We all sleep different and so Rise learns how you sleep. Every morning, you tell us how well you slept and Rise will use the data about your sleep to understand which techniques work best for you.
Great research underpins the Rise experience. The techniques we use have all been featured in academic papers and have been shown to be beneficial to sleep.
At Rise we don’t believe that one technique will help everyone so we learn how you sleep and recommend the technique that has the biggest impact on you. Our techniques include:
Cultivates awareness of the present moment and the ability to respond to stimuli without judgement in order to enhance resilience.
Guides people to develop a more healthy relationship to cope with difficult situations, thoughts and feelings which help create conditions for better quality of life overall.
Guides to stretch and relax successive areas of the body in order to reduce physical tension and interrupt racing thoughts.
Enhances the sense of relaxation by imagining a pleasant scene.
Our Kids' Calm Guides use techniques to help your kids unwind, relax and sleep better. Jane Bozier taps into the imagination to help your kids relax.
Short Relaxation Boosters are short sessions which include guided imagery and muscle relaxation exercises to help you chill.
Cognitive behavioural therapy aimed at helping people who suffer from insomnia to identify behaviours that cause or worsen their sleep problems and replace them with sleep-promoting habits.
Relaxation Music is a technique which uses the power of music to help you relax, unwind and take time for yourself.
We partner with world class experts in sleep to bring our users the best techniques delivered by the best people. Our experts include:
Martin has taught meditation internationally for over 20 years, he is co-director of the Mindfulness Training Institute and an advisory board member of the International Mindfulness Teachers Association.
Jane is a Mental Health Nurse, holds an MSc in Mindfulness Based Approaches and is passionate about mental wellbeing.
Danielle is an experienced clinical psychologist specialising in the treatment of stress, anxiety and sleep problems. She is a BABCP-accredited therapist and worked for the NHS.
Dr. Hugh Selsick is a consultant in sleep medicine and psychiatry at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine.
Pianist and composer for artists and media brands. A song is like a time-stamp of emotion; it gives wings to the mind.
Rise is made by the team behind Peak – Brain Training, the award winning app that challenges your brain with fun games and workouts.