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Aspen Snowmass premiers Mind Body Spirit video series

October 6, 2014, 12:45 pm

Aspen Snowmass premiers its three episode Mind Body Spirit video series today. Aspen Snowmass offers more than just some of the best mountains in the world, it’s a place that inspires and invigorates the mind, body and spirit. That’s the Aspen Idea – a concept that is meant to stir the soul, feed the flame and renew the spirit in the most stunning outdoor landscape.

aspen skiing company jobs fairThe 2014-15 Mind Body Spirit series brings the power of this place to life with a three episode series featuring 4-time X Games champion Gretchen Bleiler, world champion freeskier Torin Yater-Wallace and best-selling author Walter Isaacson. “Mind body spirit…I think it’s been kind of intertwined in Aspen’s history forever,” says Gretchen Bleiler, professional snowboarder. “But it is that concept that makes this place so special.”

Episode One: Stir the Soul

Gretchen Bleiler, the four-time X Games gold medalist, talks about how Aspen Snowmass prepared her for the world stage and why she learns something new every time she returns home to these mountains.

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Episode Two: Feed the Flame

Torin Yater-Wallace, a world-champion freeskier, shows us how to get the heart racing at Aspen Snowmass with everything from what motivates him, to the thrill of the X Games, to what it’s like growing up on some of the best terrain in the world. View here:

Episode Three: Renew the Spirit

Best-selling author and President of The Aspen Institute, Walter Isaacson discusses the moments, feelings and perspectives that make Aspen Snowmass much more than just a place on a map. View here:

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