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“Working in awareness”

Full Awareness in the workplace is a response to management issues. It is the answer to the management of stress, emotions and interpersonal communication. It improves well-being, supports leadership, generates individual and collective efficiency, and promotes an organisation’s ability to innovate.

Entrepreneurs, managers and other leaders are still frequently resistant to meditative approaches. They do not understand their added value, or even fear them, or feel that they are more related to personal development and should be practiced outside of work.


We offer in-company interventions in the form of one-off workshops or more complete programs, adapted to employees, managers and leaders, which can concern both large companies and smaller structures.


3 different possibilities for companies

The implementation of specific workshops or more comprehensive programs in the workplace have demonstrated the improvement of well-being, stress management, individual and collective efficiency, more tolerant communication, and reengagement through the enrichment of the employee’s view of his or her daily life and work.

2x a day

4 half days

8 modules of 3 hours each,

over 4 months,

about every 15 days


This training module is structured around times for meditation practices, times for sharing experiences in groups and times for explaining the mechanisms of stress automatisms, its avoidance or compensation strategies.

This training within the company also makes it possible:

·         To find support for a more regular practice of meditation

·         To enrich the practice of employee awareness and to give them another dimension, at the heart of the action

·         To identify, through reflection with other professionals, ways to give more meaning and impact to their function.

·         This program allows those who wish to do so to continue to practice, exchange and develop together.

Induction sessions are offered to help participants discover a first experience with keys to continue training together or individually.



Increase in attention:

  • Development of creativity
  • Regulation of emotions
  • Increase in proprioception (you feel your body sensations better)
  • Automatic thought tracking
  • Change in the relationship to negative thoughts,

Better Health:

  • Increased immunity
  • Diabetes Regulation
  • Regulation of sleep disorders
  • Blood pressure regulation
  • Effectiveness on chronic pain

An increase in the quality of life at work:

  • Action in full consciousness
  • Self-efficacy
  • Qualities of observation
  • Non-reactivity to annoyances and control of emotions
  • Non-judgment

A decrease:

  • Medical Symptoms
  • Symptoms of stress feelings
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The health and well-being of employees is one of the most sensitive issues of our time. Controlling employee stress is one of the major elements in preventing absenteeism, burn-out and even interpersonal conflicts.

According to the WHO, good health is no longer just the absence of illness, but a general state of physical, mental and social well-being.



This perfectly laic meditation practice helps to enrich the way each person looks at his or her daily life and work.

A regular training of mindfulness changes agitation and stress into calm and serenity, obsession into contentment, hate and anger into benevolence.

For several years now mindfulness has been the subject of a growing number of scientific studies.

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How can we be more present to ourselves, to our colleagues, to our superiors, when the stress that generates fears, anger, judgments and self-judgments are upsetting our natural benevolence?

How can we remain ourselves, while remaining connected to others?

Mindful communication training opens the mind to make a difference in everything our mind tells us and the objectivity of facts when we are in moments of interpersonal turmoil. As a result, it creates more benevolence towards ourselves and others.



  • Learn to stay focused and aware in all communication situations
  • Identify automatic reactions in interpersonal communication situations
  • Develop self-empathy and empathy skills
  • Accepting judgments that help to find the nurtured or undernourished need in relationships
  • Deepen the practice of mindfulness




More than 40 years ago, the ancestral practice of meditation met the neurosciences. Far from remaining only in the field of scientific studies, thousands of people around the world have been able to experience the benefits of the MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) program.

This program takes place over 8 weeks, with the same group.

It consists of 8 weekly sessions (2h30 except the first and last one which are 3 hours) and a practical integration day (7 hours) and an information and induction session (1h30).

The information session is part of the program, it can be replaced by an individual interview with the instructor.

This MBSR program requires a commitment between sessions from the participant

More info: www.presence-pleineconscience.com

This program will be facilitated by Catherine Gillet, qualified MBSR Instructor +41 79 317 88 26.


Price : 890 CHF

(Per participant)


In this program we experiment and learn

  • Formal and informal mindfulness practices
  • Sitting meditation
  • Body scan
  • Movements in full consciousness
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Meditation walk
  • Pleasant and unpleasant events
  • Daily Events
  • Teachings on stress, the mechanism of reactivity, and the impact of mindfulness on mind and body.
  • Group practice exchanges and sharing
  • Instructions and materials for home practice
  • Individual experience is the pedagogical foundation for the unique learning that is the Seven Attitudes of Wellness
  • Acceptance
  • Trust
  • Patience
  • Letting go
  • The beginner’s spirit
  • Non-judgment
  • Non-effort
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The practice

Is the key to this technique, not the theory, so let’s plan to organise to give ourselves 45 minutes (in one or more slots) daily for intensive training in mindfulness meditation and its implementation into everyday life.

