Apps for well being are a great way to focus on yourself and take time out from the bustle of life.
Here are 5 awesome wellbeing apps to help you stay healthy and fit.
Meditation and living mindfully are the key focuses from Headspace.
This app has themed sessions on everything from stress, sleep, focus and anxiety.
It gives guided meditation sessions and suggests exercises for when your mind is well and truly frazzled!
When squeezing in a workout is tricky, P.volve helps you fit it in based on how much time you can commit, which part of your body you want to focus on, and what equipment you have to hand.
You also get workout reminders sent to you so you don’t forget to stay active.
Beeja is a meditation based on Vedic principle. It’s popular with A-listers like Kate Winslet and influencers like Jasmine Hemsely.
Will Williams is one of Europe's leading Beeja meditation teachers and has helped over 3,000 people beat stress and enjoy greater health and wellbeing through this transformative yet simple practice.
The app helps you to reset your body through meditation techniques, and claims to take you into deeper relaxation than even your deepest sleep.
Fit covers all your exercise goals in one place – from HIIT, combat, strength training, yoga, pilates, breathwork. You can find more than 100 workouts in three training studios – with the option of Fiit Premium for those who want even more.
Choose from a number of world-class yoga teachers to follow programmes from beginning, throughout to intermediate and advanced. Practice at a time that suits you, from a wide variety of yoga styles.
More and more apps all the time just overwhelms me. I just stick with the original and best - 7 minute workout. it's all you need, people!
Isn't P Volve the programme which Victoria's Secrets models use? That being true, I would be keen to try it and get a figure like theirs!
the idea of a tailored workout to fit time, what is being exercised and what is available is so great you wonder why no-one thought of it before. Definitely off to download that one.
Will Williams also has a free meditation app timer. Not sure if this is the same one referred to above, but it's quite useful so thought I'd recommend it.
Thanks for these, have just looked at Alo Moves and it looks great, especially with a free 14 day trial.
I definitely give my vote to Headspace. I use it everyday since I purchased it in the New Year and its been amazingly helpful for my mental health.