ATLANTA—There is now less than one month remaining before the Green Spa Network 10th Anniversary Congress, the only spa industry event dedicated to sustainability education and inspiration. With the theme of “Inspire Action and Create Community through Storytelling,” the Congress with take place at the award-winning Carmel Valley Ranch, March 11 to 14.
The facilitator for the event will be Bill Reed, AIA, LEED; Principal, Regenesis Group. Reed is an internationally recognized practitioner, teacher, and authority in integrative systems design, sustainability, and regenerative community planning and implementation. Regenesis is an organization working to lift human activities into full integration and evolution with living systems. His work centers on creating and implementing a whole and living-systems engagement and design process; realizing exponential value to the qualities of life within projects, communities and their ecosystem. He is also a co-author of the seminal work, “Integrative Design Guide to Green Building” and a founding Board of Director of the U.S. Green Building Council.
Keynote Speakers Announced
Keynote speakers will include: Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith, Founder, Agape International Spiritual Center; Josiah Cain, Director of Innovation, Sherwood Design Engineers; and Celia Hoffman, Associate Director, The Goodman Center.
A unique gathering in the spa industry, GSN’s Congress creates an environment for professional and personal exploration through quality education, collaborative sessions, and networking.
Convening at Carmel Valley Ranch, located in the sunny foothills of the Santa Lucia Mountains, Congress will offer attendees a multitude of adventures and excursions. As a camp-inspired resort, Carmel Valley Ranch encourages a playful connection to nature and each other.
The three-day GSN Congress event is designed to be an interactive experience providing attendees with the inspiration and supportive community necessary for taking action to support sustainable businesses, people, and planet.