Mindfulness Training

Mindfulness helps us slow down, focus on the present moment, and check-in to see what needs our attention at any given moment. It gives us the power of pausing for a moment of groundedness in the present moment – to see it clearly so that we can move confidently into the next moment. Sage Action Consulting offers mindfulness training for individuals and groups that teaches easy, accessible, stress management skills to improve holistic well-being and productivity. Read more below or contact Sage Action Consulting to see what mindfulness training is right for your group.

Mindfulness Classes and Workshops

Sage Action Consulting offers classes and workshops on various mindfulness topics using diverse learning methods, such as movement/yoga, meditation, breathing exercises, etc. Sessions are offered onsite for your convenience and customized to meet your specific needs.

What’s Your MPG (Mindfulness, Play & Gratitude)?

What’s Your MPG? is an interactive workshop to discover how Mindfulness, Play, & Gratitude are skills for self-care. Research demonstrates the importance of sharpening these skills for improved well-being, teamwork, and groundedness to guide good decision-making. What’s Your MPG? is engaging and fun for youth and adult learners with information shared through open dialogue and hands-on, skill-building activities. Each workshop participant receives information and resources to use after the training.

M&M (Mindfulness and Movement)

M&M (Mindfulness and Movement) is helps you relax, release, and recharge. It’s a tool for self-care that anyone can do regardless of age or physical ability. It doesn’t require special equipment or clothes, since the “movement” is done while seated in a chair or standing. In addition to gentle movement, breathing and relaxation exercises help you slow down and create space to see more clearly and make better choices.

Participants at "What's your MPG?"

I liked the participation, the examples of how to breathe, move… loved being allowed to play!

I loved the training!

Participant from What’s Your MPG?Lawrence County Drug & Alcohol Commission, Sept 2018