Mindfulness Classes, Workshops, and Retreats

Mindfulness and Leadership

From Google’s ‘Search Inside Yourself’ worldwide program, all the way down to local community groups, there is a growing recognition that benefits attained through learning some simple mindfulness skills add to the productivity, effectiveness, and general happiness of individuals at work, at home, and in the community.

My past experience as a leader and manager in a corporate environment has underlined the importance of developing a personal practice that supports development as a human being first, leader or team player second.

Emotional, mental and spiritual intelligence grow from this personal development, enabling calmness in times of stress, an enhanced self-awareness and understanding of one’s effect on others, and encouraging others to be the best they can be.

The results are happier, more harmonious office/corporate environments with attendant results on productivity. This is true leadership!

Mindfulness as a personal approach

The benefits of a regular practice of Mindfulness develop first in one’s own personal life, which then radiates out into family life, community life, and work life.

Stress reduction, enhanced sense of personal well-being, lowered levels of anxiety and depression all come from creating specific time for tending to oneself.

Learning simple Mindfulness Meditation techniques, understanding how the mind/body/emotional complex is made up, and developing an ongoing habit of Mindfulness – these are the core approaches to stepping into life in a new, more present, more truly you, way.

Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation 4-week course

Held regularly through the year, this course will give you a basic overview of Mindfulness, as well as experience with a few different mindful meditations.

The course is designed and coordinated through Mindfulness Works Australia, which has been running Mindfulness courses for the past several years across the country.

Your registration fee covers a 44-page e-manual, access to the Calm meditation app, weekly support emails, and follow-up suggestions/resources. You are also encouraged to develop a new habit – a daily meditation time. From here the benefits of Mindfulness truly begin to flow.

Dates: Variable, check Mindfulness Works website

Times: Thursdays for 4 weeks, 6.30-7.30pm

Location: Alternate dates at Woodcroft Community Centre (in same building as Woodcroft Library) or Willunga Environment Centre, Main Street, Willunga

Cost: $145


Corporate and Community-based Workshops


Scheduled on as-needs basis – POA


Mindfulness Basics  (2-4 hours):

These classes are designed to give an introductory overview of what mindfulness is (and is not). They can be brought into a corporate or community-based environment, including a variety of exercises that create interaction between individuals as well as personal enquiry time.

In consultation with you, a typical course will include some theory around how our brains work and thinking habits; a few  experiential mindfulness practices; as well as building some basic skills for de-stressing and relaxation.

‘Mindful Leader’ Workshop  (1-2 days):

Run as either residential or non-residential immersion experiences.

These workshops are designed on consultation with you and include:

  • Overview of mindfulness development.
  • Theory on brain development and thinking habits.
  • How emotional intelligence and mindfulness are linked.
  • Simple mindfulness/meditation techniques that can be used anywhere, promoting enhanced self-awareness and regulation.
  • Ample time to practice a range of mindfulness ‘tools’.
  • Time for reflection/personal goal setting.
  • Other aims identified through consultation process.

Interested to hear more? Send a query regarding booking a workshop for your team:

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