1-hour or 2-hour virtual (in-person in Canada)


Employees of all levels


Any industries including manufacturing, government, education, healthcare, engineering & sciences, technology, not-for-profit, financial (banking and insurance).


There are several proven strategies to reduce work stress and to find a better balance between work and non-work life. Meditation and learning to change our thoughts helps us stop stress in its tracks and allow our brains to recharge. This ability comes only with a consistent mediation practice. Even knowing this, building a consistent meditation practice can be hard. Sometimes it’s just too difficult to sit still, other times it’s too easy to stop when we get busy or start feeling better. The best benefits come not just from meditating, but from being a meditator. In this workshop participants will learn how to build a consistent meditation practice, why most mediation habits don’t last, and what to do differently so you can become a consistent meditator.

What will you Learn?

• How would meditation help ME?
• How to meditate/practice meditating
• Why most habits don’t last
• How to design a habit following human behaviour principles
• The specific obstacles that are blocking my meditation practice
• A game plan for how to meditate consistently without stress or huge time commitments

Who Should Attend this Course?

This is for people who want less stress and think meditation could help. This workshop will benefit those who would like to be more consistent meditators and those who meditate consistently and want more ease. It is also a great way for people who want to get started with meditation but aren’t sure how to do it or struggle to sit still.


• 80% of parcticipants rated this workshop as “Extremely valuable”.
• 100% said “I want more workshops like this”.
• 97% of participants said “I am confident applying what I learned immediately”.

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