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temple turned into a fixer-upper? Good news! You can change this course and re-fortify your foundation starting now. The key is to uncover the “what” and the “how” of healing and aligning your own body.


Come join us for a playful weekend of exploring proven self-help practices to release tension in your system. Incorporating the principles of yoga, chi gong, and pranayama, and therapeutic equipment such as foam rollers, medicine balls, and yoga straps, we will draw from various meth- ods of healing to help you regain balance and harmony in your body and mind. Come pre- pared to unwind and laugh, and to fill your tool- box with simple do-it-yourself tactics to maxi- mize your energy. It’s time to excavate the healer that lives inside of you. Arrive curious, depart aligned!


CE credit for nurses; see page 113. CE credit for bodyworkers; see page 113.


Harvey Deutch has been both a physical therapist and yogi for the past 25 years. His life path has blend- ed the intricate knowledge of movement with the practice of yoga. He is the owner and one of many


physical therapists at Red Hawk Physical Therapy in San Francisco.


Succulent Design Christina Dauenhauer


Containers can be elegant additions to any gar- den or patio. Here at Esalen, succulent plants thrive; this is a perfect place to garden with them. Containers of succulents are drought tol- erant, easy to maintain, and a great accent to Esalen’s gardens. In this workshop we will play with basic design principles, exploring shape, form, texture, color, and line. We will learn about propagation and care of succulents (they thrive in a wide range of climates), and each participant will create and take home two to three small container gardens. We will also replant a few raised beds at Esalen (around the art center) to explore succulent design in a larger space. I am collecting found containers for our use and feel free to bring your own smallish containers from home. This beginner course will give you tools to create your own inspired succulent containers and keep the spirit of Esalen alive at home.


($45 materials fee for 3 containers and plants, paid directly to the leader. More plants and


containers are available for an additional small fee.)


Christina Dauenhauer is a landscape designer and manager of the Esalen grounds crew. She grad- uated from The Art Institute of Chicago in 1993, in sculpture, and founded her own design/build land- scape company in Seattle. Her passion for design, rare plants, and found objects inspires her creative work.


The Leadership Clinic Gustavo Rabin


You may be familiar with tennis or golf clinics, intended to examine your game and help you improve it, but what about leadership? This workshop is designed to rapidly identify what may be limiting your leadership capability and pinpoint how to gain the competencies needed for the next stage of your personal and profes- sional journey. Through short “lecturettes” and discussion, we will review the principles of effective leadership, powerful communication, and how to build the executive presence needed


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