What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is a basic human capacity. The capacity to be present. It means the mind is fully attending to what is at hand – what you’re working on, the person you’re talking to, the surroundings you’re moving through.




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Pre & Post-Training Versus Norms

Participants’ Results on Average

In a recent independent study performed for Mindful Revolution it was found that the seven week FIERCE program was enough to provide dramatic improvement to a number of factors that relate directly to mental and emotional wellbeing. The benefits of the course were apparent for all individuals.

Our Programme

We call it "FIERCE"

FIERCE is a 7-week mindfulness programme, designed to support delegates in developing a sustainable
mindfulness practice that fits into their lifestyle and matches their personality.



What mindfulness is and is not, the benefits, research and an experiential introduction to the practice.


We live in a world of distraction. Mindfulness can help us focus, conserve our energy, and function at our full intelligence.


Mindfulness allows us space to choose our response to the emotions we feel, this contributing to our emotional intelligence.


Cultivating mindfulness and training in compassion creates the conditions for compassionate leadership in our lives.


Practising mindfulness creates the conditions for insight and innovation.


Mindfulness helps us cultivate healthy habits that contribute to our
mental and physical resilience.


Mindfulness allows us to listen to another with full empathic attention, the impact of which is of benefit to both speaker and listener.

Who we are

We are partnered with internationally recognised teachers of mindfulness and provide world-class facilitation that is grounded in integrity and delivered with heart.

Clark Thornton

Clark Thornton

Co-Founder & Technical Director
Kathleen Fox

Kathleen Fox

Creative Director
Robert Murphy

Robert Murphy

Visual Designer
Kristina Collins

Kristina Collins

Interactive Designer
Kristina Collins

Kristina Collins

Interactive Designer

Mindfulness in the News

News & Articles

Finding peace in a stressed-out, digitally dependent culture may just be a matter of thinking differently

Finding peace in a stressed-out, digitally dependent culture may just be a matter of thinking differently

The raisins sitting in my sweaty palm are getting stickier by the minute. They don’t look particularly appealing, but when instructed by my teacher, I take one in my fingers and examine it. I notice that the raisin’s skin glistens. Looking closer, I see a small indentation where it once hung from the vine. Eventually,…

MINDFULNESS: Being there is here

MINDFULNESS is widely touted as the next big thing. In February, Time magazine featured it as its cover story with the line, “The Mindful Revolution — the science of finding focus in a stressed-out, multitasking culture”. The Huffington Post declared 2014 “The Year of Mindful Living” and, in an article entitled “Breathing in vs spacing…

Investors, management taking note of employee health

Fourth bottom line reporting to measure employee health and wellness. Triple bottom line reporting is now well entrenched in company communications. It considers ‘profit, people and planet’, or to put it another way, it reports on financial, social and environmental issues. However, there is growing acknowledgement that we should incorporate even further non-financial measures into…

Mindfulness is Taking Over Finance

It was a strange sight early in 2015 at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. On the itinerary along with presentations about China’s growing economy, the global financial recovery, and dozens of other pressing issues was a session that involved, for the most part, doing nothing at all. As the New York Times reports…

Mindfulness and Productivity: What Does the Evidence Say?

By now it’s well known that Google has a deep love for ‘mindfulness’, the ancient Eastern practice that’s  been updated by cognitive neuroscience, neurobiology, and positive psychology and adapted to the modern world. But are they right to do so? It may seem as if everything Google does is a success, but that is largely…

Imagine Having a Panic Attack on Live Television

In 2004 the viewers of the popular ABC morning show ‘Good Morning America’ noticed that the news anchor, Dan Harris, did not seem to be himself. The usually professional journalist was stumbling over words, fidgeting, and at times even seemed to be shaking. What they couldn’t have known was that Harris had just experienced an…

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