Consultative Gynecologist for Menopause and Sexual DysfunctionRead More
A leader in nutrition and research, a bestselling author, and an adjunct associate professor of medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
Oxford University-based field primatologist working on the evolutionary roots of social behavior in humans and other animals.Read More
Tony Buettner is a national spokesperson and senior leader at Blue Zones and brother of founder Dan Buettner. He is a former expedition member, explorer, and entrepreneur. To find the path to long life and health, Dan & Tony Buettner and their team study the world’s “Blue Zones,” communities whose elders live with vim and vigor to record-setting age. Tony shares the 9 common diet and lifestyle habits that keep these “Blue Zone” residents spry past age 100. He debunks the most common myths and offers a science-backed blueprint for the average American to live another 12 quality years. Tony helps build partnerships between states, communities and employers to bring health and longevity initiatives that have empowered and delivered measurable results in eight states and 30 communities across the country to date.
Psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, essayist, and poetRead More
Professor in Neurology Physiology and Psychiatry at the UC San FranciscoRead More
Research scientist, author and broadcaster based in Oxford.Read More
Inspirational leader, public speaker, coach and educator.Read More
A Physical Therapist, Certified Strength and Conditioning SpecialistRead More
Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience and Director of the Brain, Learning, Animation, and Movement Lab at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.Read More
Professor of neuroscience at University College LondonRead More
is a writer, yoga teacher and community organizer. She is founder of the Aspen Yoga Society, a nonprofit organization dedicated to uniting community through yoga and offering acts of Seva (service) for the greater good. She and her husband Jerry Murdock created and support the Mind, Body, Spirit Series at The Aspen Institute. Murdock holds a master’s degree in spiritual psychology with an emphasis on consciousness, health and healing from the University of Santa Monica and is a founding member of Dr. Deepak Chopra’s Self Directed Biological Transformation Initiative. She is also leading an initiative to create “The City of Wellbeing” in Aspen and The Chopra Center for Wellbeing in Aspen. Gina is an active board member of the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES), The Center for Living Peace in Orange County and Aspen and The Chopra Foundation. Gina is an International Editor at Origin Magazine, a contributor at Mantra Magazine, and an ambassador for the mobile well-being platform Jiyo. Gina lives by these mantras: “Let the beauty you Love, be what you do.” (Rumi) and “Be the change you wish to see in the world” (Gandhi) and “Woo-Hoo!” (Gina) aspencityofwellbeing.org , www.aspenyogasociety.org
M.D., Neurodiversity advocate, author, and orthopaedic surgeon.Read More
American practitioner of Vajrayana Buddhism.Read More
In 2010, Tara Sheahan founded Conscious Global Leadership, healping corporate and civic leaders make a positive shift through self awareness, meditation and a commitment to personal and business transformation is CGL's mission and vision. With a new curriculum called Breathelab -- breath work and music to entrain natural nasal breathing -- Tara partners with her musician son and youth activist Aidan, aka DJ Sunfeathr, and Dr. Mark Testa, holistic medicine and meditation expert to take the audience to a joyful place, one inhale and exhale at a time.
Her most valuable life training came through contracting Lyme disease in her mid-30’s. Losing the ability to walk, think, or function without pain, she searched for that ‘magic pill’ to cure herself, and discovered that true healing must happen through an understanding of the body/mind connection. She spent the next 15 years becoming an expert in the ‘art of inner listening,’ using meditation and mindfulness practices to understand how our thoughts influence our health, well-being and success. Sheahan recovered from chronic illness to nearly qualify for the 2006 Winter Olympic Games, at the age of 45.
Professor, University of Pittsburgh Brain InstituteRead More