For the Love of ITP 2021

Honoring Barry Robbins

Wednesday, May 5, 2021 from 4:30 - 6:30 PM PDT
Online Event via Zoom

Presented by ITP International

"Expect nothing, be ready for anything," George Leonard said. With the pandemic still with us, ITPI sends heartfelt wishes for your good health and wellbeing and extend a warm welcome to attend our annual For the Love celebration and benefit online. 
 
At our 8th annual For the Love of ITP, we will honor Barry Robbins for his tremendous contributions in helping build and nurture ITP to grow and evolve. Beginning in 1997 as the first Coordinator of Community ITP, Barry's belief in the power of the practice motivated him to help form multiple ITP groups across the country, train group leaders, co-lead numerous workshops with George Leonard at Esalen Institute and serve as ITPI vice president and Board member to this day. 

Collaborating with a small team in 2008, Barry was instrumental in helping shape the 10-year ITP Mastery program, continuing in his role as ITP Mastery teacher, member of the ITP teaching community and as co-leader of ITP San Francisco. His leadership of the ITPI Golf in the Kingdom fundraising event has stimulated hundreds of golfers and sports enthusiasts to experience the extraordinary on the greens and in everyday life - and also supported ITPI to thrive. We celebrate Barry's steadfast dedication to integral practice, community and his endeavors to create a sustainable world.

More than ever, we need to nurture and celebrate together as a community and welcome all to participate, contribute what you can or just be with us. Come share the experience of this uplifting gathering and celebration. What you can expect is laughter, music, dance and great spirit for all! 

Barry will be presented with the George and Annie Leonard Service Award for his profound dedication to ITP, ITP International and the wide world.

We encourage members and friends outside the SF Bay Area to share the experience of this uplifting gathering and celebration!

Event Details

Online celebration via Zoom on May 5 at 4:30 - 6:30pm PDT.

Contact Robert at robert@itp-international.org to be included in the welcome email that will be sent on May 4, including the Zoom link (we are not posting the link here to keep the event secure).

For the celebration, consider fixing yourself some hors d'oeuvres, your favorite beverage, even a full Mexican meal (it is Cinco de Mayo, after all!) and connect with us for this spirited evening program. All are welcomed!

Ways to partake in the Love

For the Love of ITP, in part, supports the expansion of our Integral Leadership program, designed for community leaders and helps ITPI offer our virtual trainings and other programs for members around the globe.

To help us awaken the world to its fullest potential through ITP, consider gifting what you are able.

Share photos you have of Barry or send in a poem or personal messages and good wishes for him. Please contact Robert with questions and what you are inspired to share. More details coming soon.

Thank you for your ongoing support, generosity and connection to the ITP community.

Event Honoree

Barry Robbins

Barry Robbins is Vice President of ITP International. He co-founded Community ITP in Mill Valley, CA, Palo Alto ITP and is co-leader of ITP San Francisco. Barry is an ITP Mastery teacher and leads workshops at Esalen Institute and other venues in the US. He is a former nationally ranked athlete and heads up the ITPI initiative in the field of sports. He has also taken a lead role in climate change.

 

This program is presented and sponsored by ITP International, a 501(c)3 educational non profit formed in 2005 to steward Integral Transformative Practice and the work of its founders, George Leonard and Michael Murphy.

Integral Transformative Practice (ITP) is a well-researched program designed to help people realize their greater capacities and awaken the world to its fullest potential. ITP supports positive growth and healthy change of individuals, groups and organizations through dedicated, comprehensive practice, over time.