San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Mindfulness Burnout Prevention (MBP) workshop will explore:
Present-Moment Awareness, Equanimity and Calmness
Focus, Alertness and Concentration
Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence
Body Scan Awareness and Meditation Practices for Stress
Cultivating Gratitude and Appreciation in the Workplace
Mindfulness in the workplace has been proven scientifically to:
Improve the general well-being of an organization
Improve creativity and support the generation of new ideas
Develop emotional intelligence and equanimity in difficult or challenging circumstances
Reduced staff turnover and associated costs
Nourish employer/employee and client relationships
Reduce health insurance premiums for the business
Reduce stress, burnout, anxiety and depression
Join us for a life-enhancing workshop in the heart of Chelsea, London.This one day event has been inspired by the book, Mindfulness Burnout Prevention (MBP). Mindfulness Burnout Prevention (MBP) is a practical course specifically designed to assist professionals to reduce stress and anxiety in the workplace and to prevent burnout.
The incredible benefits of practising and applying mindfulness techniques in the workplace are being increasingly recognised by human resource professionals, as well as the medical profession as the stresses of competing in today's global economy take their toll on the mental health and emotional well-being of many otherwise talented and enthusiastic individuals in the workplace.
Learning to practise mindfulness greatly enhances an employee or manager's ability to manifest emotional intelligence and equanimity under pressure and to display calmness, empathy and adaptability when communicating with others, whether it be with co-workers, clients or the board of directors. Learning to apply mindfulness on a daily basis will significantly encourage a positive, creative and enthusiastic attitude at all levels in companies large and small.
Mindfulness teacher and author of six books, Christopher Dines, is facilitating this workshop. He has been assisting people professionally in the field of mindfulness and enhancing emotional wellbeing for over ten years.
Complimentary copy of (MBP) workbook
You will receive a complimentary copy of the Mindfulness Burnout Prevention (MBP) workbook. The foreword has been written by medical doctor and wellness pioneer, Dr Barbara Mariposa. Naturally, this workbook has included guided meditation MP3s for you to listen to.
Early Booking Discount
£85.00 per person. Note: this price will go up in the summer. Order now to secure your place at this wonderful workshop. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Christopher Francis Dines (born August 19, 1983) is an English mindfulness teacher, trainer, writer and former house DJ/producer.
DJ, producer and promoter (1994-2006)
Having a deep love for music, Christopher left high school at fifteen to pursue a full-time career as an electronic house DJ. At fifteen, Christopher promoted two British national top-eleven UK garage bands, The Genius Cru and DJ Deekline in North West London, for two years. Having DJed at prestigious venues such as City Loud at Turnmills, Ministry of Sound, Defected In The House at Pacha, London Fashion Week, The Loft (Trouble Anderson’s Loft) and Garage City, Christopher’s DJing career took him to Asia, where he travelled extensively. This subsequently led him to remix and produce underground electronic dance music.
Throughout this thrilling experience, unfortunately, Christopher’s drug-taking and party lifestyle spiralled out of control, which led to full-blown alcohol and cocaine addiction. After a dark rock bottom, Christopher cleaned up aged twenty-one (summer 2004) and began to do some soul-searching. This led to a deep exploration of the human mind and roads to emotional wellbeing and self-realisation. This has been accomplished through intense self-education and with the invaluable help and guidance of enlightened mentors.
In 2005, Christopher co-founded an underground deep house record label, SuCasa Beats. He was the head of A&R from 2005 to 2006. As the driving force behind the label, Dines signed Afro Medusa, Andy Daniel (Defected Records), Marlon D (Defected Records), Steal Vybe, and Pablo Martinez (King Street) and promoted the label at the legendary Plan B club in Brixton, London.
While remixing the national-chart hit band Afro Medusa, and artists such as Marlon D, Samba La Casa, Steal Vybe and Onxy (Soul2Soul), mindfulness was gradually becoming a subtle practice.
Teacher, trainer and writer (2006 to present)
Christopher ‘retired’ from the electronic dance music industry in June 2006 to give public talks on inspirational ideas and self-awareness, and to hold personal development and mindfulness workshops and courses. He trains employers, employees and self-referrals to amplify emotional intelligence, emotional resilience and mindfulness in the workplace.
Christopher is the author of six books. He has led mindfulness meditation workshops for Public Health England (PHE Cambridge), the Mental Health Commission, The Recovery Evolution Festival (Suffolk, UK), East Coast Recovery Drug and Alcohol Rehab (Suffolk, UK), EMI Wealth London (Canary Wharf), wealth management and sales offices, and runs private Mindfulness Burnout Prevention (MBP) courses for professionals at Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden and Chelsea, London. Christopher facilitates annual mindfulness meditation retreats at Cley-next-the-Sea, North Norfolk, England.
Christopher is the author of Mindfulness Meditation: Bringing Mindfulness into Everyday Life, Manifest Your Bliss: A Spiritual Guide to Inner Peace, A Ticket to Prosperity: Spiritual Lessons for an Abundant Life (Revised Edition), The Mystery of Belief: How to Manifest Your Dreams, and Mindfulness Burnout Prevention: An 8-Week Course for Professionals.
Dines has co-authored The Kindness Habit: Transforming our Relationship to Addictive Behaviours, with medical doctor and wellness pioneer, Dr Barbara Mariposa. Three times #1 New York Times bestseller, the late John Bradshaw, has written the foreword. The Kindness Habit is out now.