Monday Night Mindfulness Meditation Drop-in
Every Monday – 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM – $20 fee
Holidays Off: Presidents’ Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Christmas and New Years Day.
Holidays Open: Martin Luther King Day and Memorial Day.
Monday Night Mindfulness Meditation is a two-hour long group sit that will include guided meditation (sitting as well as walking), group discussion and a short talk. This is our longest running meditation group and has practitioners at different levels. The teacher for this sit will include Perfectly Here’s experienced teachers and mediators such as Dr. Manijeh Motaghy, Daniel Davis, Joel McNenny and other visiting teachers. We look forward to seeing you!
New Comer Orientation
If you are new to Mindfulness or meditation please arrive 15 minutes early and let someone know it is your first time with us or first time meditating. Someone will orient you to the basics of Mindfulness and the session’s process. We wish that after every meditation you leave with more joy, well-being, and success.
We recommend that beginners start by taking our UCLA MARC signature course, MAPS I to learn the knots and bolts of Mindfulness and meditation.
Our teachings are offered to transform the pain and suffering of our community into happiness and well-being. In the spirit of generosity and inclusiveness, we have kept the fee for these sitting groups small. No one is turned away for lack of funds. If you are unable to pay this fee please see your teacher to fill out a form and enjoy the session.
What to Bring:
We suggest wearing comfortable clothing. Chairs, floor cushions, and blankets are provided.
Location & Parking
Perfectly Here is on 19100 Ventura Blvd. Suite 5, Tarzana CA 91304 – 2nd floor to the left of IHOP, down the hallway, and passed the double doors, at the end of that hallway. Parking is free in the back across from the Tarzana Cultural Center. And free in the front. After 6pm there is no restriction of 30 minutes.
What to Bring
All you need is comfortable clothing. Chairs and cushions are provided.
All classes are taught in a context of a supportive community environment with classes no larger than 28 students.