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Keynote Mindfulness Speaker Charlotte Thaarup

15 Aug 2019

Keynote Mindfulness Speaker Charlotte Thaarup

Mindfulness Keynote Speaker Australia, Sydney, NSW 2019

Charlotte Thaarup teaches Mindfulness in the workplace, runs retreats in Australia, NSW, Hunter valley, Central Coast, Sydney and NZ. and is a Mindfulness keynote speaker. Mindfulness training, coaching and retreats for corporate, non for profit, government, schools, small business and community groups. We have experience in leadership training, Mindfulness in the workplace, self care, resilence, wellbeing, mindful eating, diversity training, mediation and corporate events.

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Full Bio:

Charlotte Thaarup-Owen, Dip Mediation (London University), DipArtThy (London University) MBSR, MBEAT, CBMT. Director The Mindfulness Clinic is an internationally experienced clinical mindfulness consultant and transformative educator.

Danish born Charlotte started working as a model and then in fashion design. This lead to transformative learning, mediation and conflict resolution and finally to immersing herself in mindfulness.

Charlotte Thaarup is one of the pioneers of Mindfulness within Australia, having trained hundreds of psychologists in Mindfulness, many businesses, as well as individuals from all walks of life. Her ‘Mindfulness@Work’ program, and her ‘Mindful Leadership program’ are some of the first corporate mindfulness programs within Australia. She has had a particular focus on leadership for women and diversity in general and has run many Mindful Leadership programs specifically for women.

Charlotte has over 20 years experience in facilitating change and personal and interpersonal development as well as leadership training and 360 feedback. For the past ten years she has been facilitating Mindfulness as retreats, workshops and coaching. She contributes to academic writing on Mindfulness and is often described as the ‘real deal’.

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