Popular meditation app is offering free membership during Corona crisis

Simple Habit is giving away premium access to all people who are impacted by the pandemic.

Simple Habit is one of the best-known meditation applications available, offering situation tailored resources created by leading experts in the field.

Seeing the anxiety that COVID-19 has caused in our communities, CEO and founder, Yunha Kim, felt that her company's unique skillset could offer relief in this trying time.

A file photo of a woman undertaking meditation practice.


"We recognise that many people are now being required to stay home, resulting in loss of income and financial uncertainty," Yunha said in a statement.

"We’re committed to our mission of helping people live better lives and we recognize that now more than ever, we have an opportunity to serve."

Simple Habit's Coronavirus public relief effort has two arms. The first is specially created Coronavirus mediation content, made specifically to relieve the stress that this unprecedented situation can cause.

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From the isolation, to the financial impacts, to the literal physical danger - people are facing new and unexpected anxieties. Topics available include Self-Care, Easing Fear, Mindful Communication with Family, Mindfulness for Kids at Home, and Guided Yoga.

The second part of Simple Habit's public outreach is free premium membership to anyone affected financially by the virus.

CEO, Yunha Kim said: "We’ll offer free Simple Habit premium memberships to all people who are financially impacted by this difficult time and can no longer afford to pay. If you’re struggling or in need, we’ll take care of you."

The CEO of the meditation app are reaching out to people in times of need.


Simply contact them here and Simple Habit will provide you with premium access until the end of April. 

The company is also supporting their employees financially during the pandemic crisis. Most meditation and yoga experts rely on classes, retreats and in-person sessions for income, so isolation and social distancing hits their professions extremely hard. Simple Habit is committed to supporting the professionals that make their fantastic content. 

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