I keep hearing (it) from all of our customers, which is that dating was like finding a needle in a haystack and being surrounded by people you knew you didn’t want to talk to," said Baglan. The tech startup just launched an updated app, was selected for the prestigious Techstars program and helped Baglan meet her boyfriend."We've been dating for seven months," said Baglan.
For Katy Paulson, scrolling through the app turns up some interesting matches."A driven, enlightened, grounded, poet," she reads one man's self-description.
She said Meet Mindful led to a few fun dates."We went to a yoga studio and then went out to get tacos and tequila," she said with a smile.
"That was fun."Meet Mindful is a national app, but Denver and Boulder are the company's largest markets.
Baglan said Meet Mindful is hoping to create a million "conscious power couples" by 2020, with the goal of making the world a better place."Not only does it increase the happiness levels and satisfaction of their lives, but there is a ripple effect around the world in the lives of people they touch," said Baglan.
DENVER - A Colorado tech company is cashing in on the growing mindfulness movement by creating a new dating app targeting those interested in yoga, personal development and healthy living.
In her Denver yoga studio, Katy Paulson practices mindfulness every day.