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Upcoming MBSR Cycles Stress Reduction Through Mindfulness

Limited places


Dates of the next sessions of the MBSR cycle at the Espace Ideo in Nyon

Meditation Workshops, October 6, December 16, January 26, April 20 from 6:45 pm to 8:15 pm.


This workshop is an opportunity to live the experience of meditation and receive a first introduction to the MBSR cycle, to ask your questions, to meet us and to meet people from your group. Participation is free, but it is necessary to register via this email: cg@ideohumancapital.com



We will then meet every week for 8 weeks.

Autumn Monday Cycle: October 19 to December 14, 2020 (Oct. 19.26 Oct. 2.9 16.30 Nov. 7.14 Dec.)

From 6:45 pm to 9:15 pm (except the first and last session which ends at 9:45 pm)

Silent Integration Day: Sunday, December 6, 2020 from 9:30 am to 5 pm

Autumn Saturday Cycle: October 24 to December 12, 2020 (24,31 Oct7,14,21,28 Nov. 5,12 Dec.)

From 9:30am to 12:00pm (except the first and last session which ends at 12:30pm)

Silent Integration Day: Sunday, December 6, 2020 from 9:30 am to 5 pm

Cycle on winter Wednesdays: Jan. 6 to Mar. 3, 2021 (Jan. 6,13,20,27 Feb. 3,10,17)

From 6:45 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. (except the first and last session which ends at 9:45 p.m.)

Silent Integration Day: Sunday, February 14, 2021 from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm

Cycle on winter Tuesdays: February 2 to March 30, 2021 (Jan. 26, 2,9,16 Feb. 2,9,16,23,30 March)

From 6:45 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. (except the first and last session which ends at 9:45 p.m.)

Silent Integration Day: Sunday, March 21, 2021 from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm

Spring Tuesday Cycle: May 4 to June 22, 2021 (May 4,11,18,25, June 1,8,15,22)

From 6:45 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. (except the first and last session which ends at 9:45 p.m.)

Silent Integration Day: Sunday June 13, 2021 from 9:30 am to 5 pm


Dates of the next sessions of the MBSR cycle


Dates to come


The consciousness that manifests itself when one intentionally and non-judgmental attention is paid to the experience of the present moment. Mindfulness is trained through formal meditation and informal practices.


In 1979, Jon Kabat-Zinn, a doctor in molecular biology with a degree from MIT in the United States, himself a practitioner of yoga and meditation, had the intuition to adapt these practices to the hospital context where stress is very present, both in patients and caregivers, by proposing a precise protocol.

This is the origin of the educational and preventive program called MBSR (Mindfulness, Based Stress Reduction). Based Stress Reduction at the University of Massachusetts School of Medicine.

Practiced in a laic context, programs based on Mindfulness were born from the encounter between two worlds of knowledge:

  • On one hand, mindfulness meditation which has its origin in the tradition of Buddhist psychology in the form of teachings and practices (Vipassana) developing the universal qualities of mindfulness, compassion and wisdom
  • And on the other, that of Western science, medicine and psychology


We give free information and practice sessions on Mindfulness Meditation (Mindfulness Meditation) in order to meet you, to share with you what Mindfulness is and what it is not, to inform you about the state of research in neuroscience on this subject, to know the origins and effectiveness of the MBSR program on chronic pain, stress, burn-out prevention, the power of interiority to live life intensely.

This is an opportunity to meet the instructor Catherine Gillet, ask her questions and decide together if this program is right for you.

To register, please fill out the form below, specifying “information session” and the date of your participation.

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Next information session dates :

Information meeting on October 6 from 6:45 pm to 8:45 pm

Information meeting on December 16 from 6:45 pm to 8:45 pm

Information meeting on January 26th from 6:45 pm to 8:15 pm

Information meeting on April 20 from 6:45 pm to 8:15 pm


The MBSR course is designed to be given in groups to develop interdependence and collective intelligence.

However, it is possible for people who need flexibility in their agenda, to train to mindfulness through individual coaching, by videoconference or face-to-face.


Our culture and our education have not taught us to take care of what hurts us. To understand and welcome our emotions, some thoughts, and to be satisfied with who we are. On the opposite, we constantly compare ourselves to others. We judge ourselves harshly.

With the help of practical exercises from psychological research, it is possible to learn to treat ourselves with kindness and make peace with our best enemy: ourselves.