Heartfulness Institute Offerings
Continued Medical Education
Heartfulness Institute is offering CME/CE accredited programs to relax, meditate and rejuvenate in collaboration with Annenberg center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower for physicians, nurses and psychologists.
Heartfulness Research Initiative
Supporting and facilitating a scientific approach toward contemplative practices and advancing our understanding of meditation and consciousness.
Wellness programs for corporate employees to learn to relax and rejuvenate, in order to lower stress in the workplace and improve productivity and teamwork
Programs to children to improve their creativity, interest in learning and observational abilities
Teaching training on Heartfulness methods of values education
Who we are
The Heartfulness Institute is a nonprofit global organization with more than xx,000 volunteers and x,000 trainers in relaxation and meditation techniques in more than 130 countries in the world. Our mission is to help develop peaceful, healthy and holistically educated individuals and children, families and communities, organizations and businesses and govenment organizations with a spirit of human well-being and oneness.
Learn a simple relaxation technique that you can practice before you start meditation, or as a restorative, refreshing and energizing booster break.
We use the mind continually to efficiently navigate our daily lives, whose outcomes may be success and enjoyment. but can also include stress, anxiety and even overwhelm. Connecting with the heart means delving into a silent source of openness and peace.
Be in a state of mental rejuvenation and youthful lightness by removing the impressions from the day.
Read the latest research on the benefits of Heartfulness Meditation for Healthcare Professionals
The benefits of a meditation and relaxation program as part of an overall wellness program are significant. Heartfulness Institute addressed the effects of heart-based meditation on burnout and stress over a 12-week period within the healthcare industry.
The academic internal medicine department of Wellspan York Hospital, Pennsylvania conducted a study on the impact of Heartfulness meditation program on healthcare providers, including resident physicians, faculty physicians and nurses. Pre and post surveys were completed to track changes in symptoms of burnout and emotional wellness. The study was accepted to be published in the Journal of Community Hospital Internal Medicine Perspectives. It found that participants experienced:
- significant decrease in burnout
- significant increase in joy, calmness, harmony, tolerance, confidence, sleep quality and other positive attributes
- significant decrease in anger, stress, anxiety, cynicism, fear, irritability and other negative attributes
The study is published in the Journal of Community Hospital Internal Medicine Perspectives.
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Heart / Mind Techniques
Heart-based meditation provides an experiential approach to personal transformation.