It can leave us feeling happier and more energetic.
Forbes reported that, according to a 2018 survey, one in two people would like to see a greater focus on their wellbeing at work. Wellness initiatives can provide valuable tools and show employees that they, and their health and wellbeing, are valued.
Your mindset is as important as what you do.
Your own happiness affects everyone around you.
You can learn to...
Stop and breathe.
Get calm and relax.
Be mindful and aware of your thoughts, breath, and emotions.
Manage your own emotions and reactions.
Maintain a calm, respectful environment.
Be more peaceful in your workplace and in your life.
Be more focused and have more energy.
Be less reactive.
Be aware of your feelings and the feelings of others.
Manage your stress and control impulses.
Develop more thoughtful, caring relationships.
Be more optimistic and have a better attitude.
Reframe failure as an opportunity for learning.
Don’t be so hard on yourself.
You don’t have to be perfect.
• Quick, simple, easy, research based techniques
• Straight forward, PRACTICAL tips
• Practical applications for improving your own well-being
• Relatable and easy to follow
• Practical wisdom and science
• Simple tools that empower you to start where you’re at
• Useful techniques, suggestions, scripts, and examples you can use immediately
Create a harmonious environment and enhance your capacity to work, learn, be creative, and maintain balance.
Make conscious decisions.
Learn to tap into moments in your day when you need a break and use these techniques right where you are.
In a world full of constant stimulation, we need to be taught, or at the very least be given opportunities to slow down and experience what’s happening inside our own bodies and minds.
Customized options to meet your needs. Some ideas include...
A one-time introductory presentation or workshop with tips and resources
Monthly sessions with staff for ongoing development and support
8-week mindfulness training to receive the full benefit
I'm Sarah Morphew, a certified mindfulness and meditation instructor with 20 years practice in a variety of meditation techniques. I teach research-based mindfulness and self-care to individuals, school districts, and organizations around the world. I live in Estherville, IA on an acreage with my husband and our son.
"I feel happier and more peaceful. Not so stressed and more calm. Not so turbulent. I no longer feel like I’m running around like chicken with my head cut off. I feel a lot less stressed because I know I’m taking time to stop and breathe. Now when I’m getting a little stressed, I take that minute and work my way out of it. I would definitely recommend this."
"With the pandemic it came at a perfect time to help with relaxation to cope with stress.
I think everyone can benefit by taking a few minutes to become more aware of their surroundings and their breathing to help them de-stress. I would recommend this to everyone! I think everyone can benefit from this."
It’s helping me go from my normal anxious state to a place of calm. I’m centered and grounded after. Sarah has a very approachable personality and a peaceful presence, which put me at ease. She is very knowledgeable so conversations were interesting and informative.
"The biggest impact was improved focus and state of calmness. I feel this practice will help calm my students in our everyday classroom routine, and would do the same for my colleagues. Helping reach better focus and state of calm will benefit everyone in the school setting."
"Sarah’s voice is so relaxing and her smile is contagious! It reminds me when it gets tough to stop and take a breath and then respond rather than to react in the moment. This would be highly recommended to just try it even one time because it works the first time you try it."
"I would absolutely recommend this. It was during a really stressful time at my job. I’ve noticed a big difference. I’ve transformed some thinking. I’m more optimistic. I’m happier. I’ve noticed a big difference in my mornings and I’ve accomplished more. I’m not letting things make me crazy like they could. When I’ve started to beat myself up, I’ve stopped and told myself, “I can do it.” This has been unusually helpful. It really helped me to calm down and relax. I’ve used it at work. It’s been really practical."