Join us in practicing the ITP Kata together on Mondays and Thursdays. This offering, led by ITP teachers, is extended to members of our community and newcomers to provide connection, support and sustenance. What's great about the Kata is that you can practice it anywhere, in this case, the comfort of your own home.
If you are not a current member or new to ITP and you would like to receive reminders for our weekly Kata sessions, click here and sign up for our weekly Kata announcements.
We will be using Zoom video conferencing for these sessions, and ask that you come online a few moments before start time to adjust your viewing option (speaker or gallery) and check sound. We ask that you mute your audio during the session to offset any background noise. It is our intention to create a sanctuary of safety, peace and joy.
Join the Monday morning session at 8:00–9:00 am Pacific Time:
Meeting ID: 841 2165 0695 | Password: 669442
Join the Monday afternoon session at 4:00–5:15 pm Pacific Time:
Meeting ID: 559 417 7946 | Password: ITP
Join the Thursday afternoon session at 4:30–5:45 pm Pacific Time:
Meeting ID: 104 288 661 | Password: 098767
Note: For current ITPI Members, links for the online weekly katas are also listed on the member resources page for your convenient access (login to view).
After the Kata (click for description), we continue with a 15-minute period of personal sharing about your experience of the Kata, your practice and anything else you wish to share. Click here for ITP Personal Sharing Guidelines.
See you online!
ITP Kata Leaders & Hosts - partial list
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.