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.

Mystical Shop & Library

We offer a curated selection of handcrafted goods to support your mystical and healing journey.

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 Flatbush 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.

From Equality For Flatbush: "The neighborhoods of Flatbush, East Flatbush, and Crown Heights are world-renowned for Caribbean culture, food, and families, boasting the largest enclaves of Caribbean people in the United States. Flatbush in particular has become one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Brooklyn with large Latinx, South Asian, African and other migrant communities.”

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.