Hello, World!


For the last two years, our team has been building technology that puts the human experience – in all its randomness and unpredictability, its laughter and tears, its joy and sorrow – at its center. We have been building a company that brings us closer to ourselves, to each other, and to the earth, in ways unimaginable a few years ago.

It was in this mindset that we created Spire, a device that, for the first time, captures your breathing patterns – signals that reveal that same laughter and tears, that same joy and sorrow – throughout your day, and makes them meaningful and actionable.

How much focus did you have today? How balanced has your week been so far? More importantly, how aware are you of the changes your mind takes throughout the day? Most importantly, how capable are you of shifting your state of mind to reach your health and productivity goals?

What would this kind of shift mean for your health, your work, your communication, your creativity, and your experience of life?

These questions drive our team at Spire every day (and often night).  They drive us to ensure Spire delivers genuine value in your daily life. They drive us to get the details right – to make it simple to use Spire (and your breath) to have more focus and balance in your day.

We are excited to be bringing to life something we’ve been working on for a very long time. We have learned a great deal and are excited to share this journey with you – to hear from you, to discuss with you, and to use your feedback to improve Spire.

Stay tuned.

– The Spire Team

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Spire is dedicated to helping you live a happier, healthier lifestyle with an easy-to-use device for mindful breathing techniques. Learn more about the benefits of breath-tracking at Spire.io.


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