Access Mediation consists of two powerful tools that can be used together or separately. We take both a “bottoms up” approach (body influencing the mind) through the breath and a “top down” approach (mind influencing the body) through meditation. The first tool is a version of a classical yogic breathing technique that is taught and performed in a specific way to drive the parasympathetic nervous system to automatically reduce heart rate and induce relaxation. We call this tool Access Calm. The second tool is a form mantra meditation the meditator sits comfortably with their back supported and eyes closed and silently experiences a particular sound, a mantra, that settles mind and puts the body into a deep state of rest spontaneously without any effort, focus, or concentration. We call this tool Access Stillness.

Absolutely anyone can learn Access Meditation with correct instruction, even those who think their minds are too busy/active to meditate or have struggled with other forms of meditation in the past. This is the best daily practice to have to reduce stress and improve health and well-being. It allows you to feel more calm and relaxed, rested and energized, present, attentive and creative every day.


A former attorney and fitness professional, Ben Turshen is a renowned teacher of meditation and breathwork. Ben has nearly two decades of experience in health and wellness and has worked with everyone from Olympic athletes, Michelin star chefs, award winning actors, and Fortune 500 executives to four-year old children. He has taught at various local and international schools, businesses and organizations, as well as The Cleveland Clinic and Syracuse University. Ben has been featured in numerous publications, including The New York Times and The Huffington Post.

Ben’s mission is provide his students with the highest quality instruction and support in tools that promote immediate, profound and sustainable personal growth and development.




Personal Coaching sessions provide you with the specific guidance and strategies to consciously identify and create the change required for you to have the most fulfilling life experience. We examine Career, Relationships, Health/Wellness/Spirituality, and Recreation and design the specific shifts that will yield greater happiness.  


Breathwork corrects dysfunctional breathing mechanics and patterns that would otherwise have a profound negative effect on our health and make us feel stressed. Breath is essential to life and correct breathing is essential for optimal health and wellbeing. Breathwork also removes emotional blocks, fear and limiting beliefs by gently facilitating emotional release. These powerful guided sessions can change you default emotional settings, relieve depression and anxiety, aid recovery from addiction, reconnect you to your intuition, help you access greater creativity and open your heart to greater gratitude and self-love.


Vedic Meditation comes from a 5,000 year old body of wisdom called the Veda, which means knowledge. The Veda is also the source of Ayurvedic medicine, yoga, and Indian philosophy.

Vedic Meditation is not a monastic practice. Meaning, it wasn’t designed for people whose spiritual path involves detaching from society. This technique was developed for “householders”—people who are fully engaged in life. Multi-tasking people with active minds who lead busy lives with jobs, relationships, and families. The technique is universal in its nature, practiced by and benefiting people all over the world, regardless of their society, profession, age, religion, or belief system.



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New York, New York 10013

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Ben Turshen and Ben Turshen Meditation LLC are not affiliated with any proprietary organizations. ACCESS MEDITATION and BE BETTER EVERY DAY is a trademark of Ben Turshen Meditation LLC.

Access Meditation, Vedic Meditation, Breathwork, Personal Coaching and other techniques and/or advice provided by Ben Turshen are not intended to be substitutes for professional medical diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider regarding any medical condition..