“OUE Skyspace L.A. is hosting a guided meditation, taught by The DEN Meditation, which is set for sunrise (7 a.m.) on January 27. Not only will the meditation help reduce stress, but its proven to increase self-awareness, slow aging, and improve both cardiovascular and immune health…”
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“It doesn’t get more LA than going to a meditation studio to meditate but don’t knock it until you’ve tried it. Mindfulness is quickly becoming more and more mainstream thanks to the abundance of benefits it provides…”
Tal Rabinowitz, the owner of DEN Meditation visited the set of the KTLA News at 3p with Lu Parker and Glen Walker. Tal explained the benefits of children learning to meditate and shared information about an upcoming workshop focused on kids.
“We are a drop in meditation studio that makes modern day meditation accessible and easy. I am proud that we took a risk and helped pave the way for a whole new generation and type of self-care commerce. I love that we help people feel good every day and can really impact someone’s life. That is the best part.”
To learn a little bit more about transcendental meditation for beginners, we tapped Chandresh Bhardwaj, a spiritual advisor, senior meditation teacher at The DEN Meditation in Los Angeles, and author of Break the Norms to fill us in on everything we’ve always wanted to know about mantra and TM.
The DEN has been a passion project, something that resulted from what Tal saw as lacking in the wellness industry. She could attend a yoga, Pilates, or cycling class, but there was nowhere she could connect deeper to her meditation practice. The DEN, which now has two locations, has filled that void and become a hub for people looking to start or expand their meditation practice.
In this fast-paced world, anxiety can strike at any moment—even when nothing is causing us direct stress. It’s important to remember that you’re not alone in your struggle; there are many ways to move through these incredibly common yet complicated feelings. One of the most effective methods of dealing with anxiety is by focusing on your breathing through meditation.
Feeling more stress than cheer over the holidays? With the new DEN Meditation in Studio City, Tal Rabinowitz hopes to change that.