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IOM Communities

Local Communities

IOM Local Communities offer opportunities to meet and network, surface common issues, share best practices, and participate in educational activities and events.


Communities are free and open to all IOM members. Join to:

  • Start-up or strengthen your own science-based mindfulness practice

  • Become a healthier, happier and higher performing human being 

  • Meet and  network with other progressive, future-inspired members 

  • Share and compare best practices for implementing mindfulness 

  • Learn from experts in neuroscience, psychology, OD and management

  • Tap into an engaged, global network of peers

  • Make an impact by getting involved. Join or launch a new community! 

Community Objectives


IOM Local Communities are self-organizing and self-governing, but share three objectives:


  • To help members start-up and strengthen their own science-based mindfulness practices, for greater health, happiness, and personal performance.

  • To learn together to apply science-based mindfulness to develop more effective leaders, a higher-performing workforce, and a healthier, safer, more inclusive workplace.

  • To raise awareness and spark the adoption of science-based mindfulness in our organizations. 

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Find Your Community

IOM Communities are beginning to pop up - Go here to find one near you.

Let us know here if you need help!


Start a New Community


We welcome new communities in cities across North America and around the globe, and look forward to helping you get started. All you need is the passion to connect and help others, at the intersection of mindfulness and the enterprise.


To launch a new community, please connect with us here.


We’ll follow-up to start the conversation, and walk you through the start-up process. We have some great resources to help you get organized, build your membership, plan your events, and collaborate with the network.

Serious Student

"It’s the person who can focus, execute, move on, and do it again (and again, and again…) who sustains success. Practicing mindfulness is one of the “meta factors” that distinguish some of our culture’s most successful business leaders and performers across disciplines."


Thriving in Healthcare, Simons, Sotile 2019

Have a Question? Call or Text Us @ 702-483-1306

Institute for Organizational Mindfulness

712 H Street NE Suite 1518

Washington,DC 20002  

Phone: +1-702-483-1306


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