Mindful Awareness Practices (MAPs II)
Mindful Awareness Practices (MAPs) II:
Cultivating Positive Emotions
(formerly Finding Happiness)
This MAPs II class is a wonderful next step and complement to our mindfulness practice. In this class we focus on cultivating feelings that add up to a deeper kind of happiness…that comes from developing increased awareness of kindness, compassion, equanimity (even-mindedness), joy, generosity, and gratitude. During this class we’ll cover mindfulness meditation, and new meditations and practical strategies that help us to access our positive emotions even when in stressful situations.
This class can’t help but be uplifting and engaging, and is sure to bring new perspective to all aspects of your life. You will find this to be a valuable and relevant means to living a more satisfying and mindful life.
Each class is a dynamic, interactive combination of lecture, practice, and group feedback and discussion. MAPs is taught in a context of a supportive community environment with classes no larger than 30-40 students. Daisy Swan will be leading this class series; she has years of personal experience practicing mindfulness, and teaching it.
* Prerequisite: MAPs I or equivalent
If you have not taken a MAPs I class at MARC, please email us a brief description of you equivalent experience to firstname.lastname@example.org before class start date.
MAPs classes meet weekly for two (2) hours per week for six (6) weeks.
These six-week class series’ are open to the public and to all UCLA staff, faculty, and students. MAPs is helpful for people of all backgrounds and religions. These classes are suitable for ages 16 and over.
Dates / Time: Tuesdays, beginning November 14th, for 6 weeks
Regular Price: $200
UCLA Staff/Senior (65+ yrs)/UCLA FiftyPlus: $165
UCLA Students: $65