The Practice of Health Workshop

Building a Wellness Community




Ready to feel balanced, vital and healthy?

Join us for a day-long experience of the Practice of Health and learn new ways to create positive, lasting changes in your life and whole being.


This workshop, presented by Larry Jacobson and Pam Kramer, is based on the work of human potential visionary George Leonard and Michael Murphy, co-founder of Esalen Institute, and their creation of Integral Transformative Practice (ITP) in 1993.


A well-researched personal development program for all ages, ITP was designed to help people experience balance, optimal health and vitality in their lives. ITP practitioners and ITP groups are spread around the globe and are part of a growing global practice community.



  • Explore creating a Practice of Health ITP community dedicated to greater health and aliveness

  • Mindful movement, deep relaxation and time for personal reflection
  • Positive affirmations to move with the natural flow of life & greater vitality
  • Connections with others aspiring healthy growth and positive change


For more info and to RSVP, contact Larry Jacobson: or 206-232-6300




Pam Kramer, MS, is the ITP International president, an integral development teacher and Esalen Institute faculty member. An experienced trainer, counselor and coach for organizations over the past 40 years, such as Blue Shield of CA, Peet's Coffee & Tea and Stanford University, Pam guides people to experience a rich, vibrant life in refreshing, life-affirming ways using the principles and techniques of Integral Transformative Practice.


Larry Jacobson, LCSW, MPH, has more than 30 years of healthcare experience, including counseling, program development and administration. Larry has worked with organizations like Kaiser Permanente, Pacific Medical Center & Clinics, the Veterans Administration and United Healthcare. Passionate about helping consumers reach optimal health and navigate the complex healthcare system, he is currently developing an Eldercare Advocacy program.