25 min

The Miss Sayé Show - Mitra Manesh The Miss Sayé Show

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Miss Sayé sits down with Mitra Manesh to discuss what it means to live a mindful life. 

Mitra Manesh is the founder of “innermap”, an innovative new mindfulness App, and the host of “Lights on”, a podcast offering support for a mindful life. She is a mindfulness thought leader, storyteller, and educator with over 3.5 decades of experience helping people of all ages and many different cultures to live, love, and lead more consciously at home and at work.

Her work is a blend of Western corporate training and Eastern inner-based practices. The result is a unique approach offering knowledge & wisdom in a practical and empowering way.

Her clients range from everyday people seeking peace at home and work to celebrities seeking balance, to institutions and other entities, like, UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center, Amazon, Merrill Lynch, Unilever, UCLA Anderson School of Management, Hugo Boss, C.A.A., Thomas Cook, The Senate of Canada, KPMG, Labatt, Christian Dior, Capital Group, Insomniac, United Health Group... to name a few.

Beyond mindfulness and corporate work, Mitra has been a Human Right Commissioner in Ontario, Canada, a commentator/panelist for CBC and Omni TV, and an executive for numerous non-profit and for-profit entities.

Miss Sayé sits down with Mitra Manesh to discuss what it means to live a mindful life. 

Mitra Manesh is the founder of “innermap”, an innovative new mindfulness App, and the host of “Lights on”, a podcast offering support for a mindful life. She is a mindfulness thought leader, storyteller, and educator with over 3.5 decades of experience helping people of all ages and many different cultures to live, love, and lead more consciously at home and at work.

Her work is a blend of Western corporate training and Eastern inner-based practices. The result is a unique approach offering knowledge & wisdom in a practical and empowering way.

Her clients range from everyday people seeking peace at home and work to celebrities seeking balance, to institutions and other entities, like, UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center, Amazon, Merrill Lynch, Unilever, UCLA Anderson School of Management, Hugo Boss, C.A.A., Thomas Cook, The Senate of Canada, KPMG, Labatt, Christian Dior, Capital Group, Insomniac, United Health Group... to name a few.

Beyond mindfulness and corporate work, Mitra has been a Human Right Commissioner in Ontario, Canada, a commentator/panelist for CBC and Omni TV, and an executive for numerous non-profit and for-profit entities.

25 min

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