Welcome to Perfectly Here!

Are you struggling with stress, anxiety or physical pain? Looking for an answer that doesn’t involve drugs or other addictive substances?

Give Mindfulness a try. Celebrities like Oprah, Anderson Cooper and Kobe Bryant, as well as many others, are practitioners and advocates for Mindfulness. Furthermore, there is over 30 years of development and scientific research by universities such as MIT, UCLA, and USC showing how and why it works.

For new students we recommend taking either 100: Introduction to Mindfulness or 101: MAPs I so you can learn the basics of Mindfulness.  If you have any questions please call us at (818) 453-0640. We look forward to meeting you.

 

Mindfulness for First Responders

Our First Responders not only face life threatening situations, but see some pretty horrendous things as well.  Due to this, many of them are left with sleepless nights and PTSD.  This then leads to divorce, suicide, and many other painful outcomes. So what can we do to help those who have helped us?

Studies have shown Mindfulness to be the answer. This fundraising campaign’s goal is to raise enough money to give prepaid classes to police, firefighters and EMTs. Join us in making a difference to these brave men and women today.

Our Classes

100: Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation

Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation and Mindfulness in Daily Activities is a class that covers how to be mindful in meditation and outside of meditation.

101: MAPs I: For Daily Living

This class lays the foundation for students to understand basic principles of mindfulness, develop a personal meditation practice, and to apply the principles in their daily life on an ongoing basis.

Self Compassion

102: MAPS II – Cultivating Self Compassion

Mindfulness practices to work with self-critical thoughts, and self-compassion practices to nurture kindness and compassion for ourselves and others. 

MAPs II: Cultivating Positive Emotion

103: MAPS II – Cultivating Positive Emotions

Emphasizes on heart-based qualities that complement mindfulness and can be cultivated through meditation practices.

400s: Noble Eightfold Path

This will satisfy the interest and curiosity of those seeking a broader spiritual perspective beyond mindfulness. A rich exploration of study and practice.

700s: ADHD: Mindfully Focused and Attentive

Learn Mindfulness practices that are designed to improve the lives of people with ADHD.

Y100: Youth Mindfulness

Mindfulness leads to success in both school and life. Give your young adult the opportunity the be free from stress and anxiety at one of the most stressful times in anyone’s life.

Becoming Alive: One Year to Live

The Becoming Alive course is designed to provide the space and guidance for participants to understand life and the ending of life at a more intimate level and ways to enrich living.

Events & Retreats

Full-Moon-CircleMoonlight Meditation

Come join us in West Hills for a wonderful group meditation that takes place only once a month. Stay tuned for next month’s moonlight meditation.

Dr. Manijeh Motaghy

Joel McNenny

Daniel Davis

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Testimonials

imgres1Sharon

“Learning about the obstacles to being happy and being able to identify them when I am experiencing them has helped me feel more calm and peaceful. As a result, I am better able to identify when I am making a story out of my struggles (obstacles) and can release myself from being fixated (stuck) on their repetitive story. As a result, I am able to be present in the here and now rather than get carried away in the story or obstacle.”

imgres1Sharon

“Learning about the obstacles to being happy and being able to identify them when I am experiencing them has helped me feel more calm and peaceful. As a result, I am better able to identify when I am making a story out of my struggles (obstacles) and can release myself from being fixated (stuck) on their repetitive story. As a result, I am able to be present in the here and now rather than get carried away in the story or obstacle.”

imgres1Marilynn Record

“Somehow through the teachings and reinforcing the wisdom given in class I have been able to let go of the idea that I must suffer. I can see my reality in the moment and the ability to choose to not suffer which sometimes comes as a result of not wanting to see my reality and in my suffering my imaginings of the negative grow.

imgres1Randy Schultz

“Mindfulness has brought me a new level of calm!! Accepting what is. Bringing love and kindness to myself has given me a new found freedom”