Alter Nathan

member_234159182From an early age I made learning how to support the well being of this mind and body an integral part of life.

What to believe?

Scientists and researchers  continue to make discoveries that support approaches to health and wellness that at times are in opposition to current established or traditional practices.

I pursue  wellness  from a wide variety of sources and while I do not claim to be a writer of any authority and disclaim that “the information contained within this site is not offered or to be considered a substitute for professional medical advice or care”,  this site does contain some ideas around what I have found to be useful.


A bit about me:

About 30 years ago while attending school in Washington DC  I was introduced to the work of Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs by a teacher who invited me to attend workshops at the Adlerian Institute, sometime after I would be invited by the Montgomery County Mental Health Association to be trained as a facilitator in their “Middle Earth Youth Services” program. Somewhere around this time my older brother Alan upon returning from a trip to California would gift me a book by Ken Keyes Jr.

It was in 1988 that a program of mindfulness studies “Body Mind Living Love” at Ken Keyes College in Coos Bay,OR would attract me to the west coast and also gift me a new friend in a gracious enlightened “Janette” who would later welcome and support my bay area journey.

Along the way I’ve explored, sampled, gathered and integrated skills and practices from various modalities. While attending New College of CA I was challenged, supported and encouraged by professors Mildred Dubitzky,  Steven Ducat and Theresa Dickinson before receiving a bachelors degree with an emphasis in dance, social change and psychology. For the past three years I’ve been studying a neuroscience influenced mind healing technology created by Dr. Jon Connelly call RRT.
In shavasana (recently attended yoga teacher training with Yoga To The People SF).

When I’m not learning something old that might be useful or baking “noms” or busy in savasana, I practice a mind healing modality called Rapid Resolution Therapy.
I’m available for sessions in San Francisco by appointment.

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