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12.26.23

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“A LIFE-CHANGING DAILY PRACTICE.” Join us this January for the Nervous System Reset we all need. We’ve partnered with the Open App for 31 days of simple, science-backed breathwork and meditation to start your year right. We’re talking 6 to 15 minutes a day – and it’s free!

Enlist a friend, send this to your stressiest family member or simply crack open a new journal as we start the year more grounded, calm and resilient than ever before. Develop the foundation for a healthy mind and body while discovering breathwork and meditation techniques to regulate and rewire your nervous system. A 31-day reset is the perfect way to make space for what’s next.

Develop Life-Changing Habits In 2024

According to Dr. Andrew Huberman (Stanford 2023), just five minutes of breathwork outperformed meditation for improving mood and autonomic regulation and lowering stress.

We’re big believers in breathwork and meditation alike, but, as with most wellness practices, the challenge is creating daily rituals that stick.
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Thankfully, we’ve seen a pivot happening in wellness lately—despite the phenomenon that is Ozempic-mania. There’s a movement from a radical focus on metabolism to an interest in nervous system health. Ultimately, the two health interests go hand in hand as our stress resilience and daily mood affect our overall health. The shift couldn’t be more timely and we’re thrilled to partner with Open for their Nervous System Reset to help more of us discover—or simply make a habit of—breathwork and meditation.

“No matter what you eat, how much you exercise, how skinny or young or strong you are, none of it matters if you’re not breathing properly.” – James Nestor, Author and Breathwork Expert

About Open

The Open Method combines contemplative practice, nervous system regulation, and mindful fitness to master body and mind. Known for their incredible community and making the ancient wisdom and modern science of mindfulness feel approachable, we’ve noticed a groundswell of interest for the studio here in LA amongst our community. From the weight of world events to post-burnout WFH culture, tuning into—and learning to support—our nervous system has never been more important.

The Nervous System Reset

In this 31 day challenge, you’ll learn science-based breathwork and meditation techniques designed to support a more regulated nervous system. Each daily practice blends breathwork and meditation techniques curated by experts in neuroscience, fitness, and mindfulness.

how it works: 31 daily practices on the Open app are broken down into 4 weeks. You’ll learn science-based mindfulness techniques for 6 to 15 minutes a day across the modalities of meditation, breathwork, and sound. Each class is part theory and part practice — designed to teach you how to keep your nervous system healthy and cultivate habits that contribute to overall well-being.

+ Week 1 – Reset
Restore balance and optimize your relationship to stress. 

+ Week 2 – Regulate
Build resilience in the face of challenges.

+ Week 3 – Rewire
Create new neural pathways to adapt, learn, and recover quicker.

+ Week 4 – Expand
Go beyond limiting beliefs and realize your potential.
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How To Join the Free Challenge

The Open app accommodates all levels, including beginners. The practices evolve with you, ensuring that whether you’re new to meditation or an experienced practitioner, you’ll find value in the Nervous System Reset and beyond.

Open is a mindfulness app for everyone. Download the Open app and sign up for the Nervous System Reset and you’ll also get full access to the Open app now through January 31!
open app code offerThis story is brought to you in partnership with Open. From time to time, TCM editors choose to partner with brands we believe in to bring our readers special offers. All material on The Chalkboard Mag is provided for educational purposes only. Always seek the advice of your physician or another qualified healthcare provider for any questions you have regarding a medical condition, and before undertaking any diet, exercise or other health-related programs.

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