UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center Classes

Noah Teaches UCLA's flagship six-week introduction to mindfulness class series live online. Noah offers classes that are open to the general public as well as classes for specific organizations, audiences and businesses.  These classes are great for total beginners with no mindfulness experience. Jumpstart your mindfulness practice with UCLA's Mindful Awareness Practices 1 (MAPs 1).

upcoming classes

  • MAPs 1 for Social Workers in Hawaii: August 28 - October 2

Continuing Education credits (CEs) are available for psychologists and nurses. The cost for the CEs is $50. Please see the link below for details.

"Noah Pomeroy is an extremely effective and particularly accessible mindfulness guide. For a week-long backpacking trip in Montana, he served as a backcountry mindfulness guide for four adult leaders (including myself), as well as nine high school students. Under his guidance, our intergenerational team became profoundly grounded in the wilderness, connecting to the natural world, to one another, and to ourselves in ways none of us had previously experienced. His matter-of-fact, practical approach was welcome and refreshing to those of us who previously viewed mindfulness as best defined by “breathy aloofness.” Noah is quite the opposite--he is down to earth, funny, and open. Most importantly, he models a thoughtful vulnerability and a clear-minded intentionality that is absolutely invaluable to our growth as humans. "

--Christina Hoe, Director of Experiential Learning, Le Jardin Academy

testimonials

"Noah Pomeroy is an extremely effective and particularly accessible mindfulness guide. For a week-long backpacking trip in Montana, he served as a backcountry mindfulness guide for four adult leaders (including myself), as well as nine high school students. Under his guidance, our intergenerational team became profoundly grounded in the wilderness, connecting to the natural world, to one another, and to ourselves in ways none of us had previously experienced. His matter-of-fact, practical approach was welcome and refreshing to those of us who previously viewed mindfulness as best defined by “breathy aloofness.” Noah is quite the opposite--he is down to earth, funny, and open. Most importantly, he models a thoughtful vulnerability and a clear-minded intentionality that is absolutely invaluable to our growth as humans. "

--Christina Hoe, Director of Experiential Learning, Le Jardin Academy

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