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You’ll hear personal stories from pioneering business leaders who experienced unexpected adversity, moved forward with courage and integrity, and emerged even more committed to lead with passion and authenticity. Come pre- pared to be inspired, share your insights and experiences, and perhaps most of all, strengthen your resolve to lead with courage. This work- shop is open to business executives and commu- nity leaders, as well as activists and artists.


Greg Steltenpohl, founder and former CEO of Odwalla, Inc., values environmental sustainability, employee empowerment, creative corporate culture, and community-based marketing. Greg currently spearheads projects that bring value-added products from farm producers to the consumer.


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 business and driving a fundamental shift toward sustainability in the paper industry.


Drummond Pike is a philanthropist, activist, and social entrepreneur. In 1976 he founded Tides Foundation. Pike helped pioneer the practice of donor-advised funds in philanthropy.


Week of November 4–9


The Upledger Institute’s Visceral Manipulation 1 Dee Dettmann Ahern


Visceral Manipulation (VM) was developed by French osteopath and physical therapist Jean- Pierre Barral. It addresses functional and struc- tural imbalances throughout the body including musculoskeletal, vascular, nervous, urogenital, respiratory, digestive, and lymphatic dysfunc- tion. It evaluates and treats the dynamics of motion and suspension in relation to organs, membranes, fascia, and ligaments. VM increases proprioceptive communication within the body, thereby revitalizing a person and relieving symptoms of pain, dysfunction, and poor posture.


Course Highlights:


• Learn invaluable manual “Listening Techniques” developed by Jean-Pierre Barral to locate, evaluate, and normalize primary areas of dysfunction within the abdominal cavity


• Explore the dynamics of motion and suspension in relation to organs, membranes, and ligaments


• Examine the relationship of organs and structural or neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction


• Assess the quality of functional activity and somatic structures as they relate to an overall pattern


Prerequisite: Experience with sensitive, light- touch palpation.


Note: Registration for this workshop is through the International Alliance of Healthcare Educators (IAHE) only. IAHE is a coalition of curriculum developers united to advance innov- ative therapies through high quality continuing education programs. To register, please call 1- 800-311-9204. Only after you have registered with IAHE and paid tuition fees will you be able to reserve accommodations at Esalen. For accommodations pricing chart, see www.esalen.org/workshops/reservations.html.


Required Advance Reading: Barral, Visceral Manipulation; and either Netter, Atlas of Human Anatomy or Clemente, A Regional Atlas of the Human Body.


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


Dee Dettman Ahern, RPT, has been a manual physical therapist since 1978 and has studied with


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KODIAK GREENWOOD


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