Community groups and sport clubs who attend mindfulness training together learn ways to support each other in stressful situations.
Care for others starts with self-care, and mindfulness training helps individuals focus on the present moment so they can be part of calm decision-making in a group.
We lead mindfulness training sessions for community groups and sports teams, in the places you usually meet.
Groups come together to support a cause greater than each individual – whether playing for victory on the sports field, fundraising for a charity or helping communities in crisis. Mindfulness training helps every member in the group tune in to the present moment, so the best choices can be made in high-pressure or emotionally stressful situations.
What types of groups can benefit from mindfulness training?
Mindfulness training helps any group where people come together to support a higher cause.
Groups such as:
- Volunteer organisations
- Support groups
- Crisis management groups
- Fundraising groups
- Social groups
- Sports teams
How can groups benefit from mindfulness training?
Groups who complete mindfulness training together benefit in many ways.
Groups learn how to:
- Reduce stress
- Do what needs to be done in the present moment
- Respond, rather than react, to stressful situations
- Be calm during community crisis
- Improve collaboration within the group, with other groups and the public
Mindfulness Space offer one-off workshops (either one or two hours long), or a program of one hour per week for four weeks.