–Two introductory seminars on mindfulness training for busy people
These 3-hour seminars will teach you how to increase your focus, productivity and resilience at work through mindfulness training. Trainers Angela Spaxman and Peta McAuley, PhD will present practical, scientifically-validated tools for busy people.
When: Thursday February 16, 2012, 7pm to 10pm or
Friday February 17, 2012, 9:30am to 12:30am
Where: Paragon Culture, 23/F, The Pemberton, 22-26 Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan
More info: Mindfulness at Work, February 2012
If you’re ready to begin new habits of mindful working, I’m also offering an 8-week program to help you start practicing both sitting and active mindfulness in your daily life.
“The mindfulness training has helped me feel more positive energy towards work and deadlines. I am more in the moment, have better concentration, I’m happier with myself and sleep better at night!”
– Marita Rouhof, Regional Head of Communications, AXA Asia, Hong Kong
“The course is truly simple yet amazing, a perfect example of small changes bringing a BIG difference. After two weeks of mindfulness training, I was already much calmer and more productive at work. Mindfulness makes a dramatic difference in how much I can achieve in a day. And even though I’m getting more done, it is less stressful.
“The best thing about the program is that I’m now much more aware of my thoughts. There’s a space between my thoughts and my actions which allows me to make better decisions where before I might have just responded without thinking.”
– Andy Kun, Business Development Manager, Telecommunications Industry, Hong Kong
What are the benefits? Mindfulness is part of a positive worldwide trend bringing more consciousness to business and more intrinsic joy to life. I’ve written some articles about why mindfulness is important to me: