Reflect, Re-energise, Re-emerge six-month mindfulness program.
2020 has been a year unlike any other in living memory.
Self-isolation, social distancing, working from home, limits on where and when you can come and go. This is what life has been like in the COVID 2020 era.
As we start to emerge from life in lockdown and restrictions ease, including heading back to the workplace, our stress levels are at risk of rising as we think of reconnecting and re-emerging into the new normal. However, many us are already feeling stressed and anxious, meaning the thought of heading back to normal may seem too overwhelming.
My six-month, fully personalised mindfulness program is designed to help you re-emerge with confidence, inner-strength and support.
Using the power of mindfulness and meditation, the program delivers strategies and support. We work together once a week intensively for the first six weeks and then fortnightly, to ensure you re-emerge with confidence and inner strength.
Our sessions include reflection of your time during 2020, strategies and activities to help you re-energise and re-emerge. Once you re-emerge, our sessions shift to supporting you during this transition.
Includes my online resource portal and support materials.
- Six-month fully personalised program
- Access to online portal with resources and support materials
- Pre and post progress analysis results
- Post session email with meditation ideas and suggestions
- Support between sessions
- A gift: A mindfulness book that I highly recommend that will assist your journey
Book your 15-minute no-obligation Zoom meeting to discuss your needs and to
answer your questions.
Your Questions Answered
Why did you choose to become a mindfulness consultant?
Why did you choose to specialise in mindfulness in the corporate space?
Watching so much suffering and the impact that this had felt like such a high price to pay for individuals and corporates both financially and physically. I knew that this system needed to change and felt that integrating mindfulness practices could bring relief to corporates through enhancing resilience, finding mental clarity, calming the body and mind as well as coping with daily stressors in work and home life.
What mindfulness work in the corporate space have you done?
In the last year, I founded the one-on-one Meditate Now program aimed at corporates who are looking to find ways to cope with the stress, pressures and expectations in both their professional and personal life.
What kind of clients do you have?
My clients are generally go-getters, who always need to be ‘on’ and to keep up with the many demands in their work and personal life. They have high expectations for themselves and are disappointed and frustrated when they don’t meet them. They are smart, driven, and have built a successful career off the back of these attributes. They might also be prone to burn out, and may be feeling the effects of years of stress has had on their mental and physical health.
My clients are great at what they do but have never been taught the fundamentals of mindfulness techniques in a way that makes sense to them. Nor have they been shown how to integrate mindfulness into their everyday life in a way that is accessible and measurable. Other clients may have dabbled in mindfulness in the past, but felt intimidated by its esoteric delivery or have been left frustrated and disillusioned by failed attempts at sustaining a practice.
What happens if you haven't yet worked with people in my field?
The beauty in mindfulness and meditation is that this practice cuts through all fields. Furthermore, as I take a personalised approach with all my clients, I am accustomed to adapting my approach and program to suit individual needs.
How are you different from other mindfulness consultants?
Other mindfulness coaches might also help coach on other personal or work-related areas of your life. However, I focus on helping you build a strong mindfulness practice first and foremost, which will equip you to tackle other areas more effectively. This might be in the form of meditation techniques during your day at work, during meetings, at home with family or by yourself.
So, what can I expect from you as a mindfulness coach?
I don’t believe a hard or dictator approach to be effective. Instead, I prefer to take a less serious and more playful approach, focused on motivating and enabling you in an enjoyable way. The goal is to get you to start making these changes long-term from an internal drive, and not from an external source.
After all, mindfulness is about gentleness, compassion, insight, clarity, presence, attention, curiosity, equanimity and so much more so my sessions incorporate all of those qualities.
This being said, I want you to achieve real and tangible outcomes and so do this through a structured program, consistent contact, as well as with measurement tools and feedback throughout.
What is expected of me as a client?
Can mindfulness training be used instead of counselling or psychology?
For what type of professional is this program not going to work?
If you are not able to commit to making the sessions or completing tasks, this might not be the right program for you. However, I encourage you to not underestimate yourself, and to rise to the challenge! These sessions, although structured, are enjoyable and refuel you to enjoy all other areas of your life.
What exactly is the Meditate Now program.
During our sessions, you will learn the basics of mindfulness meditation and start a routine practice. I will support you in carving out time among other competing priorities so that your practice corresponds with your lifestyle.
I guide you through the techniques and teachings of mindfulness and meditation so that you can have these life-changing practices and tools for the rest of your life
Does this really work?
What results can I expect?
The most common benefits my clients’ experience are an improvement to their performance, focus, better decision-making under stress, feeling more joy and ease in their everyday life, a strengthening of self-awareness and more connection to their body and mind.
How is the program measured?
Clients may also want to use a Muse headset to measure brain activity throughout the process.
However, the most important measurement in this process will be in your own internal measurement and self-reflection of your inner state. This could be experienced in the way you are feeling within yourself, or how you are responding to your inner thoughts and outer world, and how others are responding to you in return.
Clients have often told me that other people may start to comment that they have noticed a change in them before they have even noticed this in themselves!
How quickly can I expect results?
However, I find that most people start to feel a change after the completion of phase 1 and then those around them might start to notice and comment on changes in them around the 3rd month.
Will I recover the investment I put into this coaching program.
Stress is one of the biggest contributors to illness, burnout and mental health problems. The more we manage these stressors as a preventative approach the more we can mitigate the need for expensive health treatment or retreat programs or holidays designed for corporates who are burnt-out. Additionally, the flip side is that the more resources we build in ourselves, the more we are able to pursue career, financial and personal goals moving forward.
Regular mindfulness practice creates a strong foundation, propelling you to stay on track in the future. The benefits are cumulative so you will naturally want to keep going. Together we will observe the experiential results from all your efforts so you know your investment in this work is paying off.
Which program would suit me best?
This depends on how in-depth you want to go into mindfulness and meditation practices. Programs differ in the number of sessions we have, the resources available, as well as the access to retreat and corporate talks by myself. View program details…
Where are the sessions held?
How much time will I need to dedicate each week to make this an integrated approach?
By the end of the program you will not see putting in time for mindfulness as a chore, but rather something you will look forward to and miss when you don’t do it.