The Office and Work Meditation program
From the mailroom to the boardroom, mindfulness can make a difference.
been proven to
The ultimate employee benefit — proven techniques for recognizing and releasing stress “on the spot”, and fostering work/life balance.
Get the work done right the first time around
Bolster the immune system
Reduce sick days
Quality rest and recovery means more consistent performance and results, and improved mood
Foster engagement, creativity, and communication
why choose rm@W?
Brandon completed a 2-year, 900-hour Meditation Teacher Training Program, completes 60+ hours of on-going education in meditation each year, and has a daily meditation practice.
Meditation instruction is not useful if it isn’t practical. Brandon identifies proven (evidence-based) practices that can be easily learned and immediately integrated into daily and working life.
For Brandon, mindfulness isn’t a job, it’s a passion. His intention is to share mindfulness as broadly as possible. For that reason RM@W programs are available to be scheduled 7 days/week, from 7AM-7PM.
Like any skill, mindfulness takes time to learn and then refine. Brandon will collaborate with you to generate a plan for follow-up and on-going support, education and staff wellness events.
How Does it Work?
RM@W offers a series of informative talks, guided meditations, and question/answer sessions addressing:
What is mindfulness?
What are the benefits?
How can I practice mindfulness while working?
And giving attendees tools and techniques they can use on the spot for working with and relieving stress. Attendees do not need to have any prior experience with mindfulness, yet the benefit can begin immediately.
“A member of our team suggested that we work with Brandon to introduce us all to the concept and practice of mindfulness. Over the course of 3 sessions, I developed an understanding of the utility and unique benefits that mindfulness can bring to our workplace. Our office can be demanding environment - the team has a significant number of important responsibilities, and each person has a huge sense of personal accountability. All of this creates great results, but it can be tough on the team over time. I think that the work that we did with Brandon helped us to see ourselves and one another more clearly and graciously. I have a feeling it’s just the beginning of our mindfulness journey, and we’re hopeful that Brandon will join us for it.”
Sarah S. — VP of a Philadelphia Non-profit
What Can I Expect During my Consult Call?
Your intended audience
The best space/time to hold the class/training
“Gold standards” for mindfulness practice — I’ll share what works in terms of creating meaningful and lasting change
Your anticipated budget