#Appturday: Try These 3 Zen iOS Apps Just In Time For World Yoga Day
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Can you believe it’s been 6 months since the beginning of 2017? It feels like just yesterday when we were making resolutions galore — where did the time fly, right?
While I may have gotten a head start on my resolution to start working out, I still struggle with managing my stress levels, something I’m sure a lot of us do too.
Since World Yoga Day is on the horizon and we all know that practising this ancient Indian art is the easiest way to get rid of tension, why not explore a few apps that’ll help you get the job done?
If you feel like you don’t need an app to remind you to breathe then bae, your stress levels and I totally disagree. Yes, I know, you’re breathing at this very moment, while you’re reading this and probably rolling your eyes! But I bet you didn’t know that there is a technique to breathe incorrectly.
What’s awesome is the Breathe app guides you through a series of deep breaths, and it will also remind you to take time to breathe every day. Choose how long you want to breathe, then let the animation and gentle taps help you focus.
Download the Breathe app here!
YogaGlo – Yoga and Meditation classes
Who would’ve thought that you could access more than 3,800 yoga classes in a variety of styles, duration, and difficulty levels, all through one app?
If you’re the kind of person who gets bored easily and needs to change things up ever so often, then you’ll be spoilt for choice with YogaGlo’s extensive library.
The best part is you can download yoga classes to be viewed offline so you can happily practise by the beach, or even when you travel and don’t have access to WiFi!
Download the YogaGlo app here!
The Mindfulness App: Meditation For Everyone
Ever feel overwhelmed AF? If you’re one of those hassled and harrowed folks who need to chill out, then you should let me introduce you to the Mindfulness app. Claiming to provide meditation for everyone, the Mindfulness app gets you started on the path towards being zen with a 5-day course, which includes mindfulness and guided meditation practice.
Download the mindfulness app here!
Since World Yoga Day is on the June 21, you have MORE than enough time to download these sensational apps and give them a spin. Tell me what you think about them in the comments below or hit me up at firstname.lastname@example.org!