If you are experiencing stress, racing thoughts, or difficulty sleeping, the Relaxation breathing exercise is your new best friend.
If you want to boost your energy and feel more alert then the Energize breathing exercise is here for you.
If you are looking to balance your body and mind, maximize productivity and inspire creativity look no further than the Optimal breathing exercise.
If you feel stressed, anxious, and unfocused then our Concentration breathing exercise is perfect for you.
A few weeks ago we got together with Zack Rutledge to talk about his new book, The Official Depression Relief Playbook.
As it turns out, one of the best ways to control our emotions is by controlling our breath.
This meditation helps us savor positive experiences, which is important for happiness and fulfillment.
Savoring happiness and prolonging positive experiences is key to enjoying life.
This science-backed gratitude exercise is backed by research done out of the University of Southern California.
We firmly believe gratitude is one of the most powerful exercises you can do for your mental fitness and overall wellbeing.