Corporate Mindfulness & Meditation

From Leadership Excellence to Work/Life Balance, Meditation is the Path to Company-wide Health, Wellbeing & Productivity.

The research is in, and it shows that mindfulness is not just a fad. It is a proven and cost effective way for human beings to cultivate peace without having to quit their job.

The fact is that most people are facing a tremendous amount of stress – both on the job and off. New symptoms of the digital age are popping up – including continuous partial attention disorder to time poverty and even email apnea! At times our stress may seem insurmountable. Many of us experience stress-related illnesses and tension headaches, relationship troubles,and diminished productivity.

Fortunately there is a remedy, and it only takes a little bit of education and a few minutes a day to turn things around. From learning how to transform fight-flight-freeze into the relaxation response, to cultivating self-compassion and resilience, mindfulness can help.

If you want to learn more about how the Frederick Meditation Center can partner with your organization, email or call Ray at 240-397-8080 to discuss programming for your organization. We offer classes at your facility, or can host programs via Zoom. From 4 and 8 week programs, to one time workshops and day-long trainings in wellness, resilience and leadership, we look forward to co-creating a healthy and peaceful community with you.

Most Requested Keynote & Workshop Topics

  • Mindfulness & Leadership Excellence
  • Mindfulness In The Trenches: Cultivating Peace No Matter What
  • Self-Compassion as Self-Care
  • Transforming Suffering to Hope in the Wake of Personal & Public Tragedy

About Heather Stang

Heather is no stranger to high stress environments. She launched her first business in her 20’s, sold it in her 30’s after winning the Entrepreneur of the Year Award in Frederick County, then worked on a suicide hotline in honor of her uncle who died by suicide when she was just 7 years old.

Somewhere between these two endeavors, Heather was diagnosed with shingles, a stress-related illness, prompting her nurse practitioner to proclaim, “You need to get a grip on your stress. Try yoga.” Little did they know at the time that the practice of yoga would lead to a serious personality change, and a complete overhaul of Heather’s hopes and dreams.

Today, Heather runs the Frederick Meditation Center in the heart of downtown Frederick Maryland, and the Mindfulness & Grief Training Institute. She is the author of Mindfulness & Grief, and hosts a podcast by the same name. She also serves on the Advisory Board to the highly respected military loss organization TAPS, and mentors mindfulness teachers and yoga therapists-in-training.

As a mindfulness speaker, she travels around the country teaching mindfulness for leadership, work/life balance, self-care, resilience, and personal growth to a variety of corporate clients, healthcare organizations, and associations.