Level up your mental performance.
A unique 4-week reimbursable introductory mindfulness program derived from best practices in teaching mindfulness to the world’s top performers – from elite athletes to military forces.
Focus & Flow
Understand your brain’s default mode network and work to strengthen your mental capacity to increase focus, concentration, resilience to distraction, and immerse in peak performance states such as flow.
Better understand what’s going on internally. Turn inwards and learn to better perceive bodily sensations, cognitive processes, and emotional states to gain greater self-awareness and self-mastery.
Better embrace challenging and high-pressure experiences including stress, fear, failure, and anxiety. Discover how to thrive by grounding yourself, getting out of your own head, working with your emotions and leveraging your strengths.
Tame the inner critics that hold you back. Recognize patterns of mental narratives that reduce performance and learn to visualize and embody more effective thought processes for self-improvement and goal attainment.
What’s included in the course
8-hour interactive course on four Monday evenings from 7-9pm
June 3 / 10 / 17 / 24, 2019
$300 IN COMPLIMENTARY BONUSES
1 month of unlimited drop-in classes at MINDSET brain gym (value $140)
Comprehensive cognitive function assessment (value $160)
$297* + HST
MINDSET Unlimited members are eligible for 25% off and Mindful members are eligible for 10% off. When logged in, your discount will automatically apply.
*Have employer-sponsored mental health benefits?
This course will be offered by a Registered Social Worker (RSW). If you have extended health benefits from your employer for services provided by a RSW, you may be eligible for partial or total coverage of these group mindfulness sessions. Please contact your insurance provider to determine what’s included in your benefits policy. Receipts for insurance will be available upon request.
Joanna K.MINDSET member
“This course allowed me to cultivate greater awareness to my thoughts and feelings. I enjoyed the unique context and explanations Dylan provided for concepts we always hear about.”
“I would 100% recommend this course to a friend and I have already! Everyone should take this course. The city needs more spaces like this.”
“I very much enjoyed the performance-oriented meditation practices in this course. This is a great primer and start to meditation and mindfulness, and even a great refresher for experienced meditators as well.”
Eileen C.MINDSET member
“This course allowed me to substantially strengthen my resilience to stress under pressure, and learning about how to combat our inner critics and narratives was enormously helpful. As a musician, I will definitely recommend this to others as so many would benefit from this course.”
Clinical-grade cognitive testing
MINDSET offers the same clinical cognitive assessments used by healthcare practitioners across the globe. Using online research-grade tests that have been taken over 8 million times, test your brain to see how your different cognitive functions stack up with the rest of the population.
We test for:
Concentration (attention + response inhibition)
Memory (working + episodic)
About your facilitator
Dylan Zambrano (MSW, RSW) is a Registered Social Worker and Psychotherapist with several years of university education in Social Psychology and Clinical Social Work.
Dylan has experience in providing psychotherapy and counselling to adolescents and adults using evidence-based treatments that suit the needs of his clients. He has worked in hospital, school, and community health care settings supporting individuals with their unique needs.
He has experience and training in a number of psychotherapy treatments including Mindfulness-Based Interventions, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy.
Dylan is also on the faculty of University of Toronto’s School of Continuing Studies, teaching in the Applied Specialization in Mindfulness Meditation certificate program. He further helped co-author the daily prompts found in the MINDSET Journal.