Pankaj Chaddah, Zomato co-founder and Pooja Khanna, ex-Zomato Chief of Staff announced their start-up Mindhouse, a mental wellness service that offers a variety of guided meditation sessions and techniques.
The Mindhouse app provides meditation and yoga content. It is available in the form of live classes and a vast library of modules for user’s convenience. The classes are led by a team of instructors and conducted in an interactive format. They also offer yoga classes, delivered in the same format, as well as proprietary pre-recorded audio and video content.
The app recommends content based on the user’s selected goals from sleep, patience, focus, relaxed mind and body, and their past experience in meditation.
The idea behind the app is to help people since the gyms have been shut since March, making it difficult to get the daily exercise in. Yoga not only is easy to practice at home but also relaxes the body and mind. The early feedback indicates a positive impact from more than 85% of the users.
Pooja Khanna, co-founder, Mindhouse, said, “Online and offline channels will both help fuel this growth. Countries like the US have now reached similar penetration of meditation like yoga, and India will get there very quickly.”
The team, with its global experience behind them, also has an eye on the international market. Globally, meditation is closely associated with India, and we think a great product from India can do exceptionally outside as well.
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