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The app “Inner Citadel” is available on the iTunes App Store and features a program thats gets users into the habit of daily focused relaxation in just a few minutes a day.
de Jardine said, “The holiday season is over and as workers return to their jobs, they need to think about their stress levels. Too often, workers find themselves tired and burnt out before the first quarter ends. One of the best ways to manage and reduce stress is through daily focused relaxation”.
“There are already dozens of relaxation apps, and most of them quite honestly are too complicated and uninspiring. Users have to get through the hurdles of too many options, levels and settings. What makes Inner Citadel stand out is its simplicity, focus on habit formation and continuous improvement. It is suitable for users of all levels”.
de Jardine says that he got frustrated with all the unnecessary complexity in many other relaxation apps. He wanted an executive focused app to help manage his own stress levels. Something to just “open and go” and then to want to do it again, so he created Inner Citadel.
The app is easy to use, with users selecting a relaxation soundtrack, setting a duration and tapping play. After each session they provide one tap feedback on how it went. The app automatically reminds the user to relax, helping the creation of a new relaxation habit. Users can then view their results from each session and improve through the guide within the app.
The “Inner Citadel” app, marketed by de Jardines TUTO company, is free to download and use with one soundtrack for sessions of up to 20 minutes, and then for just $2.99 access the full program.
The App includes:
* 10 relaxation soundtracks
* Weekly / Monthly Progress graphs
* ‘Nirvana Score’ a metric to record the quality of each relaxation session.
* A reminder system, set by the user, to create a relaxation habit