What People are Saying

“Joy Rains has a gift. A gift for explaining abstract concepts like meditation through clever analogies and metaphors. FOR THE FIRST TIME in my hectic, harried life I actually UNDERSTAND how meditation is supposed to work and WHY I should give it a TRY! [Her] book is fabulously basic yet beautifully profound. . .”

[Full review is on testimonials page.]

Elisabeth LeamyCorrespondent for "The Dr. Oz Show"

Joy was the keynote speaker at our hospital for Nurses’s week in May, 2017 and 102 Nurses attended the event. Joy captured the full attention of every nurse in the room as she guided us through a mindful meditation exercise. Weeks later, we are still talking about Joy and how she inspired us to all to calm our busy minds through the power of meditation. It really works. Thanks Joy!!!

Denise Rouse-Meekins, MSN, RN, PCCNNurse Outcomes Educator at Sinai Hospital

“Joy is a teacher who really makes you think in new ways… I had no idea what mindfulness is or how it might help me, but her clear explanations and examples showed me how useful these techniques can be in my interactions with clients and in other parts of my life. Her books are excellent too. She would make a fabulous keynote speaker at any meeting of sales professionals, and her classes are very worthwhile. I highly recommend Joy.”

Sharron Cochran Long & Foster Real Estate/Christie’s International Real Estate

Mindfulness at Work

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The benefits of mindfulness training at work 

Mindfulness training promotes happy, healthy employees. Commonly reported benefits of mindfulness are reduced stress, increased focus, and enhanced well-being. Many companies who want to be competitive and attract talent are turning to mindfulness.

Scientific journals show the benefits of mindfulness at work

Most noteworthy, scientific journals are reporting the positive effects of mindfulness at work. Studies show that mindfulness makes employees more resilient in the face of challenges. Studies also show that mindfulness decreases reactivity to stress and decreases the risk of burnout.

The cost of stress in the workplace

Promoting employee well-being certainly makes financial sense. For instance, consider the costs of stress in the workplace. The World Health Organization estimates that stress likely costs American businesses up to $300 billion a year. These costs are due to healthcare expenses, job turnover, and absenteeism.

Happy, healthy employees are productive employees

Businesses realize that a happy, healthy employee is a productive employee. Consequently, mindfulness training is catching on. First of all, mindfulness is a proven path to well-being. Second, it’s accessible to anyone. Finally, it can be done most anywhere, anytime!

Want to find out about a mindfulness program for your organization? Let’s talk!

Mindfulness Training for the Workplace, Healthcare, and the Community