Susan has over twenty-five years of experience working in businesses, in both operational and senior positions. . She completed the B.Comm UCD, qualified as an accountant, and along the way qualified as a yoga instructor and a mindfulness teacher. Since her early twenties, she was interested in contemplative practices, which was cemented during a period of her life when she suffered recurring late miscarriages while holding down my day job, raising a family, and doing the stuff all of us get caught up in. She sees mindfulness as her pressure release valve, and through her work, I see how transformative qualities mindfulness has in her and other people’s lives.
On average we spend, almost a third of our lives working. Our mission is to build a mindful approach to work to create meaningful moments.
Our uniqueness is the combination of our corporate and mindfulness expertise that we integrate into our services. We know what it is like working in both large and small organizations with back-to-back meetings, conflicting deadlines, and often the politics that can inhibit decision-making.
Our approach is designing corporate training anchored in mindfulness, that meets your business needs.
We provide practical solutions to building a sustainable corporate wellbeing culture through the provision of mindful coaching and mindfulness at work training.
In addition to coaching and training, Susan is an Ibec KeepWell Mark assessor where she advises organisations on building and embedding sustainable corporate wellness strategies.
We bring a combination of passion and authenticity to facilitate clients in exploring mindfulness programs that supports their corporate wellbeing agenda.
Susan’s mindfulness journey started over twenty years, she qualified as a hatha yoga instructor in 2007, and completed the accredited MBSR teacher training with the Mindful Academy Spain 2017-2018. Mindfulness is an integral part of her life. She engages in continuous professional development, having recently (March 2020) completed a master class in trauma sensitive mindfulness, and adheres to the Mindfulness Teachers Best Practice Guidelines. Susan works with private clients and a range of organisations including Ibec, Enet Ireland, Siemens, the HPRA, Ulster Bank and the Vhi and is currently an MTAI board member.