How Muse Helps A Soccer Star Soar

Soccer star Stephanie Labbe

Every second counts when you’re a soccer goalkeeper like Stephanie Labbé, known for her ability to perform in high-pressure situations. Most recently seen in the 2015 FIFA Women’s World cup and the Pan Am games as a member of the Canadian Women’s National Team, Labbé relies on Muse to help her stay focused during each game and progress afterward. Read more

Muse Headband Reviews: What People Are Saying

Woman Meditating With Muse: Headband Reviews

Muse, the revolutionary brain-sensing headband, is the world’s first consumer EEG device that measures and lets you hear whether your mind is calm or active as you meditate. While other apps offer recorded meditations, Muse is the only guided meditation tool that provides real-time feedback, challenges and progress tracking, helping you build a regular and effective practice. It’s also being used for research and clinical applications at over 100 health and science centres such as the Mayo Clinic and Harvard University. So it’s no surprise that positive Muse reviews are appearing in high-profile publications such as The New York TimesMen’s Health, Prevention magazine and more. Here’s a sampling of those reviews, as well as feedback from satisfied users who are transforming their lives and meditation practice with Muse. Read more

Can Meditation Make Sex Better? Oh Yes!

Blissful news: You don’t have to shell out big money for fancy hotels, sexy La Perla lingerie or expensive sex toys to have a great sex life. Nor do you need to have a perfect body. It turns out that what’s happening in your mind can have a delightful impact on your pleasure centres. Here are five ways that meditation and focused-attention training can make you a better lover.

5 Ways To Tame Anxiety With Meditation

Banish anxiety and achieve a Zen state with meditation

Money worries, a big presentation at work, hosting a social event—all of these things can trigger stress and anxiety symptoms such as uneasiness, heart palpitations, nausea or sleeplessness. While persistent symptoms may signal an anxiety disorder that requires medical treatment—always talk to your doctor—combatting day-to-day anxiety can be as simple as taking a time-out for meditation. In fact, a 2014 review of 47 clinical trials by John Hopkins University determined that mindfulness meditation offered relief from many anxiety and depression symptoms. No surprise, then, that high-profile CEOs and celebrities like Arianna Huffington, Oprah Winfrey and Hugh Jackman use meditation to boost their calm. Here’s how to do the same when you feel anxiety rising. Read more