What people are saying

I work with teams in multiple time zones and often have to wake up before 4 am. Normally on those 16 – hour work days, I have no choice but to have a nap in the early afternoon just to make it to dinner time without feeling worn out and drained. I notice that when I go to the Quiet Company’s in office meditation I make it through to bedtime without any problem, feel full of energy, and don’t even think about needing rest. It is amazing but true: a simple 15-minute guided meditation can completely change your day
— Project Manager at International NGO
Tokyo Smoke partnered with The Quiet Company to host a series of meditation and mindfulness sessions for our corporate staff with an aim to foster a collaborative work environment and assist with stress management. The results were immediate, the workshop provided the team with the practical tools that could be integrated into their daily routine with ease
— Daniel Okorn, Director of Experiential Marketing, Canopy Growth
Before meeting Emily, I was unaware of the benefits meditation has on productive work, but now, with her program at Make Lemonade, I have seen an increase of focus, clarity, and intention with the work I do. The Quiet Co. is a fantastic way to slow down, so we can “speed up!” I cannot recommend her enough. 
— Rachel Kelly, Founder, Make Lemonade
The Quiet Company conducted an onsite Mindfulness & Meditation session as part of our Mental Health Week program. In our fast-paced environment, it was really helpful to have Emily come in and lead a series of meditations and exercises that our firm members can use to promote wellness in their everyday lives. We received great feedback from our teams and hope to have the Quiet Company back again soon!
— Amanda Law, Human Resources Specialist, McMillan LLP
The Quiet Company’s guided meditation is like the “Whale Sounds” soundtrack on steroids. Having learned how to meditate over a decade ago, one can forget how beneficial and productive guided meditation can be. The Quiet Company not only provides this, but they teach you mechanisms you can use when practicing alone as well. If you’ve considered trying meditation or have meditated before and want to start again, signing up with The Quiet Company is without reservation your best first step
— Anonymous Client
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