Greg Poshman
    Greg, Piktin County Commissioner, was born and raised in Aspen. Greg’s parents started a ski lodge and his father was the sole operator of the Aspen Chamber of Commerce in the early 1950s. Greg has a Civil Engineering degree from the University of Colorado, with minors in business and filmmaking. Over the course of his career Greg won 3 National Television Emmy awards for Directing and Camerawork. Greg served on the boards or advisory boards of local non-profits, the Aspen Public Radio advisory board and the Pitkin County Healthy Rivers and Streams Advisory Board. In 2018 Greg received the Colorado National Philanthropy Day Award for his work on building the New Westsprings Psychiatric Hospital. Greg Poschman lives with his wife Maureen and twin daughters, who attend Aspen High School.

    Jayne Gottlieb
    Jayne is a potent, fun, free-spirited and powerful creatrice. She is a yoga/meditation teacher, business owner and entrepreneur, conscious business consultant and mind, body, spirit coach who encourages personal growth, elevates physical and emotional health, and inspires positivity as a lifestyle.
    Currently, Jayne is the owner and visionary behind Aspen’s leading destination yoga/mindfulness studio and extraordinary living center, Aspen Shakti. Shakti is not only the most welcoming of yoga studios, but also extraordinary in its modeling of what powerful and positive influence a business can have on a community. Jayne is a dedicated practitioner as well as the creator of the Shakti Yoga Method and Shakti Buddhi Yoga. She embodies what she teaches and leads/inspires students with the same drive and encouragement she gives herself. She spends much of her time running Aspen Shakti and igniting higher consciousness in her current home, Aspen, Colorado.

    Sean Van Horn
    Extreme Athlete & Mental Health Advocate

    Enhance your ability to be resilient to future challenges.

    October 22nd, 2019
    The Wheeler Opera House Aspen
    5:30 – 7:30pm

    PLAY relieves stress, improves brain function, strengthens relationships and your connection to others while stimulating your mind and boosting creativity.


    This annual symposium focuses on providing education and strategies on how to use neuroscience to change brains, and change lives.