What is Chorus?
Chorus is online group meditation classes led by our trained teachers who guide you through rhythmic breathing exercises, set to the beat of music you know and love. At Chorus, you’ll feel an immediate release of stress in your body and mind.
Check out this welcome video to learn more about Chorus and what to expect in class.
How is it Different?
Unlike traditional meditation, which is typically done alone, is often tedious for beginners, and takes many months to feel a difference, Chorus is:
- SOCIAL 👯♀️ with warm, personable teachers and amazing fellow class-goers
- FUN 🎵 with new and popular music
- And gives you a physical ✨ TINGLING ✨ sensation created by the breathing pattern, leaving you physically and mentally calmer after your VERY FIRST SESSION.
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How often should I take Chorus?
Short answer: daily!
Our community shares that they get the most out of Chorus when they take class as consistently as possible, so aim to make Chorus part of your daily routine, and join as close to daily as possible.
At a minimum, we recommend at least twice per week.
Pro-tip: stack Chorus on an existing routine you already have:
- Morning person? Do Chorus right when you wake up before you start your day.
- Evening person? Do Chorus right when you head to bed to get great sleep!
When should I take Chorus?
- In the morning before you get out of bed to start your day on the right foot!
- In the afternoon to refocus
- In the evening to transition away from work
- At night when you get into bed for a deep a restful sleep
What are the benefits?
By practicing Chorus consistently you’ll unlock benefits like:
- Better sleep
- More focus
- Increased energy
- Less stress
- Deeper overall sense of wellbeing
How does Chorus work?
We recommend starting with our 14-day trial membership to gain access to all our live and on-demand classes.
After you book a live class, or settle in to take an on-demand class, all you need to set up is:
- A computer, smartphone, or tablet
- Wifi connection
- Somewhere comfortable to lie down
- A journal
We’ll take care of the rest.
How do I book classes?
To book a live class, head to our schedule, scroll down to view by day or filter based on what you are looking for — then click “Sign Up” and you’re all set!
How do I watch an on-demand class?
To watch an on-demand class, head to our on-demand library, select whichever class you’d like to take — then click play and you’re all set!
What is the Chorus Membership?
The Chorus Membership grants you unlimited access to all of our live and on-demand classes every month. Multiple live classes every day, 7-days a week and an ever-growing library of on-demand classes to use on your schedule.
Members enjoy added perks like recurring bookings and the ability to bring a friend to any class as their guest.
How do I book recurring classes?
Click this link to fill out a form with the classes you’d like to book recurring. We will take care of scheduling and send calendar invites so all you have to do is show up!
Available only for our Chorus members.
How do I bring a friend to class as my guest?
We love friends! Email email@example.com to get your guests set up for class.
Available only for our Chorus members.
Where do I take class?
Class is online, so you can join from anywhere! All you need is a comfy spot to lay down, a laptop, smart-phone, or tablet, and an internet connection.
What happens physiologically during Chorus?
Whoa! I felt something from the very first class! During the rhythmic breathing we use in Chorus, you might feel some unique physical sensations. This is because we are bringing more oxygen into our bodies which can cause tingling or tensing of the muscles.
Is it safe for me to participate in Chorus?
Any individual who is safe to perform cardiovascular exercise is generally safe to participate in Chorus. If you are uncertain, please consult your physician.
Why should pregnant women not do the rhythmic breathing?
The rhythmic breathing we use in Chorus brings more oxygen into our bodies, which alters the pH of our blood. For pregnant women, the pH level of their blood is already different from non-pregnancy levels, so we want to be cautious that breathing in this way doesn’t alter the pH too much given the pregnancy. Again, please consult your physician if you are pregnant and have questions.