All who step through Minka's doors for a visit or workshop have in-house access to the following amenities; 

  • A beautiful collection of healing crystals
  • Bathroom
  • Filtered water
  • Sink
  • Tea and hot water 
  • Meditation blankets and cushions
  • Sitting library
  • Natural light

Minka does not have WIFI. To better serve our community we have limited internet access to 2 ethernet cords, one for the reception area and one for the Workshop Foyer. We ask everyone to respect our  #UNPLUGFORWELLNESS policy, this includes staff, member practitioners and clients attending a treatment. 

Workshop Foyer 

Welcome to our main event space here at Minka. This space includes:

  • Open, loft-style space adorned with lots of greenery, brick wall and natural light. 
  • Fits 50 people comfortably
  • Meditation seats &  cushions
  • Cotton & wool blankets
  • Stools
  • (1) large crystal singing bowl in G note
  • (1) Himalayan singing bowl
  • Access to filtered water and an assortment of teas

Please note that we do not allow shoes in the Foyer.

Private Studios

We have 4 studios designed for smaller groups and client treatments. 

Each room has: 

  • A himalayan salt lamp
  • Sage & palo santo
  • Room clearing spray
  •  A clock
  •  The room can be outfitted with a massage table, or a small table with seating cushions.


Photo Credit: Monica Felix

The Neighborhood


Located in the Prospect Lefferts Garden/ Crown Heights area of Brooklyn, and nestled in between the Prospect Park & the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, MINKA is an urban oasis inside and out.  We are 2 minute-walk from both parks, making it an ideal space to hold workshops and classes that require both inside and outside space.

Prospect Lefferts Garden is a residential neighborhood in the Flatbush area, often sited by their residents as 'Brooklyn's best-kept secret'. With its roughly 800-home historic district that has long been coveted by its racially diverse residents, it is a pleasure to walk through its tree-lined streets.

MTA Prospect Park station (B, Q, S) is across the street on Flatbush Ave, and you can take a quick 10-minute walk from Sterling St. station (2,5).  B16, 41, 43, 44, 48 & 49 stop within walking distance.