Enjoy 500+ Guided Meditations:
Meditation Like You’ve Never Imagined.
Muse 2 is a multi-sensor meditation device that provides real-time feedback on your brain activity, heart rate, breathing, and body movements to help you build a consistent meditation practice.
How Does It Work? >
Real-time brainwave feedback (EEG) teaches you the art of focus.
Tune into your heart rate to optimize performance.
Discover how your meditation posture can bring you physical relaxation.
Learn how to use your breath to find calm and fight stress.
"With our patients and clients who struggle with sleep, learning how to relax, meditate, and "turn off" their brains is essential. I have utilized Muse for years to empower individuals to take control of their ability to relax and take their meditation to a new level."
W. Christopher Winter, MD, D-ABSM, D-ABIM (sleep), D-ABPN (neurology), F-AASM
Sleep Specialist/Neurologist & Author of The Rested Child and The Sleep Solution
"I’ve come to realize that meditation is one of the greatest investments that I have been able to pour into myself, and using the Muse products is helping me to level up in my journey of discovering inner peace and my “whoosah”. The real-time feedback let's me know when I’m in the zone and has helped me level up my meditation practice. Taking a second to pause and ground myself daily helps in showing up as the best version of myself on and off the court."
Monique Billings, WNBA Athlete
American professional basketball player for the Atlanta Dream of the WNBA
Listen & Explore
Muse translates your brain activity into the sounds of weather.
Do you want to be the gentle rain in a tropical rainforest? Or maybe you'd prefer to be ocean waves lapping at a sandy beach?
Explore Muse's immersive soundscapes by selecting a soundscape then clicking on Calm, Neutral, and Active below.
Deep restful focus on your breath. These are moments when you've been fully focused on your breath.
Your mind in it's natural resting state. Attention isn't fluctuating, but there is also no deep focus present.
Wandering attention. This is time spent with a distracted mind where attention was fluctuating.
Meditation Made Easy
Stop guessing if you are doing it right. Use real-time feedback to guide you and keep you motivated during your meditation practice.
Find Calm & Stay Focused
Research has shown that meditation helps people stress less and focus more.
Track & Measure Your Progress
Review your data, set goals and build a rewarding meditation practice.