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To celebrate the launch of new meditation app Anamaya, we're offering two lucky AOL Travel readers the chance to win the app along with a set of luxury Bang & Olufsen earphones.
The Anamaya mobile application has been carefully developed by mind and body specialist and Anamaya wellness centre co-founder, Graham Doke, alongside seven-year Apple veteran, Jonathan Koch. The unique partnership has created a serene meditation course, founded on rigorous medical research and extensive clinical experience at the centre. The app offers advanced meditation techniques that have been proven to change the physical structure of the brain, and, in turn, people's thoughts and emotions. It's the ideal travel companion to put you fully in the zone during your holiday.
With more than 11 million working days lost to stress, depression and anxiety in the last year alone, today's increasingly demanding society means work-life balance is often compromised and health, finance and work issues can push many people to breaking point. Professional meditation programmes can help you discover your inner peace, mastering feelings of anger, pain and helping to manage any unwanted emotions that can be detrimental to your wellbeing.
The app features more than 350 meditations, founded on 20 years of rigorous scientific research and psychology, exploring 11 different focus areas including worry, anxiety, stress, pain, sports and pregnancy – designed not just to relax but to heal.
This unique prize will allow you to take full advantage of your time spent on board during your next long-haul flight or lengthy business trip, allowing you to concentrate on your own physical and mental wellbeing and introducing you to the world of meditation.
Visit anamaya.co for more information or download the app for free now via the iTunes store.
For your chance to win one of two Bang & Olufsen Play Earphones* and the Anamaya app with all meditations, submit your details in the form below before 2 December 2014.
* colour subject to availability