Gallery: Vibrant Inscape mindfulness studio brings much-needed Om to th...

The bustle of urban life can get pretty overwhelming, to say the least. Manhattanites who need a respite can turn their attention inward to Inscape, a studio that creates “immersive experiences for guided meditation and relaxation” in New York City’s Flatiron District. Patrick Sisson of Curbed, who paid the 5,000-square-foot luxury space a visit, describes Inscape as a “mental fitness studio [of] sorts.” Inscape founder Khajak Keledjian, who sold his Intermix fashion empire to Gap in 2013, characterizes its atmosphere as “somewhere between 4th century monasteries, the mood in the temple at Burning Man, and the feeling you get when you look at the infinite horizon line.”

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