Your calendar right now is probably littered with some combination of the following:
Work, work party, party party, spending all the money and letting people invade your home.
Which is why the arrival of a new meditational oasis in the heart of the city could not have come at a better time.
Inscape is a multi-platform meditation studio that addresses health, wellness and performance. Translation: you’ll be sitting in a moodily lit room that looks like the inside of a Chinese paper lantern while participating in a guided meditation.
Brought to you by founder and CEO of INTERMIX, Khajak Keledjian, who shifted his entrepreneurial focus from the outer self to the inner one when he devised the space.
We did it. It was refreshing and not in the least bit silly. Rather, it was 33 consecutive minutes of peace, quiet and max-point chill.
And if you can’t make it into the studio, exhale and whip out your smartphone: they’ve got a proprietary meditation app that’ll help you take a breather at your desk.
Is this a little bit new-agey? For sure.
But so was Gandhi. And he turned out OK.