Train your mind to be more calm and focused. Meditation training to strengthen mindfulness, attention, and self-awareness.
Develop skills to strengthen appreciation, kindness, and compassion through building connection skills.
Learn how your sense of self shapes your emotions and reactions, and practice self-inquiry to decrease stress and emotional reactivity.
Strengthen your values and principles and learn simple skills to apply them in everyday life.
Active and Seated Practices
Choose the style of practice that works for you, with both sitting meditations and active practices from 5-30 minutes in length.
Taught by some of the world's leading scientists and meditation teachers, our lessons provide insights on the science of training the mind.
Healthy Minds Report
Measure your current level of well-being and watch how it changes over time as you train your mind.
Dr. Richard Davidson
Dr. Richard Davidson is a world-renowned neuroscientist and the Founder of the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin—Madison and its affiliated non-profit, Healthy Minds Innovations. His research explores the science of human emotion, contemplative practice, and qualities of mind that are believed to affect well-being.
Dr. Cortland Dahl
Dr. Cortland Dahl is the creator of the Healthy Minds program. A lifelong meditator, Cort is a scientist, a translator, and the co-founder of a worldwide network of meditation centers. He has published numerous books and scientific articles, and has taught meditation around the world for more than 15 years.
Learn about the science from leading experts
Build a daily habit through guided practice
Measure your well-being and track progress
I like the practice and the teaching very much! I appreciate that I can do active practice, which is what I need in my busy day to day life. I also like that I can set the number of minutes per practice.
[The program] helped me stay grounded about how I need to tend to my mental health on a daily basis, just like my physical health.
The best part for me was when I noticed meditation practice showing up in my daily life without a conscious effort – so rather than scheduling time to do this, it just occurred to me that it was the right thing to do and then experience validated that.