our personal relationships as well. When not just work satisfaction but life satisfaction improves too, workers become more loyal and dedicated.

Improves Leadership and Communication

Mindfulness can better equip leaders make a conscious choice about their response. Acting decisively and with clarity of thought in challenging circumstances is precisely what’s required for effective leadership.

Reduce stress

Stanford University School of Medicine conducted a study that shows meditation can lead to a 30% decrease of stress-related symptoms that can lead to serious illness. This can help to increase attendance for workers minimize the occurrence of paid and unpaid absences, lowering healthcare costs and boost productivity overall.

Reduced Absenteeism

As meditation helps manage stress and promotes overall health, it may contribute to reduced absenteeism due to stress-related illnesses. Employees who practice meditation may experience improved physical and mental health, leading to fewer sick days.

Positive Workplace Culture

Implementing meditation programs can contribute to a positive workplace culture. It demonstrates an organization's commitment to employee well-being and can foster a sense of community among colleagues.

Why a course not just meditation practice?


The intellectual aspect provides an understanding of how things work and why we are approaching it this way at this stage of the practice.


It sheds light on obstacles a practitioner might face at different stages and offers guidance on how to deal with each obstacle.


It provides guidance on why a particular type might not suit you and suggests alternative meditation practices.


It guides you on how to incorporate meditation into your daily life to maximize its benefits.

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It provides you with materials to be used later, after the course, for refreshing your skills and getting back on track.


Group activities and meditations during the course provide employees with more opportunities to connect and communicate on beneficial subjects such as meditation.

What can the course include?

Depending on your goals for the course, we can customize it to meet your needs. Initially, we offer the following two options:

  1. Introduction - Single 1.5-hour session
    This provides a panoramic overview, offering glimpses into selected topics. Following this, the audience will have a foundation for further research to enhance their practices.

  2. Build the skill - Five sessions, one per week, each lasting 1.5 hour.
    This will entail the course being conducted over a period of five weeks, giving a chance for in-depth coverage for the selected topics, as well as time for reflection, practice, and review.

The course can include:

  • What meditation is and what it isn't.

  • Scientifically proven benefits of meditation

  • How it works

  • Different meditation postures

  • Meditation and Mindfulness

  • Dealing with distractions

  • Attention and awareness

  • Setting up a daily practice

  • Different types of meditation

  • How/When to chose the right meditation type for me

  • Mindful review and how it enhances the practice

  • Meditation and anxiety

  • Meditation for better work performance, public speakers, and creativity.

  • Meditation for problem solving

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