Wellbeing programs designed for you and your team

We have had our own Mindfulness Coach, Russell Treasure, for over 3 years now. He has helped our team with both their own mental health and wellbeing, and has also played an integral role in us developing an open, resilient, personal learning hungry, and positive culture.

Russ is now also helping our clients, and delivers regular virtual and "in person" sessions tailored to support what your business needs at any point in time. He is particularly focused on helping companies come out of pandemic related challenges, and the impact it has had on team dynamics and individual wellbeing.

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Sadly 1 in 4 people are affected by Mental Health issues every year

Within a working environment, mindfulness helps you to switch on and off at appropriate times, leading to a better quality of life.  Not only do you benefit from improved wellbeing you will also learn how to manage the crucial work/home balance.

Sadly 1 in 4 people are affected by mental health issues every year. In order to support our mental health, when life gets difficult, we need to be able to access and learn self-help skills and interventions that will empower us and help us cope.  Whether that be in our personal life or in the workplace. The wellness of your team is a number 1 priority, healthy happy people support a thriving workplace.

Collingwood's mindfulness expert works with organisations to deliver crucial mindfulness strategies and support for your employee wellbeing

Russell Treasure has been practicing Mindfulness and Meditation since his early thirties and started to teach in 2013, with a Diploma (Distinction) in Teaching Meditation and a certificate in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. Russ is also a Director of Warrington based CIC, Treasure Your Wellbeing, which delivers outreach mindfulness to people in Warrington, and volunteers for The Salvation Army and a local food bank. Russ can be found salivating over Lotus cars, looking after his chickens and dreaming of being an Alpaca farmer.

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By introducing a greater focus on the wellbeing of staff you will improve decision making, communication, strength of teams and leaders, superior creativity and innovation, improved engagement, confidence around change, greater resilience and positive wellbeing

​When practicing mindfulness with clients, concentration on the present moment and surrounding environment is the focus, rather than rehearsing the past or imagining the future.​Mindfulness also involves acceptance, meaning that we pay attention to our thoughts and feelings without judging them.

So many people suffer from the inability to switch off after work, as well as being mentally “full” during the day, restricting their ability to perform sometimes even the smallest of tasks. Introducing Mindfulness to your daily routine, leads to a better quality of life and especially helps people who are absent from work through stress.

Mindfulness WILL help your team perform better, they’ll have focus, their attitude towards clients and colleagues will be a positive one, in turn leading to a better culture and output for the business.

Doug Mcckay

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Speak with our Managing Director, Doug Mackay to discuss a wellbeing program for you and your team

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