PLEASE NOTE: We offer three topics for MAPs II classes on alternating schedules.  Please scroll down to verify the correct class title and dates before you enroll!

UCLA'S MAPS II: NEXT STEPS

Dates: November 2nd thru December 14th NO CLASS NOV 30th 6 Saturdays 9am - 11am

LOCATION: Toluca Lake Tennis Club  6711 Forest Lawn Dr. Toluca Lake, CA 90068 (across from Warner Bros. Studios)

Pre-requisite: Attendance in any introductory MAPs I series or equivalent mindfulness introductory class with permission from our instructor. If you have not taken a MAPs I class at MARC, please email us a brief description of you equivalent experience to marcinfo@ucla.edu before class start date.

This series of classes takes a closer look at the fundamentals of mindfulness practice, including the cultivation of concentration (and how it differs from mindful attention), daily practice discipline strategies, mindfulness in daily life, emotional intelligence, being present in relationships and more.  And here's the good news: you don't have to have gotten an "A" in MAPs I to benefit from MAPs II!  Every level of practice is welcome.

LOCATION: Toluca Lake Tennis Club  6711 Forest Lawn Dr. Toluca Lake, CA 90068 (across from Warner Bros. Studios)

Prerequisite: Attendance in any introductory MAPs I series or equivalent mindfulness introductory class with permission from our instructor. If you have not taken a MAPs I class at MARC, please email us a brief description of you equivalent experience to marcinfo@ucla.edu before class start date.

NOTE: Child care is available at the Tennis Club for under $10/hr.  Enquiries regarding child care should be addressed to club's front desk at 323-851-6000 

Enrollment Fees

UCLA'S MAPS II: CULTIVATING POSITIVE EMOTIONS  

Dates: To Be Announced!

In this class series, we will explore the science and practice of how to develop more equanimity, kindness, generosity, compassion, and gratitude, in ways that allow us to begin right where we are in our lives, and right where we are in the moment.  Far from 'fake it 'til you feel it', these practices, arising from mindfulness meditation contemplative traditions, are backed by science from research labs at Stanford, UC Berkeley, and the University of Wisconsin - Madison, among others.  Learn how to naturally experience and express positive emotions that are our natural birthright, even amidst the turmoil of our times.