Why You Should Meditate At Work

Group meditation is a great way to bring mindfulness into the workplace

Would you meditate before meetings??

What is Group Meditation?

Group meditation is a practice that allows you to connect with others in a shared space. It's different from individual meditation because it allows you to experience the benefits of meditation with other people, which can be beneficial for both your mental health and your work life.
Group meditation works by connecting you with others who are also trying to find calmness in their lives. When you meditate with others, it helps create an environment where everyone is focused on their own thoughts while still being able to connect with each other on an emotional level--which can be especially important if you're feeling stressed out or overwhelmed by work-related issues.

The Benefits of Group Meditation

  • Increased productivity. Meditation has been shown to increase productivity and reduce stress, which can lead to better work performance.
  • Improved team bonding. When you meditate with your coworkers, you'll feel closer to them as a group--and this will make it easier for everyone to work together more effectively in the future!
  • Improved communication and collaboration. If one person on your team is having trouble communicating with another person on your team (or if there's any other kind of tension), meditation can help resolve those issues by helping people feel more comfortable around each other again so they can get down to business without feeling stressed out about who said what last time they were all together at lunchtime over Bad-Ass Burritos (which were delicious). 

How to Incorporate Group Meditation Into the Workplace

  • Establish a meditation space.
  • Create a schedule, and make sure that it's open and accessible to all employees.
  • Create a plan for how long each session will last, and what type of meditation will be practiced during those sessions (for example, sitting meditation or walking meditation).
  • Provide training on how to do the type of meditation you've chosen so that everyone knows how to participate effectively in group meditations.

Tips for Group Meditation

  • Choose the right location. You'll want to find a place that's quiet, comfortable and free of distractions. A large conference room or empty office space are great options for group meditation sessions. If you can't find one of these spaces on your own floor, consider asking someone who has access to one if they would be willing to let you use it for this purpose--they may even want to join in!
  • Set an appropriate length of time. It's important not only that everyone knows how long they'll be meditating together but also how long they should spend preparing beforehand (see below).
  • Create a comfortable atmosphere: Consider dimming lights or turning off electronics so that participants aren't distracted by anything visual while they're trying their best focus inwardly during their session; provide pillows or blankets if necessary; make sure there are no drafts blowing through cracks between windows/doors/windowsills--you get what I mean here :)

The Benefits of Meditation for Individuals

Meditation is a great way to reduce stress and improve focus. It can also help you gain mental clarity, which will make it easier for you to deal with the challenges of your job. Meditation has been shown to have physical benefits as well, including reduced blood pressure and improved heart health.

The Benefits of Meditation for Teams

In addition to the benefits of meditation for individuals, there are also many benefits for teams.

  • Improved team dynamics - Meditation can help your team members feel more connected and engaged with each other. This is especially important when working on high-stakes projects that require collaboration from all areas of the company.
  • Increased trust and collaboration - When people feel safe enough to share their true thoughts with each other, it allows them to work better together as a whole unit instead of just as individuals on their own projects or tasks within the organization's goals.
  • Improved communication - With increased trust comes improved communication between team members; this leads directly into better problem solving skills because everyone has access to all relevant information before making decisions together as a group rather than having one person make decisions based off limited knowledge or assumptions about what others think about certain issues at hand (which could lead down wrong paths).

How to Get Started with Group Meditation

  • Choose a facilitator.
  • Set expectations.
  • Create a plan for the group meditation session, including what time you'll meet and where, as well as how long it will last (15 minutes is ideal).
  • Start small and build up from there.

The Benefits of Group Meditation for Companies

There are many benefits to group meditation in the workplace. Here are a few:

  • Increased productivity
  • Improved team morale
  • Improved customer satisfaction
  • Reduced employee turnover

How to Measure the Impact of Group Meditation

  • Set measurable goals.
  • Track progress.
  • Use surveys and feedback.
  • Create a culture of mindfulness in your workplace, so that people know what to expect from each other when it comes to meditation practice and what they can do when they're not feeling comfortable with it yet (or ever).


Group meditation is a great way to bring mindfulness into the workplace. It can help improve team dynamics, increase productivity, and even decrease stress levels. If you're looking for ways to improve your employees' wellbeing then group meditation may be just what you need!

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