OUR Background and Approach

We are highly trained and dedicated practitioners of mindfulness who have a unique approach to teaching. For example, we employ a language of metaphors that helps people understand the practice and make the practice more accessible to a wide array of people. Also, we specialize in teaching mindfulness to “skeptics” and want people to have fun with the practice. Our approach is also highly practical in that we encourage people to bring mindfulness into their daily life situations, rather than the more typical approach that focuses on meditation with its effects on daily life as secondary. We also customize our workshops to fit within the busy schedule of companies.

WE Have Experience

Our approach to teaching mindfulness is a result of our vast experience teaching mindfulness in companies in a variety of industries, including advertising, health care, entertainment, financial services, apparel, and more. We’ve taught mindfulness to surgeons, financial analysts, creative people in the advertising industry, health care workers, retailers, content marketers and many more. I’ve worked in companies with a wide variety of cultures. Finally, while our workshops focus on meditation as a way to practice mindfulness, we spend time showing people how to deal with real life situations using the skills of mindfulness.

We Have Credibility

Our credibility comes from real life experiences. For example, the founder of Insight4Peace has started a company (he is the founder and former CEO of MarketingProfs, LLC, an online training and events company) and also teaches a class at the University of Southern California on “Leading with Mindfulness and Compassion” in the Marshall School of Business where he is a marketing professor. Finally, he knows about complex organizations and their issues as he is the Director of Mindful USC, where he leads all the teaching of mindfulness throughout the 23 schools and 5 hospitals at the University of Southern California.


The founder has also worked with the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officers at USC. As one of these officers told him after a mindfulness class he taught, mindfulness is just what DEI needs. Why? Because mindfulness helps people cultivate the tendency to respond instead of reacting and the way we teach mindfulness is to bring in our implicit biases , we talk about non-judgmental awareness, we teach loving kindness and much more. If you’re not sure that a program where people look inward helps with DEI, you might find this article helpfulIn short, our unique mindfulness teaching complements your diversity and inclusion initiative.

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