Whether you are in recovery or simply want to live in better health and awareness, this app delivers daily messages, easy-to-follow exercise videos, an audio meditation, and inspirational first-person stories from the recovery community.
"Such a brilliant idea! It's so simple and accessible and most importantly... so much needed in the world today. It's a Healer. It's a Reminder. It's having the very best of one's self right in your own pocket to have anytime you need. Brava!"
– Nancy W.
"Working in the field of addiction, I know that a strong support system is vital for lasting recovery. Being able to access support, encouragement and tools to maintain sobriety via an app on your smart phone means you will never be alone. That is empowering."
– Sabrina Guthrie, Director of Marketing & Development
Recovery is challenging and requires a renewed commitment each day. Finding a regular practice or healthy activity in sobriety, whether it is qigong, meditation, sailing, writing, music (or whatever works) is an opportunity to explore, listen, be curious and go deeper into oneself and enjoy what is important. The stories in Today's Step have been written by people in recovery who understand the benefits and have developed their own daily practice. Today's Step inspires and supports people to find a healthy practice and grow.
Pricing and availability
Today's Step "Lite" is free.
The full version of Today's Step is available for $2.99 in the App Store on iTunes and in the Android Marketplace.
Today's Step in the iTunes App Store: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/todays-step-recovery/id501925400?ls=1&mt=8
Today's Step in Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tsi.mobnwebs
Today's Step in Amazon Appstore for Android: http://www.amazon.com/gp/mas/dl/android?p=com.tsi.mobnwebs
Web site: http://www.todaysstep.com
Press kit: http://www.todaysstep.com/press-kit.html
About Today's Step, Inc.
The mission of Today's Step is to support and inspire a daily practice for people who long to live a healthy life, especially those struggling with addiction of any kind. We share personal insights, offer positive actions and provide fresh perspectives for living life with purpose and clarity.
About Jan Parker, Editorial Director
Sober since 1984, Jan is passionate, supportive and encouraging about the changes that happen in one's life when one begins to move in a conscious way. As a Taiji and Qigong expert, Jan specialize in teaching private lessons and seminars throughout North America, as well as daily qigong classes at a drug and alcohol treatment center on Bowen Island.