exhale wellbeing app

Exhale wellbeing app – a journey home to oneself

This Exhale wellbeing app we love because …guess what…it opens up with the inscription…


no more waiting to exhale!!


We love this!

Before we jump into telling you what this app is all about because you know we took it for a spin, let us share about the founder.


Yes, she’s a Black woman who  looks like us and clearly understands us well as her mission is to create much-needed space for the Black community to rest. She wants us to think of healing as a journey home to oneself. Okay girl! I could get with this. 


Katara McCarty is an emotional well-being advocate for BIWOC. Besides being the Founder of Exhale app, she is a coach, speaker, podcast host and an author. And she co-founded and developed Ceelelo School in Zambia, Africa, a school for children who otherwise would not have access to primary education.


About the app…

Once you download the app, of course to enter you must register using your email/phone and setting a password.

Once you get in you are greeted by a Black woman with tight coils that crowns her head, submerged in a body of something luscious – possibly milk…


The app is broken up into five categories:

  • breathe
  • affirm
  • meditate
  • imagine
  • listen


Each component invites you to reset and recharge through guided meditations and breathing techniques. I love imagine!

There is even a microaggression meditation, which I think is well thought out because truth be told, we experience an insane number of microaggressions daily, and many of us don’t know how to deal with it. So this app allows us a moment to stop and process how we feel.

Listen, there is so much more to share about this Exhale wellbeing app, but I will leave that for you to do. 


The app is free to download from the App Store and Google Play channel. Basic features are immediately available, but the user has the option to unlock additional features for a subscription fee of $4.99 a month.


Go check it out, and share your thoughts in the comments. We want to know what you think.


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