Saturdays in March -- Rebel Heart Meditation | 30 Day Self-Love Challenge

Saturdays, March 5th, 12th, 19th, and 26th
6pm – 8pm
with Ralph De La Rosa and Adreanna Limbach (on March 19th!)

The truth is, you can only love others as much you love yourself, and the more you love yourself, the more the best kind of love exists in the world. After all, no one can love you the way that you can.

This is your invitation to rewire your brain, heart, and psyche through metta (lovingkindness) meditation and weekly activities designed to inspire productive self-reflection. Lovingkindness meditation has been scientifically shown to increase joy, contentment, gratitude, pride, hope, interest, amusement, awe, authentic presence, sense of purpose in life, enhance relationships, and decrease physical illness (Fredrickson, et al., 2008; Kok, et al., 2013).

If you find it easy to do for others but have trouble being kind to yourself, this challenge is for you. If you want a better handle on your strong emotions, to feel more clarity in your relationships, and to heal old wounds, this challenge is for you.

Beginners and busy minds welcome! No experience with meditation necessary.

All sessions are recorded and shared with the group in case you miss a session, and so you have guided meditations to listen to for home support as well.

Please bring pen and paper.

$120 advance / $130 day of
$35 Drop-in



Ralph De La Rosa is a psychotherapist, transformational coach, and meditation instructor offering public classes and private sessions at Maha Rose. He is the founder of Rebel Heart Meditation (formerly The Mindfulness Sessions), a weekly class devoted to blending the meditative arts with psychology, neuroscience, and real talk about vulnerability and authenticity. Ralph has been teaching meditation since 2008. He began practicing meditation in 1995, has been a student of Amma since 2000, and holds vows within the Shambhala lineage of Buddhism. Ralph is a summa cum laude graduate of Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service. He is a certificated yoga teacher through Sarva Yoga Academy, and is trained in breathwork and Reiki as well.Ralph maintains a part-time position as a therapist to traumatized children at a community clinic in Harlem alongside his other work. For free guided meditations, visit


Adreanna Limbach is a sufficiency-centered coach + meditation instructor that teaches women how to rally their resources so that they can expand their freedom in business and life. As a coach, she’s mentored hundreds of aspiring coaches and do-gooders at theInstitute for Integrative Nutrition, and catalyzes cohorts of tomorrow’s leaders in social change as an Executive Coach and faculty at the Institute for Compassionate Leadership. As a meditation instructor, she teaches secular Buddhist studies and meditation atThe Interdependence Project in the heart and hustle of NYC, and served as a lead coordinator of the Meditation working group at Occupy Wall Street, bringing daily practice to the volunteers at Zuccotti Park in 2011. You can also find her on the cushion teaching at MNDFL, NYC's premier meditation studio, launching this November.  She’s based in the borough of Queens, and believes that the process of building meaningful work in the world is the perfect crucible for accessing our own worth, wisdom + resourcefulness.