For you, right now

We’re here for you, with ways to take a breath, focus your mind, and find some calm. We care about your well-being, head to toe.

Take a moment for you

With so much uncertainty in times like these, feeling stressed is normal. But you can train your brain and be kind to your body—so you handle stress in better, healthy ways. Vida’s Resilience program does just that. Try it now.
What You Practice Grows Stronger
3-Minute Mindfulness Practice
Mindfulness FAQ
Six Points Meditation
Open Mind Meditation
Leaves on a Stream Meditation

Shauna Shapiro, PhD

A clinical psychologist, professor, and mindfulness researcher, Shauna Shapiro, PhD, is the expert guide of Vida Health’s Resilience program. She’s spent two decades studying the benefits of mindfulness and compassion, publishing over 150 papers and three critically acclaimed books. Her TEDx Talk, What You Practice Grows Stronger, has been viewed over 1.5 million times.

Vida helps you be your best - head to toe

Whether you want to lose weight, revamp your nutrition, manage a chronic condition, or cope with stress, Vida can help. Our health coaches partner with you in regular 1:1 video sessions. They’ll help you stay on track, keep moving forward, and adjust to your new normal.
Keep yourself grounded to beat stress
Fit at-home exercise into your new normal
Eat healthy while you're at home

Give Vida health coaching a try, at no cost to you and your family

Connect with a Vida health coach who has the time to really listen and help you get healthier. Vida is available at no cost to eligible employees from many organizations. When you start with Vida, you get 1:1 coaching, a personalized health plan and Vida’s entire library of healthy living articles, videos and audios.

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Vida does not offer crisis support. If you or someone you care about is experiencing a crisis or just needs someone to talk to, you can text the Crisis Support Line at 741-741 any time of day or night. More crisis resources here.