At the gym you pump iron. Here you shed the weight of the world.


Whether you’ve practiced it for twenty minutes or twenty years, meditation has a positive effect on your well-being. And that’s not just conjecture – mindfulness actually strengthens the part of your brain that deals with anxiety and stress.

You have probably meditated before and not even realized it. Like when you listened to a song and just “zoned out” into the music. Or went for a run in the park and focused only on your next stride and the wind whipping around you. In these moments, your mind and body were synced up – both living in the present.

Like any skill (and meditation is a skill), it takes practice. Think of Current like a gym you’ll never sweat at. Once you’ve relaxed yourself into a state of heightened awareness, you might start to notice some amazing things happening.

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Reduced Stress and Anxiety

Learning to accept thoughts like anxiety and worry as creations of our own brains helps us to see reality as it truly is.

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Decrease in physical pain

Numerous studies have shown that meditation may be the ultimate painkiller. Meditation stimulates areas of the brain linked to emotional regulation and focus, which are more powerful than the part of the brain that transmits pain.

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Increased social engagement

Feeding our brain generous helpings of positivity makes us feel more connected to others and more empathetic towards them. In particular, mindfulness meditation can help us feel more tuned in to our friends and significant others... and vice versa.

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Improved focus and memory

Is your "monkey mind" driving you bananas? Meditation can help you focus by increasing bloodflow to the cerebral cortex, the area of the brain responsible for a healthy attention span and information retention. You may never lose your keys again!

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Boost in creativity

Mindfullness meditation helps us filter out the noise and tune into the creative areas of our brains. With practice, you may see improvement in your ability to express yourself and solve problems. You may see more Instagram likes, too.

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A better night’s sleep

Some nights, it's not the neighbor's dog that keeps us up but our brains. By using a mixture of mindfulness and breathing techniques, meditation can help you filter out those noisy thoughts so you can enter a deeper, more restful state of sleep.

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The more you do it, the more you feel it

Like any skill (and meditation is a skill), it takes practice. Think of Current like a gym you'll never sweat at. Once you've relaxed yourself into a state of heightened awareness, you might start to notice some amazing things happening. But first you have to give it a chance. We offer six different classes to help you get started.

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