Headspace: Mindful Meditation

Headspace: Mindful Meditation

By Headspace Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2012-02-02
  • Current Version: 3.226.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 102.76 MB
  • Developer: Headspace Inc.
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 14.0
Score: 4.84952
4.84952
From 904,558 Ratings

Description

Meditate and sleep soundly. Headspace is your guide to practicing mindfulness in your everyday life. Learn how to relax, manage stress, and focus your energy to become more centered and well rested. Create a calm and positive environment with Headspace. Headspace offers guided meditation, sleep meditation, and breathing exercises. Learn mindfulness skills from world-class experts like former monk and Headspace co-founder Andy Puddicombe. Choose from hundreds of guided meditations on a new topic each day: anxiety, focus, relaxation, and more! Meditation for every experience level and lifestyle. Meditate with friends and build your practice your way. Choose between short, 3-minute sessions that fit seamlessly into a busy schedule or longer meditations to set your intentions for the day. Listen to calming sounds and music with Sleep by Headspace or release stress and tension through movement with Move Mode. In just a few minutes a day, Headspace can help bring balance to your everyday life. Find some headspace. Start with a free trial. Download Headspace today and be kind to your mind. HEADSPACE FEATURES DAILY MEDITATIONS - Choose from hundreds of guided meditations and mindfulness exercises - Practice daily meditation on a new topic each day with Everyday Headspace - Breathe easy with 3-minute mini-meditations for a quick mental reset - Practice mindfulness with “Mindful Moments” to keep you present throughout the day - Track your progress and time spent meditating with Mindful Minutes on Apple Health - Learn new skills and find answers to your mindfulness questions SLEEP MEDITATIONS - Create conditions for a more restful night with Sleep by Headspace - Switch off with sleepcasts — calming stories paired with relaxing sounds - Soothing sleep sounds with ambient nature recordings - Tranquil sleep music to help you reach a deep slumber - Start your day inspired with The Wake Up — a short, daily video series made to brighten your day STRESS RELIEF & COPING MEDITATIONS - “SOS” sessions for moments of panic, anxiety, and stress - Learn breathwork to help relax & calm you down - Build your resilience with the Weathering the Storm collection - Follow meditations that help you cope with sadness, anger & adapting to change FIND FOCUS & BUILD PRODUCTIVITY - Improve your focus with meditations for working from home - Boost your concentration & productivity with focus-enhancing music - Choose from 12 different Focus music stations to set the right mood for your day - Tune in to the moment with Headspace’s Chief Music Officer, John Legend CENTERED FITNESS & TENSION RELEASE - Relieve stress and release everyday tension with Move Mode - Mood boosting and motivating at-home workouts - Centered fitness courses: 28 days of mindful fitness and cardio - Train with experts and Olympians Kim Glass & Leon Taylor SUBSCRIPTION PRICING AND TERMS Headspace offers two auto-renewing subscription options: $12.99 per month $69.99 per year (that's less than $5.99 a month) These prices are for United States customers. Pricing in other countries may vary and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on the country of residence. The subscription will automatically renew unless turned off in your iTunes Account Settings at least 24 hours before the current period ends. You can go to your iTunes Account settings to manage your subscription and turn off auto-renew. Your iTunes Account will be charged when the purchase is confirmed. If you subscribe before your free trial ends, the rest of your free trial period will be forfeited as soon as your purchase is confirmed. Headspace saves your meditation sessions to your Apple Health app. Read the terms and conditions here: http://www.headspace.com/terms-and-conditions Read the privacy policy here: https://www.headspace.com/privacy-policy

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Reviews

  • Mental health

    4
    By abhbshabh
    Absolutely love the app. It calms my anxiety and is helping me focus more. I just wish there was more for depression.
  • What happened to viewing past mediation

    4
    By bluedotcom
    So I love headspace I generally do the daily start your day meditations and I remember that you could look and see what the mantra (or saying whatever you call it)was for each pass meditation. my coworker and I were talking and we use Headspace through Starbucks we love it but we found it odd that you can’t look at past meditations and like that little saying on what it was about I really miss that feature if you brought it back I would honestly give this app five stars because it’s amazing.
  • Very disappointed

    1
    By lieingassbitch
    Nothing like having your meditation interrupted by notifications.
  • headspace

    5
    By eveii.iii
    my favorite app, really soothing and calming for my anxiety !
  • I just want to get in the right “headspace” without having to pay.

    2
    By Hailey Faith
    This app can’t help me because I won’t pay subscription… I really needed something FREE to help with my anger, anxiety, sleep, etc . Everything I try to listen to is locked… EVERYTHING. i try meditation locked. Sleep, locked. I’m not paying for those qualities. I just want to get in the right “headspace” without having to pay. This was such a hassle and waste of time. They just want your money… :(
  • Best Mental Health App On The Market!

    5
    By Baby little one
    I adore this app. It’s a wonderful prebiotic; a consolidated therapy resource for easing everyday stress and even SOS panic moments. They say to take probiotics everyday to keep the body and gut healthy. Though not everybody can afford traditional therapy (your ‘probiotics’), this app acts like a prebiotic that compliments your current therapy, or can be a nutritional supplement to treat your mental health long-term. Everything from workouts, yoga classes for situations and moods, meditations, topic specific courses, sleep guidance and podcasts, this lil app is a house for health. I’ve benefited by being able to handle stress, anxiety and general emotions so much more productively rather than reactively. This app has helped me build a healthy daily routine to gently heal stress and feel more open, happy and free!
  • Arrived too late_chaos continues

    1
    By Searching for real ideas
    Revised: On organization and ease of use, this app was easier and more efficient at the beginning of 2022; with each update, it becomes chaotic. It takes more scrolling and links to get to previous meditations. Zero organization skill exists here. It’s junky. This app should be the best, due to the price. Activity History is still not fixed properly; meditation recents do not match Activity History. Timeline was better. If you open some of the most recently added tabs, what’s inside, doesn’t seem to match. Material that reflects corporate culture and corporate image, and Star Wars, is listed first, rather than, a starting point, a returning point. This agenda gets shoved in our face, rather than into a new folder. Marketing wants to disrupt our flow, or they would just file it, in new. I had been using the app constantly for about an hour per day, average; since all of the software updates, my meditation was dwindled. I have started to explore elsewhere. Plum Village app functions better, new material is listed in a new link, for those who are looking. When this app opens, it’s hard to find Andy Puddicombe. When I look at Plum Village, Thich is still present and not hidden. I first saw Headspace on Netflix; I was sold in a few minutes. Andy Puddicombe was not in my radar, until the show premiered. I wish I had taken the time to search for Headspace back then. The Netflix series, Guide to Meditation, was beautifully created; I was in awe of the innovative visualizations; I give the team the highest recommendations for this series. I highly applaud Netflix for talking the risk to visually tackle this topic. I loved the Netflix imagery and felt instantly at ease with Andy, as my guide. I accepted this figurative animation as my mentor; I never though about his race or gender; it was not an issue with the Interactive Headspace, nor was it an issue in Guide to Sleep. The overall format was streamlined and easy to use. On Headspace, Netflix: Bravo!!! I have watched Andy Puddicombe’s TedTalk, and have read his book. I’ve listened to online videos of his thoughts, as well. I do like the pace and format of his meditation style; he is easy to understand, and speaks clearly in English. Andy is both straightforward and empathetic, compassionate and disciplined; he comprehends difficult emotions and is articulate. Andy has a natural gift for training, to communicate, and, for having patience. He understands this amazing balance between the mind and body. It’s a tightrope act and following him, as a guide, helps me to stay on focus. The ability to speak this see-saw, between thinking and feeling, between the mind and body, between opposing forces, is a gift. His gift. Meditation course progress is not a priority to this app. Tracking numeric value is the priority. Is it mindful to be measuring, all the time? Why measure the negative emotions? Are we not experiencing the positive? Is the goal the negative or the positive? Why should we scroll past this to begin?? Is it mindful to scroll? This app does contain incredible guided meditations, why must we hunt for it? Only 1 new link was added in 2022, that could be helpful: a link to the podcast. (Have not listened). The rest of the new tabs are only chaos and disorder, it pulls up jumbled mess. Aren’t we trying to get rid of distractions? Since I do think so highly of Andy, it’s hard for me to rate the app so low; this rating is for the overall use of this app. Andy’s meditations are a 10+, on a scale of 1-5. I can recommend the Netflix series or Andy’s books, but not this app. The board is going in the wrong direction; it’s trying to improve what was not broken. I do think previous editions of this app had a different intention and overall appearance. I expect it was similar to the interactive Netflix app. I do think this app was better a year ago, before Headspace merged with Ginger, before Andy and Rich stepped away. I wish I knew explored the Headspace app 3 years ago.
  • The reason I’m still here

    5
    By Dat-1-punk
    In a dark spot I found this app and Andy’s calm and understanding voice helped me realize the mind is vast and full of possibility. Meditate daily now. It’s worth every penny.
  • Wonderful

    5
    By NikkiLWC
    This app has played a huge part in improving my mental health. I recommend it to everyone!
  • Thank you

    5
    By Srivani Chebiyyam
    My brother got me into it. I am grateful for the application.

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