September 15, 2016 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Obstacles to Mindfulness
Having learned the technique of Mindfulness meditation, this class focuses on how ot manage obstacles in the way of continuing with meditation and being Mindful. Obstacles to Mindfulness and meditation are the same obstacles we encounter during our daily life and in our relationship to all things. Lethargy, restlessness, aversion, craving and doubt are major obstacles start to grow in our psyche from childhood.
Learning to recognize and manage these obstacles will enhance our ability to be Mindful, present and peaceful under any circumstance.
This is an in depth class about how to overcome blocks we experience in our Mindfulness practice.
Attendance in MAPs I or equivalent mindfulness class with permission from our instructor. If you have not taken a MAPs I class, please email the instructor a brief description of your equivalent experience to email@example.com before class start date.
Dr. Manijeh Motaghy – A Founder, Executive Director and Teacher at Perfectly Here. She is the Founder and CEO of Mindful Business Institute. She is an Authorized Mindfulness teacher through UCLA MARC and holds a Doctorate in Psychology of Organization Management. For more on her bio, click on her name above.
Location and Parking Instructions
This class will take place in Tarzana at: 19100 Ventura Blvd #5, Los Angeles, CA 91356. Parking is free and there no time limits in the front after 6:00pm. There are also plenty of free parking in the lot behind Tarzana Cultural Center. When you arrive at the shopping center go to the second floor and go all the way to the East side of the building. Go into the hallway and we will be the last door on the right.
Refund, Make-up and Cancellation Policy
Class Refunds must be requested before 5pm on Friday of the first week of class. There will be a $25 administrative fee. After the first Friday we cannot give refunds. Refunds should be requested by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. Perfectly Here reserves the right to cancel classes due to low enrollment. Registrants will be notified in advance of the class.No refunds or credits are given to registrant “no-shows”.
If you miss a class, you may make it up during a current series or the series immediately following. No refund or prorate will be issued for missed classes. Students may Postpone a class. In this case, credit towards a future class will be provided if a registrant notifies us by phone or email in advance of 5pm on Friday of the first week of the class series. Future class must be made up on the class immediately following the missed class series. (For example: if postponing a May/June class series you will have to use your credit and enroll in the July/August class series)
What to Bring
All you need is comfortable clothing. Chairs and cushions are provided.
We allow no more than 30 students per class.
We offer special pricing for seniors (+65) and students.
Time and Date
This class is offered at two different times this semester:
- 210A – Sunday, March 12 to April 23 from 12:30pm to 2:30pm (no class on April 16)
- 210B – Thursday, March 16 to April 20 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm