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MBWARE Training


To help you strengthen your High-Stress Service Personnel's

mental resilience, presence and performance under stress and provide empowering stress injury protection and recovery exercises. 


We provide training exercises, training modules and instructor training programs and certification. more


We operate internationally, with head offices based in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Our approach is collaborating with you, to customize integratable training modules that support your training strategies, and honor your operational realities and professional culture.

How MBWARE Training collaborates


MBWARE Training is a group of professionals with extensive experience in Mindfulness-Based Mental Resilience Training (MBMR) in military and high-stress service contexts. 

Lennart Krogoll


Training Design & Delivery

Mark Allen


Training Design & Delivery

Grant MacLean

B.A., B.A. (Hons),M.A., A.M.

Advisory Council

David Whitehorn

Advisory Council

Joseph Litven

Advisory Council

Crane Stookey

Advisory Council & Instructor

MBWARE means: 
Warrior Resilience

Why Warrior?


Warrior traditions generally have a few things in common. Warriors are prepared to step into harms way, putting their own comfort and safety aside, in order to help others in crisis or to protect the well-being and peace of others or their nations.


Therefore the warrior always makes sure he or she is prepared for the challenge at hand, physically, mentally, and equipped with the appropriate resources. They train to sustain physical and mental fitness, agility and presence during challenging engagements. And they make sure to clean their sword after engagement, taking adequate time and measures to physically and mentally de-compress and recover, in order to be ready and strong for the next challenge.

"Knowing the other and knowing oneself,
In one hundred battles no danger.
Not knowing the other and knowing oneself,
One victory for one loss.
Not knowing the other and not knowing oneself,
In every battle certain defeat."

- Sun Tzu, 'The Art of War' Denma Translation

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