Mindfulness: for Focus & Clarity

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WunderTraining has been delivering Mindfulness at Conferences, Leadership retreats and team workshops for over eight years. We share the neuroscience behind why mindfulness has claimed a space in workplace wellbeing and rightly so. We bring depth to the understanding as well as a positive practical experience. Workshops and Keynote Conference Australia Wide Speakers | Virtual Training | Leaders and Team Workshops

Evidence-based scientific research has shown that the practice of mindfulness techniques is an effective strategy to enhance cognitive performance including sustained focus and attention, enhanced clarity and creativity, increased the ability to perform under pressure and adaption to change.
Mindfulness practice also enhances personal and corporate wellbeing by decreasing stress, anxiety, and absenteeism, increasing resilience, emotional intelligence, enhancing psychological flexibility and improving sleep patterns.

This workshop uses strategies and techniques that have been shown to

* Reduce the impact and influence of negative thoughts and feelings
* Increase your resilience, wellbeing and improve your sleep
* Respond more effectively in difficult situations
* Become more aware of your emotional state of mind and challenge your habitual reactions
* Learn to nurture yourself and bring more joy into your life

In this awakening workshop, we share valuable insight into the prolific research on why mindfulness matters and how you can introduce this powerful practice into your life.

Section One : Creating the space to think
• Myths Busting about Mindfulness
• Fascinating facts about mindfulness and research in neuroplasticity

Section Two: How do I do this?
• Mindfulness of the breath
• Body Scan: Progressive muscle relaxation
• Mindful waking: Focus on your feet
• Mindful Strengths use: A mindful pursuit
• Everyday Mindfulness
Savouring: Mindful eating
Mindful experiences
Mindful Moments
• Mindful Thoughts
• Mindful Relationships
Practise the loving-kindness meditation

So, how exactly is mindfulness practised?

At a basic level, mindfulness is simply increased awareness and noticing. Taking time throughout your day to notice your body and sensations, thoughts, emotions, and the world around you.
Mindfulness can be practised for a moment’s time by pausing to notice the sensation of your breath entering and leaving your body. Or, it can be incorporated into your day, by being especially aware of your thoughts and feelings and observe what’s happening around you and the impact on your feeling or thinking. It may also be immersing yourself for a moment, for 10 minutes, or for an hour, just be fully present in the moment - fully present in your life.


Sabina Vittaca Melbourne based, National Conference delivery and Virtual Australia Wide.
Conference, Corporate, Government, leaders and teams
Sabina has been trained in several mindfulness techniques (having discovered that no single approach works for everyone) and has been involved in the development and delivery of mindfulness-based programs, nationally and internationally, for over a decade.

Claudia Chambers : Sydney, Byron Bay, Retreats
Conference, Government, Corporate, Education Sector, Not for Profits experience - leadership and teams
Master of Science in Coaching Psychology including the Psychology of Peak Performance
Acceptance Commitment Coaching (ACT) incorporating Mindfulness for cognitive and behavioural change.

Jane Wundersitz : Adelaide and Virtual Australia Wide
Dip Positive Psychology and Wellbeing, Prism Brain and Adv Diploma Neuroscience of Leadership.

Recent Testimonials

Excellent - This should be mandatory for all public servants and everyone. Thoroughly enjoyed this. I learned new skills and the presenters were excellent.

An excellent workshop. Great examples and easy to follow. The meditations and activities were highly valuable.

This would benefit anyone. There is clearly so many benefits to support mindfulness and a great reminder to deal with life's challenges.

The whole workshop was useful.

Benefits of Mindfulness Practice

> A lasting decrease in psychological symptoms such as stress, anxiety, depression, and irritability (Hoffman, Sawyer, Witt & Oh 2010)

> Helps identify & actualize human strengths (Shapiro, Schwartz, Santerre 2009)

> Improved self-awareness and self-regulation (Lykins 2009)

> Improved productivity and creativity (Siegel 2007)

> Increased density of gray matter in brain regions linked to learning, memory, emotional regulation and empathy (Siegel 2007)

> Enhanced engagement (Gardner 2007)

> Interpersonal sensitivity (Shefy& Sadler-Smith 2006)

> A lasting decrease in psychological symptoms such as stress, anxiety, depression, and irritability (Grossman 2004)

> Conflict Resolution (Riskin 2004)

> Job satisfaction & vision (Kriger& Hanson 1999)

> Enhanced memory, increased motivation, improved concentration and decision making (Langer 1997)

This is a WunderTraining program researched and developed by Jane Wundersitz with input from team members.

* Wundertraining is not associated with AHPRA

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