After an uneventful road trip traveling I-80 across the southern plains of Wyoming! my wife and I clocked another 441 miles on the trusty Land Rover as we arrived in Ft. Collins, Colorado late yesterday.
Why Ft. Collins? Well, I was invited to deliver a Keynote to a room full of Brain Gym Instructors who have descended on the Colorado State University Campus for the 2012 Annual Brain Gym® Conference. I’m here to share our work at Advanced Brain Technologies and the benefits of sound brain fitness at my Friday morning presentation Healing at the Speed of Sound®.
Greatly looking forward to seeing old friends, meeting new ones, and listening to an exciting lineup of speakers including: Bill Huber the developer of Bal-A-Vis-X; Charles Krebs, creator of the Learning Enhancement Acupressure Program (LEAP); Nii Armah Sowah, director of the 1000 Voices Project, and Chris Brewer, musician, educator and founder of LifeSounds. It will be exciting to learn from this diverse group of experts who share a common interest in improving human performance through movement-based techniques.
In addition to speaking and learning we have a little fun planned too. Friday evening we are set to meet a friend for Tapas at Cafe Aion and to enjoy “Noises Off” at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival in Boulder, which according to Frank Rich of The New York Times is “The funniest play written in my lifetime.” Big conference dinner Saturday and on Sunday, more good times with great people in Boulder.
Back on the road Monday morning. Assuming the 441 miles home are uneventful I’ll let you know if Frank was right.