Whil mindfulness and meditation training is available to professionals through their employer, educator, or other organization. It is not currently available direct to individuals. This goal-based digital training system is focused on helping adults and teens to be healthier, happier, and more engaged through programs for stress resilience, wellbeing and high performance.
With 12 training areas, 250+ programs and 1,500+ microlearning sessions, Whil offers the largest training library for mental, emotional and physical wellbeing. Whil is used in more than 100 countries to help adults and teens learn instant and repeatable techniques to calm and focus the mind and relax the central nervous system in as little as 5 minutes a day. We feature over 25 of the top MDs, PhDs and certified trainers in the world. Content available to members will be determined by their organization’s subscriptions.
In over 100,000 surveys, 93% of users report that “Whil helped me meet my goals.”
Sign up with your employer, educator, or organization and sign-into the app to begin your journey to being healthier, happier, and more engaged.
- A help link has been added to most screens, giving you easier access to Whil Support
- Daily Tips have been redesigned
- Various bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Can’t even log in; super frustrating
For something that is supposed to promote mindfulness and which I was hoping to use to help with relaxation, this app is currently doing the exact opposite. All I have received is a feeling of frustration while trying to login; I am less at peace than I was before I downloaded this currently useless app.
I have to log in via a third party and I have tried logging in via their little search function, which opens a safari window and shows I am able to link my third party app with whil but if I wanted to do this in safari I wouldn’t have bothered to download the app. I tried opening from my third party app, but that only opens it and it still asks you to search to link things (which, surprise!...opens safari). Somewhere in the help it says you can use your third party login information to log into whil directly. Well I tried that via the app and it didn’t work.
I really like it. My employer rolled this out about 2 months ago and I am quite satisfied. I use it almost nightly to help me fall asleep. (Working full time, full time in a masters program, a 5yo and a 8 month old= hard to settle my mind down to fall asleep)
The one thing I would change is that the app runs like a video even when there is no image playing. So when I open a session and play it- if I fall asleep during (which is kind of the point) my phone never goes off. So the screen stays lit with the image of the session and when it’s done it turns to a play button. I wish that it would allow the phone screen to turn off and just stop playing when it’s done.
Can’t log in! Have to second and 3rd these comments.
The “really really sorry you need a sponsor” is disingenuous. I also find it contrary to the practice of mindfulness. To make best, or rather progressive practices accessible to employers like educational systems who want to make change for their employees but requiring a “sponsor” to get started is elitist. If an individual is trying to make change with a lack of resources, thanks for making it out of reach for those who may really need it.
*you shouldn’t advertise in Time. If so, information should be available to let one know an individual cannot enjoy. It should also be an added note when “getting” in the App Store.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.