Your greatest asset is your people, not simply as numbers, but rather as totally composed empowered, energetic, engaged and emotionally aware individuals working towards a common objective.

Ostara is passionate about spreading well-being in the workplace. We are experts in HeartMath techniques, which were developed on the west coast of America and are now being used worldwide by police, other first responders, health professionals, schools, universities, non-profits, military, special forces, professional athletes and olympic teams around the world.

In our resilience training programmes, we have combined these HeartMath techniques with other cutting-edge tools to develop the Ostara Advantage suite of resilience, emotional wellbeing and mental toughness programmes. However, the HeartMath training element can be delivered as a stand-alone programme to all staff at all levels of the organisation.

Who may benefit? Do any of the following resonate in your organisation?

“Smart people do stupid things when they are stressed”.

Have people taken the most bizarre or odd decisions? Have they acted in a way that has a significant effect on teams and individuals? Have they damaged the organisations’ reputation and affected public confidence?

“Shutting the stable door  after the horse has bolted”

By the time absence management or occupational health interventions kick-in it is already too late. It is estimated that 40-50 % of all ill health-related absence is related to preventable, psychological issues(e.g. stress, anxiety and depression), which is a shocking and unnecessary loss of productivity and waste of resources.

“Silos of avoidance instead of open engagement”.

Often silos operate within silos without communication and trust to have deep conversations that could improve an organisation’s, team’s or individual’s welfare. Are there things that are considered too taboo to discuss from a wellbeing perspective? These are the very things that will harm your organisation the most.



Stress is an unavoidable part of life. However, manageable levels of stress or challenge are not necessarily a bad thing and are in fact necessary for growth and optimal performance. Challenge can lead to clear thinking, creativity, improved decision making and heightened energy levels of performance.

However, when stress piles up or reaches extreme levels, it becomes a liability rather than an asset. At an individual level, it can chip away at performance, threaten relationships at home and at work, and put our mental, spiritual,  emotional and physical health in jeopardy.  At an organisational level, stress-related illness creates a financial burden and affects an organisation’s ability to resource and adequately deliver core services and improve performance.

The solution:

Our HeartMath training programmes provide a highly effective and scientifically proven approach to strengthen stress resilience, develop mental toughness and promote optimal performance.  Over 2300 peer-reviewed or independent studies utilising HeartMath techniques and technologies to achieve a beneficial outcome have been published.

Our training will teach and empower staff to self-regulate their emotions and behaviours, which in turn reduces stress, increases resilience, unlocks natural intuitive guidance for making more effective choices, and enables them to break through to higher levels of personal balance, creativity, insight and health.

HOW can you access this valuable training?

By investing in yourself, your leadership team or your organisation you can access tools and learn techniques that will benefit you forever.

WHAT if you have any questions?

Simply contact us so we can discuss your exact executive and leadership training needs.

Make change happen for you now.

"When you open to your heart, your entire world changes, it opens up around you. You see yourself as part of a friendly universe, one that is full of possibility, one that is generating and regenerating a positive energy".

Baptist de Pape - The Power of the Heart - Finding your True Purpose in Life

"A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination"

Nelson Mandela