Mindful Eating 1 Hour Workshop

‘Mindful Eating’ is one mealtime skill that can fit with any healthy eating style. This practice involves applying simple mindfulness techniques to the process of eating. Research has shown that eating mindfully may help you to eat smaller portions and fewer calories and reduce emotional eating. Taking a more “mindful” approach to eating can enhance the enjoyment of your meals, aid good digestion, reduce anxious thoughts surrounding food, and improve your overall relationship with food.

In this one-hour online workshop we will learn what mindfulness is and how Mindfulness can transform our struggles with food and renew our sense of pleasure, appreciation, and satisfaction with eating food.

We will cover:

  • Mindful Eating
  • Hungry vs non-hungry eating
  • How to deal with boredom
  • The mindful eating approaches
  • Minimising mealtime distractions
  • Establishing new habits


Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) – Standard

Did you know that approximately 20% of Australian adults experience a common mental illness each year?

Having mental health first aid skills means that you can assist someone developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis and make a real difference to your community.

Research has shown that MHFA helps with the following:

Knowledge: improved knowledge of mental illnesses, their treatments and appropriate first aid strategies.

Confidence: in providing first aid to a person experiencing a mental health problem. Increases Awareness by educating the community and can also change the stigma associated with mental health challenges. Increases support provided to others in need.

MHFA is evidence-based training

MHFA courses are based on evidence of what is best practice mental health first aid to support someone who has a mental health problem or is experiencing a mental health crisis. This evidence has been developed in partnership with the University of Melbourne, through developing guidelines that cover several mental health problems, crises and in different contexts.


You will learn how to assist an adult who may be experiencing a mental health problem or mental health crisis until appropriate professional help is received or the crisis resolves, using a practical, evidence-based action plan.


  • Recognise the signs and symptoms of mental illness
  • Find effective help
  • Respond to early signs
  • Respond to suicidal thoughts
  • Have appropriate boundaries


  • 12-hour course
  • 186-page Mental Health First Aid manual
  • Certification for 3 years
  • Morning tea


Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) – Workplace

Mental ill health costs Australian workplaces $4.7 billion in absenteeism, $1.6 billion in presenteeism and $146 million in compensation claims per year. Only 22% of full-time workers with signs of common mental illness receive treatment for their mental health problems Mental Health First Aid is an evidence-based training course which gives your employees the skills and confidence to have supportive conversations with their co-workers and help guide them to professional help if needed. It has been shown to increase knowledge, confidence and helping behaviours, and reduce stigma.

Mental Health First Aid at Work can assist with:

  • Equipping managers & employees about early recognition of the signs of mental health problems and how to respond appropriately.
  • Education staff and decreasing their stress as they will have more of an understanding about mental health and know what to do if someone is having mental health problems or a mental health crisis.
  • Create a workplace culture that promotes and understands the importance of mental health.
  • Encourage employees to seek help for mental illness.
  • Give staff the knowledge to recognise if they themselves are starting to experience mental health and knowledge of the interventions available.
  • Decrease the stigma around mental illness.

Good News: Australian workplaces can expect a return on investment of $2.3 for every $1 invested in mental health first aid training for staff.

Cost: The Mental Health First Aid Course can be run on site at your premises or you can sign up to any of the courses open to the general public.


  • Recognise the signs and symptoms of mental illness
  • Find effective help
  • Respond to early signs
  • Respond to suicidal thoughts
  • Have appropriate boundaries


  • 12-hour course
  • 186-page Mental Health First Aid manual
  • Certification for 3 years
  • Morning tea

Note: This course can be scheduled as 2 consecutive days (12 hours) or as four 3-hour sessions over 4 consecutive weeks.

Becoming More Resilient

Designed for Corporate Professionals, Leadership Teams, Workshops and groups (25-30 people) Included are pre and post workshop assessments and resources

What you will learn:

  • The science of resilience
  • Practical strategies and insights for developing resilience in tough times
  • Skills for thinking flexibly and being more creative
  • Learn how to protect your wellbeing



Is your work place challenged with burnout, work pressure, absenteeism, poor performance, work life balance issues, attrition all resulting in overall stress?

Corporate Mindfulness Training with Mind Body Energy can help.

Mind Body Energy offer leading edge evidence- based Corporate Mindfulness Training and Coaching across Australia. We offer a range of customised Mindfulness Training and Workshops for Executives and staff:

Workplace Training

Keynote Presentations

Corporate Workshops

What is Mindfulness?

We like to describe Mindfulness as “Making friends with your mind, your body and your surroundings.“

Improve Communication and Collaboration- Cultivate Connection- Boost Resilience- Create a Balanced Growth Mindset- Create an Emotionally Intelligence Office-Embrace Change Management-Manage Stress-Cultivate Calm-Become an inspiring Mindful Leader-Enjoy life…

The Business Case for Mindfulness

PwC recently reported that every dollar invested in cultivating a healthy workplace generates around $US2.30 in benefits to employees and enterprise alike. Rath and Harter in 2010 did some research that showed $5 USD is the average return on investment for every $1 spent on an organisational wellbeing program.


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