Tal Rabinowitz, founder of DEN Meditation — and proud mama of a freshly opened new studio location in LA — is sharing her ultimate guide to getting the most out of a sound bath experience. Whether you’re a total newbie or just didn’t get that into it the first time, these tips and insights will get you into a receptive state of mind — and then maybe somewhere even sweeter…
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Feeling more stress than cheer over the holidays? With the new DEN Meditation in Studio City, Tal Rabinowitz hopes to change that.
For those feeling bah-humbugged and stressed by the festive season, DEN Meditation‘s second LA location in Studio City can help you relaaaaaax (and maybe even help you mentally drown out those never-ending holiday tunes).
Sometimes we all just need to #CTFO (Chill The F*&@ Out) at any time of the day. Fortunately, the options for where we can do just that in LA are increasing. The DEN Meditation has added a Studio City location (they began with a La Brea flagship) to provide a fitting home for the meditation newcomer, the long-time mindfulness devotee, and everyone in between. It’s an opportunity to meditate in the Valley.
Why the added enthusiasm for online dating, which—let’s face it—can be a frustrating enterprise? “Meditation improves your ‘picker,’” says Tal Rabinowitz, founder and CEO of The DEN Meditation in Los Angeles, who shared some other tricks of the trade and things she’s witnessed while running a successful meditation space.
Since it opened in the spring of 2016, the Den Meditation Studio on La Brea Avenue and 4th Street has drawn a steady stream of yoga and mindfulness buffs to its all-day classes. Owner Tal Rabinowitz has just brought that brand of happy to the Valley with the recent opening of a studio in Studio City.
So what is vipassana exactly, and how does it differ from other kinds of meditation? To find out, we interviewed Soffer and Heather Prete, a teacher at DEN Meditation.
The DEN Meditation voted best Meditation Center by LA Weekly in it’s Reader’s Choice 2017 section.
Believe in yourself and push forward. Be good at what you do and don’t back down. So many of us have innate, deep empathy and understanding. It makes us more compassionate and emotionally intelligent.
It’s kind of ridiculous how much I love dogs. Scratch that—every dog lover understands how much I love dogs. So you can only imagine my excitement when I was offered a chance to do dog yoga with Lance Bass, his adorable puppies, and about two dozen other bloggers, journalists, and their doggos.