ITP Practice Toolkit

The way to begin Integral Transformative Practice is simply to begin.

As you set off on this transformative journey, we’ve created a practice toolkit with resources and tools that will help you develop a deeper understanding of yourself and your vision for positive growth.

Click on the links below for exercises and information on the ITP core components to create your personal roadmap toward transformation.

Your Toolkit for Transformation

Human Potential - Healthy Mind Body Spirit

ITP Kata: The Tao of Practice

The Kata is a series of movements that exercise body, mind, heart and soul. Inspired by the martial art of aikido, yoga and strength training, this moving meditation activates all muscle groups and joints, as well as stimulates deep breathing and relaxation throughout the 45 minute series of movements.

Human Potential - Healthy Mind Body Spirit

Integral Transformative Practice Guide

To help you find clarity in your transformation, we’ve created an ITP practice guide with exercises and journal prompts to identify the changes you are seeking. After completing this guide you’ll have actionable steps to integrate into your personal practice.

Leonard Energy Training - Expand Human Potential

Leonard Energy Training

Leonard Energy Training exercises were developed by fifth-degree black belt sensei and ITP co-founder George Leonard and are based on the art and practice of aikido. LET provides a platform for increasing awareness, identifying reactive patterns and finding skillful means to respond under pressure in everyday life situations.

How to create positive affirmations

The Power of Affirmations

Affirmations are clear and concise statements focusing on your best conscious efforts on transformation of body, mind, heart, and soul. ITP practitioners make at least one affirmation every 6-12 months toward significant positive change within yourself. These affirmations are then integrated into your daily practice.

“The winds of grace are always blowing, but we have to raise our sails.”

Ramakrishna

For additional tools, make sure to browse our ITP Library and Resources!