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workshop is open to established and emerging business and non-profit leaders, as well as those in transition. It’s a great opportunity for those interested in bringing more purpose, creativity, innovation, and effectiveness into their profes- sional lives.


Jeff Mendelsohn founded New York Recycled Paper in 1991, and New Leaf Paper in 1998. He has focused his career on building a highly successful green busi- ness and driving a fundamental shift toward sustain- ability in the paper industry.


Mike Hannigan is president and cofounder of Give Something Back, California’s largest independent business-to-business office supplier. Founded in 1991, GSB donates its profits to community organizations.


Margot Fraser founded Birkenstock USA in 1966. Her focused and innovative management style turned Birkenstock USA into a company with more than $100 million in annual revenues. She coauthored Dealing with the Tough Stuff in 2009, with Lisa Lorimer.


Open Your Heart and Reclaim Your Health


Eva Selhub


Fear, anger, and anxiety that go on for too long can lead to a list of debilitating ailments that are


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so common we assume they are unavoidable: insomnia, heart disease, arthritis, gastrointesti- nal problems, and more. The key to reversing the negative impacts of stress and reclaiming our health is simple: love. Love sets off a series of physiological events in the body that help us adapt to life’s challenges, stop and reverse dis- ease, maintain health, and make it easier for our bodies to improve rather than deteriorate with age.


Eva Selhub, MD, provides a practical framework to rid the body of the ravaging effects of these stressors, overcome hurtful past life events, and shape an empowered personal future. The Love Response® addresses how to change the body’s physiology quickly and lastingly through the deliberate evocation of biochemical reactions that counteract the unhealthy effects of fear and stress. This allows us to experience the myriad health benefits of nature’s own antidote: love and affection.


Recommended reading: Selhub and Infusino, The Love Response.


CE credit for nurses; see page 113. CE credit for MFTs and LCSWs; see page 113.


Eva Selhub, MD, is board certified in internal medi- cine and trained in Eastern medical practices. A clini- cal associate of the Benson Henry Institute for


Mind/Body Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital, she has a private practice and is an instruc- tor at Harvard Medical School.www.thelovere- sponse.com and www.drselhub.com.


Magic and Music in the Gardens Joanna Claassen & Banana Slug String Band


Celebrate summer in the land of rejuvenation with a unique collaboration between the world- renowned Banana Slug String Band and Esalen’s Gazebo Park School environmental education teachers. We will use music, theater, puppetry, poetry, arts, and games to deepen our connec- tion to this magical earth. The program will cul- minate in a performance by the budding chil- dren stars and the Banana Slug String Band. Together we’ll create a community of families to laugh, connect, and renew as we explore dance, family yoga, harvesting and eating delicious organic food, hiking among the redwoods on the Esalen grounds, a night walk, stargazing, and plenty of time to soak in the baths. We will watch the sun set on the ocean bluff and feed the goats and chickens at Gazebo Park School. You’ve been busy all year; take the time to drop into your sense of wonder and reestablish your loving bond with each other and the earth. This workshop is open to children of all ages.


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