Learn to OM in Person in LA

Learn to OM in an intimate, one-day workshop taught by senior faculty. Experience improved relationships and capacity for connection.

A brand new Orgasmic Meditation course featuring all new philosophy content —May 13, Los Angeles

Find out what over 35,000 people have experienced worldwide in this one-day workshop.

Saturday, May 13th | 9am to 5pm | Los Angeles

Orgasmic Meditation is a partnered practice that puts you deeper in contact with your own power, hunger and expression. Have a safe space to practice letting go with another person. 

Benefits of OM include: 

What People Say About OM


This one-day workshop is guided by our top instructors who share 30+ years teaching experience.

Saturday, May 13th | 9am to 5pm | Los Angeles

What You Will Learn:

$149 per person

“I can be very shy in exploring new avenues of spirituality, especially as a person of color. But what I realized is everything that I was shy about was what people wanted more of in this class.”

 — Emily, OM Practitioner

“In OM, I can just take off the stories and drama and be in the experience and trust it. That’s freedom.”

 — Hailey, OM Practitioner

“OM has helped me learn the language of sensation. I used to live in my head. Now I know undeniably what is happening in my body.”

 — Rachel, OM Practitioner

“Through the practice of Orgasmic Meditation, I have been able to slowly and through my own terms open up to feeling again.”

 — Vicky, OM practitioner

What Researchers Say About OM

Remarks from Neuroscientists

“OM may allow practitioners to access similar brain and meditation states attained by advanced Tibetan -Buddhists.”

 — Greg Siegle, University of Pittsburgh

“Early studies show that in only 15 minutes, OM can provide improved connection and closeness.”

 — Nicole Prause, UCLA 

“Future studies will focus on the impact of OM on reducing signs of aging including mental agility, alertness and focus.”

 — Andrew Newberg, Thomas Jefferson University

Find out what over 35,000 people have experienced and what leading neuroscientists are saying about this groundbreaking practice.