Mindfulness, Well-being, Meditation and Stress Management for the workplace
Stress in the Workplace
59% of adults in the UK suffer with workplace related stress. Whilst a little stress is recognised as beneficial to your work, helping you stay alert, energised and focused to meet new challenges, too many people suffer from excess stress which can have harmful mental and physical effects on the body.
How Stress Impacts the Workplace
- High staff turnover
- Low staff morale
- Low productivity
- Loss of sales
How Malminder Can Help
Malminder offers the following group sessions for your team:
- Stress management
- Mindful relaxation
Sessions take place at your workplace either before the working day begins or at lunchtime and typically last for 25 minutes. Malminder can also create bespoke group sessions and workshops to meet your team needs.
Studies have shown that mindfulness has led to a 57% reduction in depression and a 40% reduction in stress, and one of the reasons for this is that practicing mindfulness stimulates the part of the brain (the pre-frontal cortex) which associates with positive emotion.
Similarly, top CEOs are turning to to regular meditation as a solution to lowering stress, decreasing anxiety and preventing depression in the workplace. By giving the brain a much needed break from mental chatter and stressful thoughts meditation can relieve many of the symptoms of stress including feelings of being overwhelmed, frustrated and out of control.
The Benefits For You and Your Workplace
Malminder’s drop-in group mindfulness and meditation sessions will:
- Improve staff morale
- Reduce stress
- Improve productivity
- Reduce staff absence and sickness
- Create happier and healthier colleagues
- Bring positivity and energy to the workplace environments
Find out more
To discuss your requirements and for more information, contact Malminder’s office on info@hypnosis-in-london or call 0207 971 7677
Stress Management Posts Written by Malminder Gill
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