Find Joy On Your Drive With New Headspace Experience On Waze

Waze, the world’s largest community-based traffic and navigation app, is partnering with Headspace, a global leader in mindfulness and meditation, to help drivers discover the joy in their journeys, be more present behind the wheel, and arrive at destinations feeling good. 

The partnership combines Waze’s mission of ending traffic altogether, and Headspace’s mission of improving the health and happiness of the world. Drivers activating the Headspace experience on Waze will learn how to create more joyful and meaningful drives with custom navigation prompts from Headspace’s mindfulness teacher and Director of Meditation, Eve Lewis Prieto.

The Headspace experience on Waze includes a selection of five new Moods—Aware, Bright, Hopeful, Joyful, and Open—to put drivers in a positive mindset as they take to the roads. To help drivers appreciate their journey, they’ll be able to stream a custom Spotify playlist from Headspace, and can even swap out their in-app car icon for a hot air balloon to take them to Cloud Nine. 

The Headspace experience on Waze launches today and is available for a limited time in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. To download the experience, click here—alternatively, you can tap “My Waze” to find the “Drive with Headspace” banner, and tap to activate the experience. You can access Headspace’s custom Spotify playlist here. 

For more information, or to download the Waze app, please visit this link. To learn more about Headspace, please visit www.headspace.com

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