Begin Your Practice

To empower your evolution of body, mind, heart and soul, it’s helpful to understand the key practices of ITP, designed to help you achieve your long-term goals for healthy transformation.

As you begin your journey, it’s also important to be familiar with two overarching principles to guide you as an ITP practitioner:

ITP isn’t a quick-fix approach and you are your own authority.

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.
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.
Welcome

Welcome to the ITP Community

There’s a profound value of an Integral Transformative Practice community in fostering lifelong learning and growth. It can create the context and confidence for your ongoing evolution, and create a close-knit network of people to celebrate with throughout the journey.

“Just to consider getting started expands your vision and lifts your spirit. Taking the all-important first steps with a sincere heart can be a sort of enlightenment.”

George Leonard