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‘Can’t Live Without’ Parenting Product: Moshi


'Can't Live Without' Parenting Product: Moshi

Moshi is the number 1 sleep and mindfulness app for children, designed to improve the health and happiness of families worldwide by helping kids get to sleep faster and stay asleep for longer. An award-winning audio-only app, Moshi comprises over 70 hours of completely original sleep and mindfulness content with something new added every week created from scratch by a multi-award-winning team of writers and composers. Moshi’s constantly growing library of stories and meditations even includes exclusive stories narrated by very special guests, including Goldie Hawn, Patrick Stewart and Brian Blessed.

Over 97% of parents who use Moshi would recommend it to friends or family with over 75,000 5-star ratings and reviews across the app stores. In a recent study conducted with New York University (NYU), scientists discovered that on average, when using Moshi, kids fall asleep 28 minutes faster and sleep for 22 minutes longer with night wakings decreasing by up to 50%

Our mission

We’re striving to make kids all over the world healthier and happier. Our Stories and Meditations are just the beginning of our ongoing mission to help kids sleep better and teach them the basics of mindfulness. A little bit of magic goes a long way when it comes to improving kids’ mental fitness, so what better place to start than in the enchanting world of Moshi.

How it helps

Comforting and calming

Most of our bedtime stories are gentle rhyming journeys with dreamy lullaby-style choruses. Musical transitions are specifically designed to be mesmerizing. As each story progresses the narration becomes increasingly sleepy, ambient sounds diminish and backing tracks fade.

Sleepy and soothing

Musical loops continue for several minutes once each story ends, before gently fading to avoid sudden silence. Many stories feature ambient white noise, from vacuuming and distant lawnmowers to washing machines and lapping waves.

Grounded in science

Convolution reverb is sometimes used to create a dreamy effect. Some of our bedtime stories even replicate low-frequency oscillations in the theta range, similar to Tibetan prayer bowls. Our meditations are based on the principles of cognitive behavioural therapy to help children manage negative thoughts.