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About the app

Smiling Mind offers a unique web and app-based tool developed by psychologists and educators to help bring balance to people’s lives.

Just as we eat well and stay fit to keep our body healthy, mindfulness meditation is about mental health and looking after the mind.

Our programs are designed to assist people in dealing with the pressure, stress and challenges of daily life. We offer programs for:

  • 7 - 9 years old

  • 10 - 12 years old
  • 13 - 15 years old
  • 16 - 18 years old
  • Adults
  • Sport
  • Mindfulness in Education (learn more)
  • Mindfulness in the Workplace (learn more)


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Our Guided Mindfulness Programs

Smiling Mind aims to build happier, healthier and more compassionate people.

Our mindfulness meditation programs are designed to assist people in dealing with the pressure, stress and challenges of daily life.


For Adults

10 modules
42 Sessions


Smiling Mind builds, supports and develops healthy minds at all stages of life. Developed by psychologists, and based on mindfulness meditation techniques.

16 - 18 Years

20 Modules
70 Sessions


This program is designed to support teenagers as they plan for the future.

13 - 15 Years

20 Modules
69 Sessions


This program is designed to support teenagers as they transition to high school and make new friends.

10 - 12 Years

16 Modules
55 Sessions


This program is designed with an understanding of the power of thoughts and the importance of treating each other with respect as children take on leadership roles at school.


7 - 9 Years

16 Modules, 55 Sessions


This program is designed for young children who are learning new social skills, new ideas and who they are as they learn independence from parents and family.

Mindfulness in the Classroom

72 Modules
249 Sessions


The Smiling Mind Education Programs are mapped to the national curriculum and designed to support educators to bring mindfulness into the classroom.

Mindfulness in the Workplace

7 Modules
41 Sessions


The objective of the Smiling Mind Workplace Program is to teach employees how to develop skills to manage their mind more effectively using the tool of mindfulness.


6 Modules
12 Sessions

This program was developed in partnership with Cricket Australia to complement regular sports training.


Mind the Bump

Brought to you by Smiling Mind and beyondblue, Mind the Bump is a free Mindfulness Meditation App to help individuals and couples support their mental and emotional wellbeing in preparation for having a baby and becoming a new parent.


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Smiling Mind is working hard to improve mental health. As a not-for-profit organisation, our mission is to provide programs that ensure everyone has access to the benefits of mindfulness.

But the reality is that free of charge doesn't mean free of cost. That's why donations are vital.

If you'd like to help us create a happier, healthier and more compassionate world, please support us by making a donation today. 


App Reviews

The perfect app for beginners

This app easily offers the best value out of any mindfulness app for beginners. There are dozens if not hundreds of exercises tailored to different demographics and desires, more content than most other mindfulness apps. All the content is free, making it the perfect app for beginners to see if mindfulness is for them.
— Nat, Individual
Calm and relaxed

I thought the Smiling Mind program was really beneficial for me because it calmed me down and helped me to relax and concentrate. I found when I was upset or angry and my emotions were getting the best of me, doing the meditation really did help.
— Lara Secondary College, Student
Breathe, focus and re-prioritise

It has been extremely busy at work and I have a new job where I have to learn a lot. It’s helping me to cope with the deluge of work coming in and to step away for a little while and breathe and focus, re-prioritise again and keep going.
— IBM Employee