Do you feel overloaded with impressions, feelings and thoughts even when relaxing at home?
Do you sometimes have a hard time concentrating and ask yourself where the time went?
How is your sleep?
As we face big challenges in our lives – e.g. frequent and fast changes in organizations, energy draining meetings, excessive Multi-Tasking, travelling itineraries etc. we need more and more support to train our minds for more resilience and composure.
One way to recuperate ourselves in the midst of a buzzing world and come back to being more human again is practicing mindfulness.
Mindfulness is not an outside skill, but an innate human capacity for connecting to the NOW. We refresh ourselves by being right here – moment by moment – regardless the cirumstances. Being connected to the present moment enhances the experience of flow, energy and wakefulness.
It can be a pathway out of auto-pilot into the sparkling present!
A Mindfulness Training includes background information on the neurophysiology of mindfulness and the various practices, formal and informal (see below under Workplace Settings).
Our attention directly affects the neural activity of our brain.
The architecture of our brain is influenced by how we use our mind.
The mind is able to change the brain (neuroplasticity).
The blood flow of the brain changes and metabolic alterations associated can be measured. Scientists can see the brain in action, even if most of them agree that the mind is not merely the brain…
More than 5000 studies explored the effects of meditation.
It has been shown that Mindfulness Trainings that take place at the work place promote a more satisfying and concentrated work-life with a new sense of connectedness to oneself, to what one is doing and to one`s environment. Thereby as people are using their attention more effectively better results at the workplace are noticed.
Some conclusive results:
1) Health: When body and mind synchronize in Mind Training, there are effects on the physical health:
2) Cognitive skills: Mindfulness is the basis for all higher cognitive abilities:
3) Mental health: Mindfulness strengthens our mental resilience:
Give yourself three free minutes:
Audio: „Catch your breath with an Active Pause“
Practicing mindfulness meditation on a regular basis helps me to stay more calm in the midst of challenging situations. I am leading meetings that require high attention and presence in a more relaxed way. This has a positive impact on our team. I feel strenghtened in my self- and social competence
A. Wernli, Basel
Fears, issues ahead, problems seem to be much lighter. I have a feeling of empowerment. I am better prepared to cope with upcoming issues. I am mastering my time more.
Luca P., Basel
Mindfulness meditation already has a regenerating effect after 5-10 minutes for me. I use mindfulness also while running: sensing my feet touching the floor or tracking my breath. These tiny „vacations“ from thinking are very beneficial. Mindfulness helps to clear my mind.
Birgit Buchsbaum, Bonn
The training takes place at the work place, within the company. This setting helps people integrate the new skills much faster than outside the workplace.
Presentation about Mindfulness and short Mindfulness Practice
I offer mindfulness sessions as it applies to the working day. Each module spotlights a specific topic, yet the foundation for all of them is the formal mind-training practice (as taught in the first module). Participants receive practice audio recordings and practice cards.
The training consists of:
The training includes various practices, formal and informal.
learn more here: Mindfulness Coaching
Somatic Life Coaching
Please feel free to ask for further information and support:
Learn more here: Mindfulness Coaching
27th May – 2nd June 2018
Learn more here: Sardinia 2018
5th June – 7th June 2018 at the Center for Mindful Living (near Bern/CH)
with Erick Rinner and Iris Uderstädt, Potential Project
31st August – 02nd September 2018
Learn more here: Landguet Ried 2018 E
06th October to 13th October 2018
Learn more here: Zypern 2018 E
27th Nov-29th Nov 2018 at the Center for Mindful Living (near Bern/CH)
with Erick Rinner and Iris Uderstädt, Potential Project
Founder and Trainer of mindful@work. Author of the Ebook “A Path to Presence – 37 Mindfulness Practices for Meditation and Daily Life”.
In collaboration with Potential Project as a Senior Trainer (www.potentialproject.com)
Born 1960 and raised in Germany i moved to Basel/Switzerland in 2004.
For 25 years I have been helping people connect more fully to their lives, build up resilience and make a difference – at work and personally.
I am using various skills in the field of Mindfulness, Body-Mind Practices, Mindfulness Coaching and Somatic Life Coaching as well as the newest findings in Neuroscience.I have been practicing meditation and mindfulness practices since 1998 on a daily basis. This gives me strength, endurance, compassion and satisfaction in the midst of a busy, interesting and challenging work life.
Interconnectness is my inner reference for all I do.
I feel blessed to share my experience with trainings, keynotes and seminars in the Corporate World, in Educational Systems and in my practice in Basel.
Co-Trainer of mindful@work.
Born 1965, living near Heilbronn/Germany
As a trainer and a coach i am specialized in activities that support people when they communicate and collaborate.
At the center of my expertise is a partnership on equal footing: the client is the expert.
Developing a sense of responsibility for one`s self and an enhanced awareness is key.
My experience with several occupations and in departments at various companies coupled with my work as a trainer and coach enable me to identify your needs holistically.
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