Mindfulness is about noticing what is here, now. It is seeing, hearing, feeling and being with what is present in the moment rather than worrying about what might happen or thinking about what could have been.
Regular practice of mindfulness meditation is associated with improved mental and physical health and an increased sense of health and vitality. Fully engaging with mindfulness brings with it a heightened sense of awareness that allows for a reduction in fear and anxiety, an increased sense of choice and an enhanced sense of well-being. There is now a wealth of research which shows that conditions such as stress, depression, anxiety and chronic pain can be helped by a regular mindfulness practice.
If you are interested in delivering a mindfulness course in your organisation please feel free to contact me.