When does the free 7-day Sleep Challenge begin and how do I access it?

Thanks for signing up for our 7-Day Sleep Challenge! The Challenge begins as soon as you’re ready to start and is accessible via our app (iOS and Android). Every evening you will receive a short guided video practice by Cory followed by a new guided audio meditation.

Click here to register for the Challenge and download the app.

Can you help me login to the app?

Here are the instructions on how to login to the app. Be sure that you use the same email address that you signed up with.

  1. Open the app.

  2. Tap on "Login".

  3. Enter the email address that you used to sign up.

  4. A magic link will be sent to your email that will automatically open the app and log you in. Or alternatively, you can also enter the verification code that was included in the email directly on the app.

You can always request another magic login link if required.

I've downloaded the app, how do I join the Challenge?

On the app homepage ("For You" page), simply scroll down and look for the section “Current challenge":

Note: If you don’t see this promotional window for the Challenge, please ensure you're running the latest version of the app (which you can update via the App Store or Google Play Store).

Is this offering free?

We believe everyone has the right to access mindfulness tools and teachings to build resilience, compassion, and freedom.

When you download the app, while there's the option to trial Mindfulness Plus, the free version of the app contains so many supportive audios and videos, that it can be enjoyed without needing to trial or upgrade to the full experience. The 7-day Sleep Challenge is entirely free for 7 days, after this time, the challenge can only be re-accessed with a Mindfulness Plus subscription.

If you choose not to upgrade to a Mindfulness Plus subscription, there is a range of free content available in our Library for you to try out. This includes a range of meditations and talks across the library, including the entire collection, “Calm in Crisis”. These valuable mindfulness resources will be forever free.

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