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Moov gets into mindfulness with launch of ‘Sanity & Self’ app for women
This is us! We're staying home for the day. We refuse to leave our bed. This is our space. Our shelter. Today, this is the whole universe! And it's okay.
Moov , the wearable maker best known for its line of fitness trackers with their accompanying digital coaches, is today branching off into mindfulness. Women — and especially mothers — often find themselves stressed, tired and with little or no time to themselves. In fact, moms have as little as 17 minutes a day to themselves. Then there are the general stressors associated with our always-on culture. Mindfulness apps have more recently stepped in to help address the problems that, ironically, technology helped to create. However, once you bypass the bot and you should , the app itself has a variety of sessions from which to choose. There are also sessions related to massage and beauty, which is unusual for a mindfulness app, but features its female audience may like; as well as a section with audio cues for fitness training.
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