Our

programs

Mindfulness For Living offers a wide range of training programs in Melbourne and Victoria, from corporate workshops to personal mentoring. 

Programs can be modified to suit any level of experience, from beginner to advanced.

Scroll down to find out more.

Corporate

workshops

Mindfulness training has many benefits within the education, government, and corporate environments, from increased resilience and ability to deal with stress, to improved focus, creativity, productivity and leadership.

 

Content and program length can be tailored to suit individual requirements and contribute to existing Professional Development programs. 

 

Our corporate clients include National Australia Bank, Transport Accident Commission, Jean Hailes Womens Health, and Deakin University. 

Group

training

Introductory group workshops are an ideal way to learn about mindfulness. Participants receive a comprehensive range of take home materials to support their ongoing learning and practice.

Workshops are held on demand in Melbourne, Australia as well as Central Victoria (Ballarat / Bendigo / Daylesford).

 

If you have an interested group of 10+ people, please contact us for more information about scheduling a workshop in your area.

Individual

Tuition

One on one coaching provides a strong basis for beginning and ongoing mindfulness practice.

 

Being an individual client offers full client confidentiality and a personalised training program. 

 

​Training is held in person in Daylesford (Victoria) or via phone or Skype in all other areas.

Peter is an excellent trainer with a wealth of knowledge about meditation practices. His passion for the subject is obvious and his extensive personal experience makes him perfectly placed to help others.

 

N.E., Senior Account Manager, Sensis

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DISCLAIMER
The training programs provided by Peter Muizulis and Mindfulness For Living are not intended to provide diagnosis or treatment for any specific mental health condition. If you have a clinical mental health condition or are concerned about your mental health, you should first consult a qualified mental health professional.