Mindshine app draws attention to Stress Awareness Month with a free anti-stress coaching plan for everyone

Mindshine App is a holistic mental health coach with over 200 audio-guided exercises developed by psychologists

Stephan Hauner is co-founder and managing director of Mindshine GmbH

Stephan Hauner is co-founder and managing director of Mindshine GmbH

The Mindshine app offers shorter, focused mental health coaching plans, making mental health goals achievable

The Mindshine app offers shorter, focused mental health coaching plans, making mental health goals achievable

The Mindshine app’s anti-stress coaching plan gives users the tools to manage the symptoms of stress being felt right now

We want to make anti-stress coaching more accessible to people. By giving all users access to the anti-stress coaching plan, we hope to help them overcome their stress and live a happier life”

— Stephan Hauner, co-founder of Mindshine

MUNICH, GERMANY, March 31, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — April is International Stress Awareness Month, and mental health coaching app Mindshine is making its anti-stress coaching plan free for everyone around the world. world in April.

According to the American Institute of Stress, more than 70% of Americans experience stress at a level that affects their physical and mental health. Forty-eight percent of people even have trouble sleeping. Unfortunately, for many Americans, the feeling of stress is getting worse and worse.

In the Mindshine app, users will find coaching plans on everything from relationships to productivity to confidence that will help them achieve their long-term mental health goals.

The De-stress coaching plan, made free in April, gives users the tools to deal with the symptoms of stress they are feeling right now. The coaching plan includes techniques that engage your parasympathetic nervous system, get you out of fight, flight, or freeze, and help relax your mind and body, leaving you feeling less stressed almost immediately.

“At Mindshine, we understand that stress is a serious mental health issue and we want to make Stress Coaching more accessible to people. By giving all users access to the Stress Coaching Plan, we hope help them overcome their stress and live a happier life,” says Stephan Hauner, co-founder of Mindshine.

To access the De-stress coaching plan, users can download the app and sign up for a free or pro subscription. Either way, the coaching plan will be free for everyone starting April 1.

Users will have access to the De-stress coaching plan and other free exercises to help them work on their mental health and wellbeing with over 20 mental conditioning routines to help them become happier every day.

About Mindshine Subscriptions
Mindshine currently offers two subscription tiers, Free with a 14 day trial and Pro. Free users can access a limited selection of routines, exercises, and meditations. A Mindshine Pro account gives you access to 24 other coaching plans to help you work on all aspects of your mental health and well-being, from motivation and confidence to mindfulness, relationships, productivity and self-compassion. Download the Mindshine app from App Store and Google Play. Learn more about the Mindshine app at https://www.mindshine.app/ and visit the Mindshine YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTCgAOvsua1j5r29epg24MQ.

About Mindshine GmbH
The Mindshine app is a guided holistic mental health coach that helps users live happier lives. With over 250 science-based audio-guided exercises, routines and meditations developed by psychologists to help you change the way you think, feel and act, opening you up to increased levels of well-being and satisfaction. Mindshine’s vision is to make the world happier, one mind at a time.

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