Mindfulness Works Australia provides non-religious, low-cost, high-value mindfulness courses.  Our vision is to significantly improve the mental health and well-being of all and to foster self-acceptance and self-love in all.  Mindfulness Works is Australia’s largest mindfulness training organisation.

Introductory
Mindfulness Courses

Try our Introductory 4 week course for mindfulness and meditation. With regular practice, mindfulness can help to reduce stress, anxiety and unhappiness. It can also increase self-acceptance and self-awareness and improve sleeping patterns.

Reviews and
Feedback

Here from people who have completed the Mindfulness Works Introductory Course

Workplace
Mindfulness Training

Custom and tailored workshops

What is Mindfulness and How Does it Work?



Mindfulness means “paying attention in a particular way; On purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgementally.” – Jon Kabat Zinn (Professor of Medicine Emeritus Stress Reduction Clinic and the Centre for Mindfulness in Medicine).

Mindfulness is gaining in popularity, even being embraced by organisations such as Google, Nike and Apple.
Modern research about mindfulness shows measurable and significant benefits including less stress, less anxiety, greater focus, increased calmness, and greater happiness.

Try our Introductory 4 week course for mindfulness and meditation. Courses are only $125 and include free guided mindfulness meditation downloads, a guidebook, weekly articles and 4 classes.

Mindfulness Stories



"Since doing this course, I have been sleeping much better, I feel much more in control of my emotions, I have enjoyed 'noticing' my own state, but also it has transferred to everything around. This means I am re-enjoying many things that I had been taking for granted."
- Sandy Good



“Thank goodness I came across Mindfulness Works. I have learnt so much in a year and have the happiest, authentic and content that I have ever been. By learning acceptance without judgement as been an eye opener for me. I’m continuing my journey of self compassion and feel excited and hopeful for my future. But am grateful of the now and who I am today…”
- Rebecca Young