The meditation industry is booming, but can expensive gadgets really help you find inner peace?
The best blocks to hit that pose or to stretch out sore muscles
Don’t have time to meditate? You will with these user-friendly apps.
Plug in and tune out.
WoeBot was developed by Stanford psychologists who wanted to create a tool that would relieve symptoms of depression and anxiety.
These comfortable meditation cushions put the ‘om’ in home.
Breathe out stress, breathe in cool mist, essential oils and the sounds of a calming playlist.
It’s painting without the paint. Very zen too.
We live in stressful times. Equip yourself with one of these fidget toys.
This data-driven meditation device gives you the insight you need to find inner peace, not to mention 300+ guided meditation sessions.
With Muse, you can get real-time feedback on your meditation, so you’re no longer wandering in the dark.
Why you mad, when you can be glad?