Meditation coach Australia corporate clients

Meditation coach Australia corporate clients.

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Have you tried meditation in the past and feel like you failed?

Are you curious about meditation or mindfulness but don’t know where to start?

Meditation is growing in popularity across the globe and the interest is propelled by scientific research supporting its many benefits.

Monash University offers lunchtime meditation classes for students and staff citing it as an effective way of learning to focus your attention and staying engaged with what you are doing.

Meditation can be a complementary practice in your  life which you can credit with helping provide the architecture to ensure the rest runs smoothly.

Our Melbourne-based coach has studied with Melbourne Meditation Centre’s Matt Young and will bring evidence-based knowledge to help you refine your own meditation practice.

Contact us if you are curious to have the following questions answered:

  • Why should I meditate?
  • How do I meditate?
  • How does a busy person incorporate it into their life?
  • Can I do it five minutes a day?

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Business insider features fourteen executives who swear by meditation. The list includes Salesforce.com’s Marc Benioff who started to mediate because his job at Oracle was “so stressful.” Tupperware CEO Rick Goings mediates daily to refocus, “For me, it’s a practice that not only burns off stress but gives me fresh eyes to clarify what’s really going on and what matters,” he told The Financial Times.

Huffington Post Founder Ariana Huffington has been preaching its benefits for many years, as has Oprah Winfrey who practices regularly.

ABC science news how mindfulness and meditation changes brain imaging https://www.abc.net.au/news/science/2019-02-19/mindfulness-changes-neuroscience-brain-imaging-meditation/10811320f

Recommended article Melbourne Meditation Centre. 

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