Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get a free month trial of premium content?

It's super simple.  Sign up for a premium subscription & you will receive a referral code.  Share the code with a friend (or as many as you like) & you both get a month free of premium content.

Premium vs free content

Our goal is to provide high quality, premium content.  With a basic (free) subscription, you get access to five meditations in each channel.  That way you can explore our style and see if our app is for you.

Premium subscription is $9.99 per month or $99 per year.  This gives you access to our entire meditation library, which is updated weekly.

How to unsubscribe or cancel auto-renew?

In the app, go to Settings, and click Cancel Subscription.

How to reset password?

Go to Settings > Change Password.  Alternatively, on the login screen, click Forgot Password to reset.

Favorite Meditations

The app has the functionality to create a Favorite's list.  Each meditation that you love, click the heart icon in the top right corner, and it will show up in the meditations topics, accessible by the heart icon.

Sound not working?

Try turning the Ringer off Silence Mode, on the side of your iPhone.

Is Go In suitable for beginners?

Absolutely! We have a whole channel, Foundations, that is designed to walk you through the basic meditation skills to navigate your inner world.

Is Go In suitable for experienced meditatiors?

Yes! We have a whole "explore" channel dedicated to more advanced meditations.

What makes Go In different from other meditation apps?

We started Go In, as Cassandra, our founder & meditation guide, had been asked consistently for over 5 years to create an app.  Her clients and students found that her unique voice and style was effective and wanted to have her in their pocket.  Her meditations have been streamed over a million times, across Youtube and various meditation apps.


Go In is unique in it's simplicity, user-friendly interface, focus on evidence-based techniques, that are designed to address:

- sleep issues

- anxiety

- stress

- pain

We are honored to be part of the current movement of using technology to help connect people inwards.

I'm still having trouble!

Sleep issues can be complex and sometimes require additional support.  Visit our SLEEP page for sleep tips and further resources, including potential referrals.

Other technical difficulties? 

What position should I be in when I meditate?

We believe that you should do what works best for you & your body on any given day. It's important that your body feels comfortable & supported. So if laying down feels better, do that.  If sitting upright in a chair works, do that.  If sitting upright against a wall, or on a cushion, works, do that.  Try out different positions and find what supports you best.  

Other considerations include your intention for the meditation - do you need to increase your focus? Then perhaps sitting upright would be most supportive.  Or do you need to calm down & relax? Then perhaps laying down will be more supportive.  Basically, you can't go wrong - do what works best for you!

When should I meditate?

Ideally first thing in the morning, that way you are setting yourself up for the day with a clear and calm mind. 


 However, meditation in the afternoon is also great, as a way to reset your system during the afternoon "slump" in energy.  

An evening meditation can also help calm down your body, preparing you for a deep and restful sleep.

So find a time that suits you.

How often should I meditate?

"A little and often" is the rule of thumb. Many great teachers remind us that a good practice is one that you actually do.  So set yourself a realistic goal, that you can stick to, and begin there.  Even two minutes of meditation a day is better than ten minutes once a month. 

People generally tend to use meditation as either: a bandaid or as maintenance. In the bandaid camp, people use meditation when they are feeling stressed, anxious or struggling to fall asleep - just like you would use a bandaid on a cut.  When things are going good, they don't meditate.  The maintenance camp is where people have a regular meditation practice, generally about five times per week, whether they "need" it or not, so they are taking care of their body and mind.

Music or not?

Here at Go In, we believe in doing what works for you.  Some days you may want music, other days you may not.  That is why we offer options - meditations with & without background music.

All our beautiful background music is composed and licensed by Christopher Loyd Clarke and included binaural beats to help support relaxation.

What are binaural beats?

Binaural beats use an auditory illusion that the brain computes when two slightly different frequencies of sound are played into each ear (to get the effect headphones are required).  This can be used to help shift our brainwave state to aid with meditation, alertness or relaxation.  All the tracks with binaural beats in our meditations are used to help create a delta brainwaves - encouraging deep relaxation and sleep.