Your personal breathing coach
Controlling your breath helps reconnect the mind with the body. Lower your stress levels and start relaxing with simple breathing exercises, led by a tool that fits in your palm.
How to use your moonbird
1. Use moonbird without your phone, or select an exercise in the app.
2. Just hold moonbird in your hand and place your thumb on its sensor.
3. You will feel moonbird physically expand in your hand. Breathe in, as it expands.
4. Moonbird will contract and become smaller. Breathe out, as it contracts.
5. Allow moonbird to guide your breathing for the duration of your exercise.
6. Check the app to see how your body has responded.
Real time biofeedback
The app shows you how your body responds to each breath you take
Why not just use an app for this?
My physiotherapist recommended breathing exercises with an app, but it never really resonated with me. With moonbird I immediately found it easier now that I can feel it in my hand. The device in my hand helps me to focus, with an app I was more distracted.
Practicing breathing isn't always easy. Self-guided exercises require focus, patience and commitment. Count on moonbird for clear guidance, constant support and feeling good.
Science agrees with us that you can focus on your breathing more easily with something tangible in your hand. Hold your moonbird and simply feel it breathe in and out.
Am I doing this right? Am I making progress? The app shows your heart rate, HRV and synchronicity, so you know exactly what the effects of your exercise are on your body.
Catch your breath. Just before an important presentation. On the subway. In bed. Take your moonbird with you wherever you go. You decide when to take a break.
Driven by science
Co-created with end-users
The scientific rationale behind moonbird may not be new, but we strongly believe that new technology needs to be validated and evidence-based. That’s why we partner up with clinicians, users, and healthcare and research institutions to evaluate our device. Moonbird is co-created and tested with doctors, psychologists, coaches, therapists, pharmacists, academics, and our end-users. That way we aim to provide highly personalised support while adequately addressing user needs.
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