Pause and Think Deeply for World Mediation Day

Pause and Think Deeply for World Mediation Day

Happy World Meditation Day!!

Meditation has come a long way reputation wise.  It was a practice that was often dismissed, sometimes even mocked in the past.  Today we see more and more people finding their own meditation practices through music, spiritual leaders or their favorite application.  We love to see technology and wellness working together so here are some of our favorite mediation apps that we use with how they describe themselves.


Chorus Meditation - "Whether you meditate daily and love it, tried it and hated it, or have never even thought about it before – Chorus is for you. Our take on meditation can help you de-stress and get back to being who you want to be, so join the Chorus today. It’s gonna be great (promise)."


Insight Timer - "#1 free app for sleep, anxiety and stress. Magic Happens when you give meditation away for free."  



Open - "Open is a mindfulness studio for everyone. A place to come to your senses — meditation, music, breathwork and movement awaken body and mind to bring you to the present moment."


The Underbelly - "The Underbelly is wellness with you at the core. We are just like you: curious, authentic, approachable and creative. We don’t aspire to perfection and invite you to come as you are. We embrace the fullness of our darkness and our light, our crazy and our sanity. The Underbelly offers the tools, practices, inspiration, knowledge and community you need to achieve the four pillars of wellness – Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual – your way."


Headspace - "Headspace has one mission: to improve the health and happiness of the world. And with millions of users in more than 190 countries, we’re well on our way. Headquartered in Santa Monica, California, we also have offices in San Francisco and London."


Here are just a few options that we enjoy, share with us on social what your favorite meditation tool is.  Happy Meditating!!

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