Mindfulness Corporate Program

Our Corporate Client List

  • Agency for Integrated Care
  • Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore
  • Community Psychology Hub
  • Exxon Mobil
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Hwa Chong Institution
  • Institute of Mental Health
  • Keppel Land
  • Keppel T&T
  • Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
  • Ministry of Education
  • National Addiction Management Services Centre
  • National Council of Social Service
  • NTUC Learning Hub
  • Raffles Hotel
  • People’s Association
  • Ren Ci Hospital
  • Shanda Group
  • Singapore Armed Forces
  • Singapore General Hospital
  • Singhealth Polyclinics
  • Social Service Institute
  • South East Community Development Council
  • Anthony’s Canossian Secondary School
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • Swire
  • Tan Tock Seng Hospital


“I learnt to be mindful and aware of my self.”

“I am more attentive and less judgemental towards my family members and colleagues. I noticed that I am more patient towards rude callers.”

“More calm, mindful and I now have a grip on my negative thoughts”

“Go for it! The course will help you to understand the importance of relationship and how to stay positive.”

Mindfulness @ Work Course Participants

May 2016, Agency For Integrated Care

“Practicing mindfulness should be like drinking water. Its health benefits are immeasurable.”

“Be brave and take the first step to help yourself; by understanding yourself, you will be empowered to understand and help those around you.”

“A worthwhile course. Take it for the opportunity to change your life!”

“It was a really organized workshop, with visual aids & recounts of events to help us further understand the topic.”

“I can take control, I can empower myself to make a change and empower others to make a change, for the better.”

Mindfulness @ Work Course Participants

April 2016, Agency For Integrated Care

Research Study

Title: Effects of Mindfulness-Based Training in Improving Sleep Quality among Working Adults in Singapore

The consequences of workplace stress, among many, include poor quality of sleep among working adults.  This study is aimed at examining the effects of a 4-week workplace adapted mindfulness-based training for working adults in improving employees’ sleep quality. A single-group pre-post intervention design was adopted at Brahm Centre. The mindfulness-based training was delivered over 4 weeks to selected employees of 3 different organisations. A total of 32 working adults participated in the study. Participants completed the Perceived Stress Scale, Pittsburg Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) and Mindful Attention Awareness Scale at pre- and post intervention. Paired t-test analyses revealed that the scores on the global measure of sleep among the participants improved significantly by 24% from pre- to post intervention (p=0.017, d=0.48), with a small to medium effect size. There was a significant improvement in participants’ PSQI component scores – subjective sleep quality (p=0.017) and sleep latency (p=0.032) after the mindfulness training. Additionally, significant negative correlation was found between changes in mindfulness and perceived stress levels from pre- to post intervention (r=-0.454, p=0.009). Findings from this pilot study provide initial evidence that the 4-week mindfulness training has the potential to improve the quality of sleep for working adults in Singapore.