Mindfulness at work

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Mindfulness at work

Work-related stress, depression or anxiety is defined as a harmful reaction people have to undue pressures and demands placed on them at work. Mindfulness at work is a really positive way to reduce the stresses caused by work or help deal with them more effectively.

Rachel McKenna Mindfulness offers training in mindfulness at work, available in the workplace and online, to help teach methods of relaxation through mindfulness and meditation, improve work-life balance, manage stress, enhance creativity and increase productivity.

Introducing Mindfulness, Meditation and Mindset Strategy into the workplace has already proven to be successful and is being employed by some of the world’s most forward-thinking companies, such as Google.

‘Promoting wellbeing at work through personalised information and advice, a risk-assessment questionnaire, seminars, workshops and web-based materials will cost approximately £80 per employee per year. For a company with 500 employees, where all employees undergo the intervention, it is estimated that an initial investment of £40,000 will result in a net return of £347,722 in savings, mainly due to reduced presenteeism (lost productivity that occurs due to an employee working while ill) and absenteeism (missing work due to ill health)’.

Mental Health Foundation
Corporate Boardroom Meeting

Here's just some of the benefits of mindfulness at work

balance your life
take regular breaks
deal with stress
find time for yourself
live in the moment
increase empathy
increase productivity

Testimonials for Mindfulness at work

We really value what our clients views are on our service. Whilst different people achieve and take away from each session is different and whilst we always ask for feedback on meditations and other practice, some were kind enough to give us a review after their session or programme and you can read some of them here.
Ross Anderson
The Titan Partnership

Rachel led a great session with our partnership schools’ NQTs. Her engaging delivery and expertise in the area of Mindfulness allowed the NQTs to take away practical tips and considerations to look after their own mental health and wellbeing. Being grounded in the teaching profession herself, meant that the advice was realistic and achievable in the busy life of a teacher. I would highly recommend Rachel Ashcroft Mindfulness

Richard Smith, Director

Rachel is an inspirational trainer. She is so positive and infectious and her Mindfulness course was a joy to attend. All delegates loved the course and it is refreshing to be trained by someone so obviously passionate about Mindfulness and Mental Health. Rachel’s conviction and dedication to impact positive, lasting results via her course were brilliant and thought-provoking. I couldn’t recommend Rachel highly enough.