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How to Bring Mindfulness to Your Company’s Leadership

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How to Bring Mindfulness to Your Company’s Leadership

Sometimes life can be very stressful for yourself and your colleagues. However, adopting mindfulness when leading a time can make a huge difference. We at Cherish Healing provide onsite workshops on Mindfulness in the work place.  To read more about what Harvard think see below.  To work with us click here at get in touch

"Mindfulness is the height of fashion in leadership development circles. At a recent conference in the field, we saw a missionary-type fervor among some trainers who claimed that mindfulness could fix every ill in the organizational world. It’s easy to..."

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Mindfulness Helps Build Wellbeing and Resilience in the Workplace

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy has been incorporated into many companies such as EY to reduce stress and anxiety within the workplace. 

"Jamie Bristow, Director, The Mindfulness Initiative, who helped the MAPPG conduct the enquiry on mindfulness, says: “The Mindful Nation UK report lays out promising evidence and makes substantive recommendations as to how mindfulness can improve wellbeing and help..."

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14 Celebs Who Meditate

Successful celebrities with a busy schedule do still dedicate time to meditation due to its wellbeing benefits.. Nicole Kidman...Oprah... Ellen DeGeneres... And many more! 

"Why Meditate?
According to Deepak Chopra “For thousands of years people have used meditation to move beyond the mind’s stress-inducing thoughts and emotional upsetsinto the peace and clarity of present moment awareness..."

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Just Breathe: Utilizing the Power of Mindfulness to Achieve Peace in Business

Stress in business has become very common, and mindfulness is a solution..

"I first started my mindfulness journey several years ago when I was a junior in college. After getting into a car accident that left me horrified over just the thought of getting into a car again, I found myself in cognitive behavioral therapy. My prescription? Meditation – a mindfulness exercise. At first I thought taking deep breaths in and out and focusing on being in the moment was a little ridiculous..."

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Harvard Health Publications talk about complementary treatments for neck pain

Interesting article where the boffins at Harvard talk about how acupuncture and Alexander techniques therapies helped to reduce pain with little or no side effect. Research published by the Annals of Internal Medicine compared two different therapies compared with standard care.

http://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/complementary-therapies-for-neck-pain-201511038559

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