professional. secular. effective.
As experts for meditation we help you to cultivate and apply cultivate mindfulness in your professional environment.
We qualify meditation trainers and provide customized offers to companies.
Benefit from our experience in meditation. Individually or in a team, privately oder in your working life – we support you with our expertise in the fields of coaching, public speaking, education and training, leadership, science and health.
Enlarge your offer in mindfulness and meditation through participation in our further education.
Learn to incorporate your present experience with meditation into your work life.
Our approach is rooted in trusting the wealth of human qualities.
We are highly experienced trainers and work process-oriented, with a systemic- constructivist approach and a humanistic world view.
Our trainers trust in the power of effortless meditation and teach with respect and from their heart.
We develop tailor-made programmes for different kinds of target groups.
We engage in extensive exchange within a growing network. Through our forums we provide the opportunity for further development.
Our work integrates current scientific findings. We support you in evaluating your courses.
The workshop “Varieties of Meditation” gives you a practical introduction into the four main methods of mindfulness practice. The focus is on short exercises, framed by explanations and exchange.
You will get an overview of the methods available on the “market”, learn to differentiate between them and chose more consciously. Or just be inspired to exercise on your own!
The workshop gives you an introduction to our Meditation Training Basic: a one-year training, which empowers you to begin integrating meditation into your professional life.
“Kipos” Garden Orfanidou 6 | 54626 Thessaloniki | Greece Contactperson Antonia Konstantinidou +30 694 4394194 email@example.com
Recently Peter Malinowski featured on the BBC, providing the scientific background for understanding the beneficial effects of mindfulness practices. He put TV presenter Michael Moseley