Headspace, an online and app-based meditation service with more than 2 million users, plans to release an enterprise product next year aimed at companies who want to provide mindfulness training to employees, CEO Sean Breker told The Huffington Post.
The Headspace app currently provides audio of guided meditation sessions and allows its users track their progress. It also includes animations and instructions explaining the science behind mindfulness and how meditation offers mental and physical benefits.
So far the company offered corporate packages on its app to a limited number of businesses and other institutions — including HuffPost. A yearly subscription runs $95, which is just under $8 per month. The company is now focused on launching the product to meet the needs — some uniquely requested already — of companies. It should be released at some point next year, according to Breker.
“We’ll only tackle that enterprise market when we feel like we have the resources to build out the product,” Brecker said in the report. “We’ll do it when the time is right, and we have the right product and we have the right team to build that product.”
For more on Headspace, visit www.headspace.com.
There is a new way to meditate by logging online!
MultiMeditation.com offers a range of meditation videos, including those designed to cater to specific needs such as depression, stress and anxiety relief – and users can try one of the channels for free!
MulitMeditation is a technique combining traditional and modern meditation techniques and therapies, including knowledge of the Mandala – a spiritual symbol representing the Universe that is used in both Hinduism and Buddhism; contemplation meditation, concentration meditation, chromotherapy, sound therapy and fractology (the science of healing through energy).
“We use color, music, nature sounds, videos, the Mandala, and fractal art to create a technique that produces the desired effect on several levels of perception – through sight, hearing, and vibrations,” the website states. “MultiMeditation combines all of these various methods to provide a synergistic effect. Using a combination of meditation techniques works faster and more effectively compared with using each technique separately, enabling participants to achieve their desired changes more rapidly.”
Sign up to try the main channel for free, and view the various subscription options here.
Looking for some regular guided meditation assistance either at home or on the go? Then check out Headspace, a new online membership site offering guided meditations on the computer or the mobile phone for only around $5 a month.
The company refers to it as a “gym membership for the mind,” and members simply login online or via an app available for both iPhone and Android platforms. The meditation guide “Andy” will walk members through a guided meditation – with a new meditation every day! There is 365 days of content to calm the mind, increase creativity or improve relationships.
Watch the introduction video below to understand how Headspace works:
On December 21, 2012, Naam Yoga will host a free 14- hour continuous World Peace Prayer and Meditation Marathon (“Naamathon”), which includes a live webcast for people worldwide to join in the event.
Naam Yoga created a mass healing impact uniting more than 15,000 people in peace, on November 25, 2012, for the world’s largest yoga “super class” of its kind, in Mexico City, according to the company.
“This Naamathon provides an opportunity to bring about true change in the world. By broadcasting, Naam Yoga seeks to expand the effects of vibrating love in unity with people around the world to bring peace and healing to our beloved planet,” the organization stated.
Thursday, December 20th — 7:30-10:00pm PST
Lecture and Winter Solstice Masterclass with Dr. Levry
Friday, December 21st from 7:00PM (through Saturday, December 22nd at 9:00AM): Naamathon
More information visit: http://www.indiegogo.com/naamyoga