Want to know where to go when it comes to meditation centers in Los Angeles? Here are the top-rated meditation offerings in the city, based on data from Yelp, Facebook and ClassPass (a monthly fitness membership that provides access to thousands of different studios, gyms and wellness offerings).
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12401 Wilshire Blvd., Brentwood
“Unplug Meditation is a guided-meditation studio that offers 30- and 45-minute classes in a clean, modern and calming atmosphere,” states the business’ ClassPass profile. “Our inspirational guides will effortlessly move you in and out of your meditation. All you need to do is sit back and relax.”
“Unplug Meditation is the first secular drop-in meditation studio in the world,” Unplug Meditation says on its Yelp page. “…We have classes on mindfulness, mantra, sound bath, crystal healing, aromatherapy, EFT tapping, hypnosis, guided imagery, breathwork, kids classes, chakras, intention setting and intuition.”
Learn more about the offerings at Unplug Meditation on ClassPass here.
The DEN Meditation
360 S. La Brea Ave., Hancock Park
Also among Los Angeles’ favorites is The DEN Meditation, with 4.8 stars out of 10,267 reviews on ClassPass, 4.5 stars out of 87 reviews on Yelp and 4,258 fans on Facebook. It’s the top meditation center in the entire Los Angeles metro area, according to ClassPass’ rankings.
“Tal Rabinowitz, a former Executive Vice President at NBC Entertainment, founded The DEN Meditation,” The DEN Meditation states on its Yelp page. “…The DEN Meditation is a passion project Tal conceived of back in 2011, after beginning a regular meditation practice and dedicating 20 minutes a day for her entire team to practice together.”
“The location has a feeling of serenity and comfort, much like the den of your own home,” its Yelp page continues. “With large windows and brick walls, the urban loft feel is comfortable, yet earthy and chic.”
Learn more about the offerings at The DEN Meditation on ClassPass here.
417 Rose Ave., Venice
“Ceremony Meditation’s purpose as an intentional community is to provide a space where all beings can feel supported and safe within their practices of meditation, healing, cleansing, self growth and overall transformation of consciousness,” explains the business’ profile on ClassPass.
“At Ceremony Meditation, we invite you to our sacred temple to meditate, join us in a sound bath workshop, get a detox balancer or get a reiki healing by one of our gifted healers,” its Yelp page continues.
Learn more about the offerings at Ceremony Meditation on ClassPass here.
17547 Ventura Blvd., Unit 106, Encino
“Bindupoint’s primary goal is to enhance the value of life through knowledge, education and qualities of dynamic transformation achieved through direct experiences within mindful practices in the body,” explains the business’ profile on ClassPass.
“At Bindupoint, located in Encino, California, our relaxing yoga studio will help you find peace and balance in your daily life and eliminate stress,” its Yelp page continues. “Whether you’re looking to try out a yoga class, meditation class or qigong class, you’ll be sure to find a program that’s personalized to your needs.”
Learn more about the offerings at Bindupoint on ClassPass here.
6365 Selma Ave., Hollywood
“Liberate Hollywood [is] a healing, sacred and safe space designed to liberate individuals, communities and the world,” states the business’ profile on ClassPass. “[It is] a place of strong community to unite as one divine humanity to heal, love, transform, vibe, energize, educate, learn, create, be inspired, be intellectually stimulated, start great conversations, rediscover our passions, share and to enjoy. [It is] a place to bond with like-minded and high vibration new friends and colleagues all within the protective walls of a famous former sound studio.”
Check out reviews of the offerings at Liberate Hollywood on ClassPass here.
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