Tune in. Breathe. Let the journey begin to reconnect with your inner state of calm.

Be kind to your mind and body. Take a few quiet moments each day to slow down, breathe and check-in with yourself.  With all the distractions, stress and noise of the modern world, it is becoming ever increasingly hard these days to feel a sense of calm, peace and serene within unless we make a mindful choice to create calm habits within our daily life.

Our meditations are nourishment for the mind, body and spirit; inviting you to slow down, discover and connect with a deeper meaning of the world around you. Every Sunday a new meditation is released where there are plenty of tracks to help you find your happy from meditations, sleep stories, mindful exercises and soundscapes.

Winter Mood: A Meditative Sleep Soundscape

Winter Mood: A Meditative Sleep Soundscape

Fall into a deep and nourishing sleep to the sounds of a winter storm outside coupled with some relaxation meditation music. Snuggle down deep into your bed and allow yourself to gently drift off to a nourishing night's sleep.  

Restore your mind, body and soul and invite yourself to relax as you listen to the sounds of a winter storm combined with relaxation music.

Snuggled deep in your bed, feeling warm and cosy, as you listen to the chilly storm outside contributes to a deep feeling of warmth and comfort, both physically and emotionally - making it the perfect soundscape to stimulate deep relaxation and drift off to sleep.

The sounds of a winter storm outside as darkness falls signals to your body that it is time to rest, restore and sleep.  

The acoustic sounds of the wild outdoor elements of nature create a comforting “wall of sound” that covers up undesirable, sporadic sounds like traffic going past your house or the footsteps of your neighbours in the apartment above you.

The internal warmth generated as you snuggle deep under the covers listening to the whistling sounds of the winter winds as you escape the coldness will naturally encourage your body to relax. This wall of sound also helps the brain to rest by cutting off its auditory stimuli, allowing it to take a break from processing and interpreting the sounds around you.