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Mindfulness is the practice of bringing your attention to present moment experiences. It is actively paying attention to your thoughts, body sensations and mood in a non-judgmental way.


  • Is noticing all that is going on both around you and within you, at the present moment.
  • Enables one to become an expert in knowing oneself.
  • Is a way of living one’s life and can be practiced anywhere, at any time – while sitting at your desk, at mealtime, or while waiting in line at the market or for the light to change.

Mindfulness is not about changing who we are; instead it is about understanding who we are and accepting ourselves with compassion. This then leads to a life that is richer in the knowing.

Beneficiaries of Mindfulness include anyone who:

  • Feels stress or frustration
  • Has trouble focusing on tasks at hand or on discussions or conversations
  • Frequently relives past experiences
  • Worries about the future
  • Experiences pain, whether mild or chronic
  • Finds emotional turmoil is taking a toll on his or her health…and who could be missing out on a more content life that each person deserves to live

Download a PDF with information on Harriet and her Mindfulness programs here.


Harriet Stein brings Mindfulness Programs to organizations of all sizes to transform employee productivity, engagement, and satisfaction.


Mindfulness is now being incorporated by organizations to lower healthcare costs, support employees in staying focused which improves their performance, and reduce levels of stress.



Provide a life-changing program for your employees and create a healthier more collaborative and engaged workplace.



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