Former Live Nation Exec Launches ‘Love4Live,’ Free Meditation Retreat for – Health News Today

Love4Live,” a free-of-charge “portal of refuge, community, and support for the concert industry” that includes conversations, meditation classes, and a virtual retreat to the tens of thousands of concert industry workers impacted by the global shutdown. Resources are available now until the first week of December.” data-reactid=”19″At a time when nearly everyone could use a mental-health break, 15 meditation experts have united to launch “Love4Live,” a free-of-charge “portal of refuge, community, and support for the concert industry” that includes conversations, meditation classes, and a virtual retreat to the tens of thousands of concert industry workers impacted by the global shutdown. Resources are available now until the first week of December.

Live Nation executive, Jason Garner, and offered in conjunction with the non-profit InsightLA Meditation Center. The pandemic has not only left thousands of people in the concert industry without work, social distancing has taken away most human contact as well. Love4Live is intended to help people to cope and connect. “Meditation saved my life,” said Garner, reflecting on his exit from the live industry a decade ago. “I woke up scared, unsure of who I was, and afraid of what might come next. With the help of my teachers I learned to look inside, embrace my humanity, and be at peace with my life. With Love4Live I want to offer that same resource to my friends in the industry who are suffering in the face of this shutdown. No one should have to face this alone.”” data-reactid=”20″Love4Live was funded and curated by concert veteran and former Live Nation executive, Jason Garner, and offered in conjunction with the non-profit InsightLA Meditation Center. The pandemic has not only left thousands of people in the concert industry without work, social distancing has taken away most human contact as well. Love4Live is intended to help people to cope and connect. “Meditation saved my life,” said Garner, reflecting on his exit from the live industry a decade ago. “I woke up scared, unsure of who I was, and afraid of what might come next. With the help of my teachers I learned to look inside, embrace my humanity, and be at peace with my life. With Love4Live I want to offer that same resource to my friends in the industry who are suffering in the face of this shutdown. No one should have to face this alone.”

The organization’s website, launched Thursday (Sept. 10) as a run-up to the series’ formal launch on Monday:

Former Live Nation Exec Launches ‘Love4Live,’ Free Meditation Retreat for

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