12:00 - 12:30 PM

Class Overview

Natalie will lead you through an uplifting inner-smile meditation, each week focusing on one of the 7 primary energy centers in your body. This practice is a heart-warming take on classic Taoist meditation. Expect to practice directed focus and self compassion. Learning to send love and to smile at ourselves boosts confidence and cultivates the spark for inner radiance. This class is open to anyone who likes/wants to feel good, likes to smile or wants to learn to self heal. About Your Guide: Natalie Pierson, is a guiding light that bridges healing arts, yogic wellness, and sacred practices to awaken, and inspire more joy to live within you. How to Prepare : Find a place that inspires a smile or feels quiet and cozy. Have a pillow or blanket to sit upon.
242 West 27th Street Suite 1B New York, NY 10001  

Class Types

Kundalini, Meditation & Pranayama


Free Mats
Water Filling Station

Cancellation Policy

12 hours



Know before you go

  • You are perfect, and we are a “come as you are” kind of community.  Take note we will have you remove shoes before entering the dome, so we recommend cozy socks. There are props here for you to use like mats, blankets and pillows depending on the experience.
  • Please arrive 10-15 minutes before class. We close the doors 5 minutes after the stated start time.  While we understand how easy it is to run behind in a busy city, we want to honor our class times to create a safe container for all visitors once inside the dome.


FREQUENCY is an emotional fitness studio – a space where immersive wellness and inner work practices are delivered inside of a 360 ̊ audiovisual dome. Frequency's design-oriented, innovative, and savvy space serves as a hub to connect with oneself and others, and explore what it means to be alive. 
FREQUENCY practices are designed to focus on the evolution and care of multifaceted aspects of self, and help participants access a more embodied, calmer and connected state of being. 
FREQUENCY's multisensory design incorporates psychological methodologies and principles of neuroplasticity, as well as cultural wisdom from various practices and lineages. Examples include meditation, breath work, movement, singing and partner exercises, as well as light, art and sound therapy.