Calmer Workspaces

Introduction of mindfulness at work holds a promise for a cost-effective way to improve productivity and well-being while reducing stress. Persuasive scientific research over the past 10-15 years has demonstrated that mindfulness activates and even grows areas of the brain associated with focus and concentration and shrinks brain centres associated with anxiety and stress while boosting immune system and enhancing overall well-being.

Studies show that the benefits of mindfulness at work include:

  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Reduce the impact of stress
  • Improved memory, focus and creativity
  • Boost self-control and ability to regulate emotions
  • Increase productivity
  • Preventative mental health strategy

At Minderly, we work with organisations to develop solutions tailored specifically for their needs. We can create and run programs to meet your requirements in terms of learning outcomes for your people as well as desired timeframes. All presentations and programs are research and evidenced based. 

For geographically disperse teams, connecting virtually is simple and can be implemented very quickly. Furthermore, team members who rarely get the opportunity to connect in person can now spend meaningful time together practicing mindfulness. 

Mindfulness is easy to learn, requires only 15-20 minutes of practice a day, and can be easily implemented system-wide.

2 minute mindfulness (that you can practice anywhere) Get free pdf in your inbox below:

    Ryan Chhajed
    Founder

    I am a yoga and mindfulness teacher but, first and foremost, a devoted mindfulness practitioner. I am learning, discovering, and deepening my understanding every day. I have lived experience with mental health and young male suicide. As such I found mindfulness through my own experiences, studies, and practice.

    What initially began as a stress management exercise has now become the mainstay of my daily life. Over the years I have cultivated my own personal practice by establishing a daily mindfulness practice and participating in mindfulness trainings.