Creating Conscious Culture at Work. Saturday, Feb 5th 10am-3pm

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(2 customer reviews)


$95 per person / $85 when two or more people register together

Join Mark and Lynda Pirtle for an introduction into ethically-based mindfulness at work. This 5-hour workshop will deliver key concepts and simple, actionable practices that will enable you to begin to create a conscious culture at your workplace.


Creating healthy, conscious culture that enables productive collaboration is sometimes an elusive goal. Skills necessary for its achievement include skillful personal and social awareness, artful communication, and emotional adaptability that comes with working with others. Come with and be ready to explore your real-world challenges and generate creative solutions. Leave with an action plan that supports the positive transformation of your work environment so you, and those you serve and work with, start feeling better and doing more together. Due to limited seating at this event, we are unable to grant refunds. Thank you for your understanding in advance.


Date Saturday, February 5th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Cost $95 per person or $85 each when two or more register together
Location TBD: Central Tucson, major cross streets Speedway & Tucson Blvd.
Other Information Catered lunch is included. Beverages allowed in a covered container.
Dr. Mark Pirtle
Dr. Mark Pirtle is a clinician, teacher, author, speaker, and filmmaker. He helps people learn to improve their lives through the cultivation of greater awareness.Pirtle completed his doctor of physical therapy degree (with distinction) from Northern Arizona University. Subsequently, he became deeply interested in Buddhist psychology as it applies to healing stress-related illnesses. Connecting the dots between the modern science of “self-making” systems and the practice of mindfulness meditation, he developed an evidence-based program for treating stress-related illnesses he calls Skillfully Aware®. Dr. Pirtle is in private practice and teaches for the Center for Integrative Medicine Fellowship Program at the University of Arizona.
Lynda Pirtle
Lynda Skinner Pirtle is certified mindfulness educator, spiritual counselor, conscious business consultant, mediator, and filmmaker. Following her military career and college, Lynda worked her way up the corporate ladder to become an award-winning bank manager and Vice President. In that role, she taught leadership development and emotional competencies to hundreds of employees. She is a lifelong student of meditation, compassion training, mindfulness. Pirtle uses her understanding of the mind and heart to help clients explore their emotions and motivations for the purpose of increasing congruence and harmony in relationships. Her gift for skillfully reading and expressing emotions enables her to direct, inspire, and coach business owners, women, executives, employees, clients, and parents. Her undefended and transparent nature readily encourages positive change in others, whether at the level of the individual, group or organizational system.

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Individual, Couple, 3, 4, 5, 6

2 reviews for Creating Conscious Culture at Work. Saturday, Feb 5th 10am-3pm

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    I had the pleasure of working with Lynda at Wells Fargo Bank. She was a VP at the time and I directly reported to her. I often reflect back on managers that I have had and am thankful that she was one of the people that lead me so early in my career. Lynda illustrated quality leadership and mentored me in many areas of my life. She went above and beyond most by providing me guidance in continuing my education and other situations in life. Her style of leadership has informed the leader I have become. She led by example but more importantly she uplifted the spirits of her employees and always coached and developed them to be the best person they could be and to follow their desired dreams. Though years may pass, I still feel that I can call Lynda anytime to ask for her opinion and support. In addition to the care she offers people who work for her, she is also a savvy business woman. Whatever she puts her mind to, she achieves. In addition to being successful, when Lynda touches lives, she brings a high level of encouragement and the utmost integrity. For these reasons, I highly recommend learning from her.

    P.K, San Diego, CA

  2. Sharon A – Tucson, Arizona

    I’ve known Lynda Skinner-Pirtle for over 20 years and have found her to be a woman of integrity that I’m now happy to call my friend. I first met Lynda when she came on board as a Branch Manager with Wells Fargo Bank. She quickly became a team player and used her expertise from her prior position with Chase Bank to bring about change in our management group. She had great insight and ideas that our team was able to utilize. Our team building exercises became more interesting and enjoyable with her involvement. Lynda knew how to build rapport with each manager of the team. She moved the team from being strangers to peers. To this day, all of them consider her to be a good friend.

    Lynda is loyal and can be counted on to give you her honest opinion on any issue. She is willing to share that opinion and review the facts and all the illusive underpinnings to help support her reasoning for how she arrives at a particular conclusion. She is fair and just and coaches authentically. She supports change and has a heart for the people –
    especially people in need. With honesty and openness, Lynda shares her prior experiences with you, when you find yourself in a difficult situation.

    During a difficult time in my life, I sought her out and she was present and listened to me – without judgment. She gave me very sound advice! To this day, I can pick up the phone, call her and she’s there without hesitation! Lynda fits into any team seamlessly and gives the very best of her to make that team a success, grounded in ethics.

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