FREE MINDFULNESS APPS
Basic subscription is free.
Home to more than 1,600,000 meditators, Insight Timer is rated as the top free meditation app on the Android and iOS stores
THE MINDFULNESS APP
This app is especially suitable for young people.
Download the app and then search “mindfulness meditation” to access hundreds of free guided mindfulness meditations.
The Ultimate Meditation Experience: Try it Now for Free and Get 25 Tracks. Omvana gives you hundreds of world class meditation tracks for Focus, Peace and Sleep.
Real, live, in-person Mindfulness Courses for beginners offered throughout New Zealand
Learn how to practice mindfulness and meditation with an Introduction to Mindfulness and Meditation 4 week course with Mindfulness Works
- Only $125
- Includes four classes
- Includes 45 page guidebook
- Includes 12 month premium subscription to the Wildflowers Mindfulness app
- Includes downloadable guided mindfulness meditations for you to keep
- All courses come with a money back guarantee
Mindfulness Works is New Zealand’s largest mindfulness education and training organisation. Every month over 500 people complete our exclusive Introduction to Mindfulness & Meditation 4 week course.
Mindfulness is a practical and simple practice of being present, relaxation and self-awareness.
Over time and with regular practice, many people find that mindfulness can assist them to experience less stress, anxiety and depression and greater degrees of self-acceptance. You still experience difficult thoughts and feelings, but you have a greater capacity to be with them, rather than be trapped by them.
Sitting mindfulness practice triggers a relaxation response causing your blood pressure to drop, your breathing to slow and deepen and you relax. As you regularly practice mindfulness, your brain gets ‘rewired’ as new neural pathways are formed, making it easier to experience this relaxation.
With the increased self-awareness that occurs with long-term mindfulness practice, people are able to make decisions that are better for them, rather than reactive decisions based on anger, fear or stress. You don’t feel so threatened and have more capacity to respond to a situation, rather than just react.
Many people also discover with regular mindfulness practice and over time that they have a greater capacity for self-acceptance, self-love and a natural sense of OKness – even with challenges such as relationship, financial, work or family difficulties.
The Introduction to Mindfulness and Meditation course has been designed to give you a tacit experience of mindfulness and to assist you in developing the habit of a regular practice. It is designed for you to experience the benefits of mindfulness for yourself, rather than just learn about them.
Experience less stress, anxiety and depression
Improve sleeping patterns
Feel more self-acceptance and self-love
Reduce reactivity and increase emotional intelligence
Experience more joy
“Mental Health Foundation mental health promoter Grant Rix says mindfulness has been shown to benefit our brains to such an extent that we can feel calmer, more aware, have an increased ability to focus and concentrate, remember things better and feel happier.”
“Thank goodness I came across Mindfulness Works. I have learnt so much in a year and am the happiest, authentic and most content that I have ever been. By learning acceptance without judgement has been an eye opener for me. I’m continuing my journey of self- compassion and feel excited and hopeful for my future. But am grateful of the now and who I am today…” – Rebecca Young
- See how mindfulness affects your heart rate over time. The Wildflowers App uses your device camera to track and record your heart rate. You can see how this is affected by your mindfulness practice over time.
- Learn and practice mindfulness anytime and anywhere. Use the in-built mindfulness course in the app to continue to practice and learn mindfulness at your own pace and in your own time.
- Get support for your practice. Get tailor-made recommendations for the best guided meditations (included) for you based on your current mood.
- Stay interested. Play fun, innovative and creative mindfulness-based games to encourage practice and learning.