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Flowly App Eases Coronavirus-Related Anxiety, While Supporting Global Relief Efforts

April 3, 2020




Celine Tien is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Flowly joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Stress Management Channels. The company's app is designed to help manage chronic pain, stress and anxiety.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Celine Tien discuss the following:

  1. What is Flowy’s mission?
  2. How does your app help reduce stress? How does it work?
  3. You have created a special #BreatheTogether experience for managing stress related to Corona pandemic stress.
  4. Tell me more about the experience.
  5. Where can our audience access the Flowy app?

Celine Tien is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Flowly. In her role, Celine leads a team focused on delivering an accessible and direct-to-consumer alternative for pain and anxiety management. Celine got her start in VR as the director and writer of the award-winning film, Pippa’s Pan 盼, one of the world’s first immersive virtual reality hybrid live-action films.

Prior to Flowly, Celine grew up as a film/TV actor and model, and later worked in feature development at Oriental DreamWorks in Shanghai and DreamWorks Animation in Los Angeles. Celine is also the founder of the nonprofit education-based organization: Zoom for Kids! Celine studied English and Film at Yale University.


A new app is helping people cope with Coronavirus-related stress and anxiety, while also providing monetary support for COVID-19 relief efforts.

Flowly, an app to help manage chronic pain, stress and anxiety, recently unveiled its “COVID-19 Relief Experience,” featuring targeted breathing exercises in an interactive environment designed specifically to reduce anxiety. The first eight Flowly Intro experiences and COVID-19 Relief Experience are free and available to all users who download the app.

Additionally, the company has teamed up with GlobalGiving to provide critical relief for COVID-19. Flowly will allocate $0.50 for every and any app session completed towards the Coronavirus Relief Fund, helping send doctors and nurses to affected communities, supply masks, ventilators, and other medical supplies to hospitals, and deliver essential items to families and children in need.

The Coronavirus is not only affecting physical health, but is also taking a toll on mental health all around the world. The day-to-day uncertainty has led to a tremendous increase in stress and anxiety, and Flowly is here to help you manage that,” said Celine Tien, co-founder & CEO, Flowly.




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