You can feel relaxed on your business trip by using a mobile app for meditation
Buddhify is a guided meditation app which is said to help travelers to feel calm wherever they are in the world.
And with its traveling section which includes six different meditations, this app helps connect users with calmness in hectic places and promotes stress-free travel whenever they’re sitting on a plane.
They can even enjoy meditating for improved sleep, when commuting into a city or when they’re working online.
Mobile apps are becoming increasingly popular in the fitness, holistic and wellness marketplaces, whilst this particular app includes curated meditations for every part of a users day, such as taking a break during work, or when they may be feeling stressed.
There’s personal data available to track progress and a timer to use for meditating solo both of which promote stress-free travel.
Over eighty guided meditation tracks are available over 11 hours of useful content.
Created by industry experts, each track serves to infuse plenty of calm, peacefulness and compassion into a users busy, modern day lifestyle.
New sections which have also been added following customer feedback, include meditations for about the house, dealing with difficult emotions and for working with health challenges.
Following the wide success of buddhify, creator Rohan Gunatillake’s company ‘Mindfulness Everywhere’ is working on a range of products that combine mindfulness with technology in amazing ways.
Rohan’s ebook, 24 Hour Mindfulness, which is a modern take on meditation, helps to instill calm and kindness via sixteen excellent portable exercises.
This skillful Glaswegian entrepreneur was named by Wired magazine as one of 50 people who will change the world.
He also created Sleepfulness which is a guided meditation app to help promote and improve sleep quality.
- Keeps your life stress-free
- Slows the aging process and improves brain function
- Helps you feel connected and happier
- Improves sleep
- Improves metabolism and helps fights diseases
Photography courtesy of buddhify/Mindfulness Everywhere