Breathe Sync at the Do Lectures

Breathe Sync

Learn to adjust your breath to match the rhythm of your heartbeat with the Breathe Sync app and feel more relaxed, focused and balanced.

The breath and heartbeat are directly connected to your wellness and stress levels. By taking a few minutes each day with Breathe Sync, you can measure your well-being and stay in control.

Download now

How it works

How it works How it works

How it works

Monitoring your pulse through your finger over the camera lens, Breathe Sync works out the optimum breath cycle to match the rhythm of your heart.

This 'biofeedback' has an ongoing beneficial effect on your nervous system, which controls your stress and relaxation responses.

How it works

Keeping your finger on the camera and flash, breathe in and out as guided by the pulsing circles. You can do it anywhere.

Breathe from your belly through your nose for 1-5 minutes, once or twice a day for the best effects.

How it works
How it works How it works

You can follow your progress through a 'WQ' score, similar to an IQ, but for wellness instead of intelligence.

Based on a measurement of your Heart Rate Variability (HRV), an average score of 100 is the goal. Lower indicates more stress, and higher shows a heightened level of relaxation and focus - ideal for performing at your best, or simply for winding down.

Is it for me?

It doesn't matter if you're stressed, nervous or an active person that needs to take some time out, Breathe Sync works in a balancing, responsive way that can quickly prepare you for any situation that requires focus, coherence or calmness.


You can download Breathe Sync from the App Store for £0.69.
*Special Promotional Price ends Monday 22nd September 2014*

Download now

Stay up to date

Join the Stillworks mailing list for Breathe Sync and other wellness news.

Legal disclaimer (click anywhere to close):

While Breathe Sync can improve health, it is not meant as a substitute for professional medical advice. The words and other content on this app and site, and in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice.