Corporate Meditation Classes & Programs With Renowned Teacher
Corporate meditation classes are the perfect way to ensure the wellbeing of your team. Whether you’re a small company with a staff of just ten, or a large corporation with thousands of employees, meditation can help improve your business, reduce staff turnover, and boost staff morale.
Here at THE DAILY MEDITATION, we offer a comprehensive suite of customized corporate meditation programs, guaranteed to meet your needs.
See below for a selection of our most popular corporate meditation classes.
Our Most Attractive Corporate Meditation Classes & Programs
2-Week Corporate Meditation Program
We recommend our two-week corporate meditation program. This program is long enough to ensure meaningful results, while being shorts enough to see quick results. The majority of the time, for our 2-week corporate meditation program, the facilitator is brought in once a day twice a week, for two weeks.
Each hour is divided into sections for meditation, journaling, and education.
Our 2-week corporate meditation courses include:
- Mindfulness Basics
- Reducing Workplace Stress
- Mindfulness for Leadership
- Meditation for Corporate Wellness
(Ranging from daily to monthly)
For our onsite classes our qualified meditation instructor comes to your workplace to teach meditation to your team in person. The key to successful onsite classes is the consistency.
We offer classes:
Each onsite session is one hour long and divided into sections for meditation, journaling, and education.
Virtual Meditation Classes
As well all know, the current situation has led to the need for virtual meetings, and that includes virtual meditation classes. We here at THE DAILY MEDITATION are committed to ensuring the safety of your team. That’s why we now offer virtual meditation classes. We give secular meditation lessons online, avoiding any reference to spirituality or religion.
Our virtual meditation classes include:
- One-to-one sessions for executives
- Mindfulness basics
- Workplace stress reduction
- And more
Each session is one our long.
Benefits of Corporate Meditation Classes
Significant scientific research has revealed the benefits of meditation programs for corporations. Indeed, meditation can reduce workplace stress, increase productivity, and boost wellness. This is largely due the effect of meditation on the brain.
Researchers from Harvard Medical School discovered that meditation enhances activity in regions of the brain related to working memory and learning . This essentially means that with a corporate meditation program, staff members will learn faster and improve their workplace performance. All while reducing stress.
Meditation also increases creativity. For instance, research from Arizona State University  shows that certain forms of meditation improve creativity. Not only is this helpful for people in creative fields, but it also enhances problem-solving skills.
Reduces anxiety & depression
Furthermore, meditation reduces anxiety and depression according to numerous scientific studies, including one from Boston University .
Stress, of course, is a prominent problem at work, so much so that stressed employees spend on average an additional $2000 per year on health sots compared to more relaxed employees. Naturally, this also means that relaxed employees cost companies less money. Indeed, a course in meditation ends up paying for itself thanks to reduces health costs.
Ultimately, meditation is the optimum tool for simultaneously increasing the wellbeing of your employee’s, reducing turnover, and reducing health costs.
How To Implement A Corporate Meditation Program
As experts in corporate meditation programs, we have created a way to successfully implement mindfulness and meditation at work. Let’s look at the best way of implementing corporate meditation training.
1: Analyze Your Workplace
Different workplaces are susceptible to certain kinds of stress. In sales, for instance, there are constant targets to meet. And in the healthcare field there is significant emotional stress. We begin by analyzing the primary stressors in your workplace. This informs us of how we should create your corporate meditation program.
2: Appoint a wellness team or representative
Make sure you have designated a team or individual to monitor the wellbeing of your employees. For a small team this could be one single person. For a large corporation it could be an entire department. Either way, ensure that you have delegates responsible for maintaining staff wellbeing.
3: Quantify and measure
Continually measure staff wellbeing and health expenditure. This will enable you to calculate the ROI of your corporate meditation classes. One way to do this is with monthly health questionnaires.
4: Work with a qualified corporate meditation instructor
Make sure you work with someone who is knowledgeable about meditation, able to lead presentations, and sensitive to the workplace environment. For instance, here at THE DAILY MEDITATION, we make sure that we use language sensitive to the workplace, which includes making all communications secular.
5: Listen to feedback
Make sure you open a dialogue with your team. The more your team is willing to discuss wellness, the healthier your team will be.
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About Corporate Meditation Teacher Paul M Harrison
Paul Harrison is a corporate meditation teacher renowned for his knowledge of meditation and his ability to inspire wellness. A passionate wellness coach, Paul created TheDailyMeditation.com to help everyone from individuals to large corporations.
Paul has fifteen years’ experience in mindfulness and meditation. He started his training at Oxford and then in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
A world-renowned expert, Paul Harrison is the author of four books on meditation and has been published and featured in more than 30 publications, including HealthLine, Psychology Today, Better Homes & Gardens, Thrive Global, Lion’s Roar, Well + Good, and Belief.net.
Paul is known for his ability to compassionately understand his student’s unique needs and to create solutions that are perfect for both individuals and corporations.
My passion is teaching people to uncover the true power of the mind”
— Paul Harrison.