Calm Strips are reusable and residue-free textured sensory stickers designed to help regulate restless energy and promote mindfulness. They feature beautiful designs inspired by calming scenes & experiences, mindfulness & breathing activities, or inspirational words & phrases. Calm Strips provide a cool and convenient way to manage sensory needs; whether you're simply touching, scratching, or tracing the textured surface or also utilizing one of our grounding / breathing activities.
We are also incredibly proud that Calm Strips are being used by over 200,000 satisfied customers, including teachers and students in over 5000 schools. We were even on Shark Tank! So whether you are looking for a satisfying texture to touch or a visual reminder to practice mindful breathing, or something to ground you in the present moment, or a bit of all those — Calm Strips has something for you!
Designed to promote mindfulness and inner peace, Inhale serves as gentle reminders to pause, take a deep breath, and reconnect with the present moment. Based on the popular box breathing technique, each one helps release tension, find stillness, and cultivate tranquility. Incorporate Inhale into your routine to witness the transformative effects on your well-being.
Soft Sand Texture: Subtle texture with slight grain.
- Five Calm Strips per pack.
- Measures 2.2 inches by 2.2 inches.
- Gentle on skin for repetitive use.
- Reusable over and over again.
- Latex and residue free.
- Reusable packaging.
- Informational card included.
I also refer this to the box breathing steps, but it does the job. I have it on my phone so it is easily accessible when needed.
Very handy reminder for the box breathing practice.
I put this on my laptop keyboard and when I am waiting for something to load or just need a moment I trace my finger over the sticker and breathe and it’s just a nice little mental break for me. My daughter put one on her iPad and she enjoys using it too!
I find myself using this way more than I thought I would! It helps ground me during meetings where doodling isn't as acceptable. I can fidget with the square and keep focused, and also look like I'm paying attention :)