At Healthy Minds Innovations we wake up every day pursuing the vision of a kinder, wiser, more compassionate world.
Here’s How It Works
We take the best of learnings from neuroscience, contemplative traditions, and skill-based learning and put it in easy-to-use packages to support the well-being of everyone. You can do this for yourself, or you can bring it to your office.
Whichever the form, everything starts with our proprietary framework of the four pillars of a healthy mind: Awareness, Connection, Insight, and Purpose.
Be more calm and focused by practicing mindfulness & strengthening attention.
Learn simple skills to build healthy relationships & foster caring interactions with others.
Increase the skill of self-inquiry to see how our thoughts, emotions, and beliefs shape our experience.
Clarify and deepen your personal values and principles to bring depth to relationships & meaning to your pursuits.
Our Well-Being Tools
Healthy Minds Program App
The original. Developed by scientists, tenured tech alumni, and expert trainers, a series of podcast-style lessons teach you about the brain while seated or active practices give you runway to learn.
Learning & Practice Opportunities
Healthy Minds Innovations offers a wide range of opportunities for you to deepen your practice with our experts in the fields of neuroscience, meditation and skill building. Sign up for our regularly offered coaching sessions, or rotating calendar of events that support learning and practice with the Healthy Minds Framework for Well-Being.
Healthy Minds @Work®
Our framework is expanded to encompass the unique challenges of workplace culture. Healthy Minds @Work translates our decades of research into professional development tools (workplace well-being assessments, webinars, employee challenges, and back-end reporting) intended to support a culture of collaboration, compassion, focus, and resilience.
A curriculum for preschool educators to teach kindness and compassion in schools just like math and reading, now freely available to everyone. The Kindness Curriculum was developed by our affiliated research organization, the Center for Healthy Minds at University of Wisconsin-Madison, guided by their mission to cultivate well-being and relieve suffering through a scientific understanding of the mind.