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Breathe Magazine

9 issues per year   |  English 44 Reviews   •  English   •   Health & Fitness (Spirituality and Mindfulness) From $9.44 per issue

Breathe is the original mindfulness magazine and your personal body-and-soul mentor for a calmer, more relaxed self.  Breathe magazine is overflowing with inspiring ideas to motivate you to make more time for yourself through beautiful illustrations, mind-quieting craft projects and thought-provoking features on topics ranging from how to relieve stress to increasing resilience and the secret to true happiness.


Its five inspiring sections: wellbeing, living, mindfulness, creativity and escape, act like an on-the-go life coach you can slip into your yoga bag. This beautiful illustrated publication is the perfect antidote to the stressors and strains of everyday life and will look just as good on your device with a Breathe digital magazine subscription as it does on the print version’s tactile, top quality paper stock.


Take the plunge today and immerse yourself in an annual Breathe digital magazine subscription - the UK’s original mindfulness magazine.

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Issue 060 And When Did You Last See Your Father? enquires the title of Blake Morrison’s 1993 memoir, a powerful exploration of the complexities and messiness of life and a thought-provoking insight into the challenge of seeing those you know, and often love, die. Morrison’s text is also a reminder of the added urgency that can come when death is close. The need to ask long-held questions, find a way to acknowledge flaws while respecting strengths, and resolve disputes – or at least gain understanding – becomes imperative. It’s not an easy subject, and one many people are happy to put to one side until the end is nigh. Others, however, feel that an awareness of death is an invitation to embrace life now, to follow dreams, to not fear failure, to focus on what and who is important, and give yourself permission to be happy. It might mean that tough questions (of yourself and others) are more likely to be aired. In this digital age, it perhaps also carries another message – to close the laptop, put the smartphone on silent and engage more fully with the offline world. Think how many hours might be spent seeing family and friends – really seeing and understanding them – if the time wasn’t swallowed up by a sea of ‘likes’, ‘dislikes’ and searching for perfect emoji on top of negotiating myriad online tasks. Life brings many invitations to stop and think about what you have to be grateful for in the here and now, as well as what you might like to do in the future and where you’d like it to take you. Death is a powerful one because it’s a reminder that life is fleeting, that loved ones won’t always be there, that we won’t always be here. The online sphere can mostly wait, the offline world is different. Embrace every moment.


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And When Did You Last See Your Father? enquires the title of Blake Morrison’s 1993 memoir, a powerful exploration of the complexities and messiness of life and a thought-provoking insight into the challenge
of seeing those you know, and often love, die. Morrison’s text is also a reminder of the added urgency that can come when death is close. The need to ask long-held questions, find a way to acknowledge flaws while respecting strengths, and resolve disputes – or at least gain understanding – becomes imperative.
It’s not an easy subject, and one many people are happy to put to one
side until the end is nigh. Others, however, feel that an awareness of death is an invitation to embrace life now, to follow dreams, to not fear failure, to focus on what and who is important, and give yourself permission to be happy. It might mean that tough questions (of yourself and others) are more likely to be aired.
In this digital age, it perhaps also carries another message – to close the laptop, put the smartphone on silent and engage more fully with the offline world. Think how many hours might be spent seeing family and friends – really seeing and understanding them – if the time wasn’t swallowed up by a sea of ‘likes’, ‘dislikes’ and searching for perfect emoji on top of negotiating myriad online tasks.
Life brings many invitations to stop and think about what you have
to be grateful for in the here and now, as well as what you might like to
do in the future and where you’d like it to take you. Death is a powerful one because it’s a reminder that life is fleeting, that loved ones won’t always be there, that we won’t always be here. The online sphere can mostly wait, the offline world is different. Embrace every moment.
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First published in the UK in 2016, each issue has a thoughtful, seasonal theme, making Breathe magazine your digital dose of self-care. Its slogan: “Breathe and make time for yourself” tells you it’s time to switch off and enjoy some “you time” before you’ve even swiped onto the first page. 


Five years later and Breathe has established itself in the UK wellness space as the leading mindfulness magazine. Whether it’s through creative therapies, sleep assistance, idyllic retreats, mindfulness or superfoods, the holistic range of self-care topics covered is designed to help you cope with the pressures and anxieties of modern life.


The thought-provoking features are designed to offer advice and techniques for relaxation and mindfulness. Discover and take away simple ways to ease your mind, from their helpful guides to forgiveness, gratitude and freedom from worries, to healthy food plans and craft activities to focus your mind.


Whether you’re looking to calm your thoughts or energise your body and spirit, you’ll find everything you need to build a happier, healthier life in your annual Breathe digital magazine subscription - download the latest edition to your device today and make time for you!

A Breathe digital magazine subscription is your go-to for a more mindful, fruitful life:

  • The UK’s original mindfulness magazine
  • Insightful, thought-inspiring features
  • Five mindful sections including wellbeing, living, mindfulness, creativity and escape 
  • Beautiful, exclusive illustrations
  • Actionable tips to focus, calm and nourish your mind
  • Every issue delivered directly to your device

You'll receive 9 issues during a 1 year Breathe magazine subscription.

Note: Digital editions do not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies.

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Breath of fresh air

Great for relaxation and mindfulness for all the family Reviewed April 9, 2022

One of the best

Always inspiring Reviewed July 23, 2019

Really inspiring

Well worth a look Reviewed July 20, 2019
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This magazine is everything you need to make you feel cared for and special.Each issue is packed with ideas for your health,taking time for you,dreaming and encouraging you to bring out that creative part that is in all of us but often is hidden because we don't know where to start. I think is a warming nurturing hug all in a very beautiful put together magazine.
Each page is beautifully throughout and the illustrations and colours are so inspiring.
This is the magazine that we have all been waiting for.
So take the time to savour each page and feel so much better after spending time with this great magazine and just Breathe. Enjoy
Reviewed October 12, 2018
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