Pablo is a mindfulness based nutrition, wellness and recovery counselor. He centralizes mindfulness practice as well as the principles of non-religious Buddhist Dharma in his client work. He is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (NYC) and has trained in food therapy at the Natural Gourmet Institute (NYC). He is trained and empowered to teach meditation and Dharma by Noah Levine at the Against The Stream Buddhist Meditation Society (L.A.) He is a strong advocate for empowering and non dogmatic approaches to nutrition, wellness and recovery. Pablo is a nationally distributed indie-folk punk musician. He volunteers at a suicide helpline for Gay Youth. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.Pablo Das has been teaching Buddhist practice and principles since 2009 and practicing since 1991. He's a practitioner of Somatic Experiencing (sep), a body centered system for the management and resolution of trauma and is currently assisting professional trainings. He was on the founding treatment team at Refuge Recovery, a Buddhist, trauma informed outpatient treatment program for drug and alcohol Addiction. He has trained as a holistic health coach (hhc) at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and studied Food therapy under Annemarie Colbin at the Natural Gourmet Institute in New York City. Pablo currently maintains a private coaching practice, integrating Buddhist practice and principle, trauma resolution and holistic health models. He studied council practice at the Ojai foundation and teaches classes on interpersonal (relational) mindfulness, and has taught mindfulness retreats for teens. He has worked in suicide prevention for the LGBTQ teen population and teaches workshops for the LGBTQ community. He's also an indie-folk (antifolk) musician and performer, and a nationally published writer. He lives and works in Los Angeles.