Remembering John Ackerman

By Ruth Ackerman John Ackerman, an early practitioner and advocate of the NADA protocol, died August 2, 2020 after a long struggle with Lewy Body Dementia in Santa Barbara, California. Growing up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, John completed his undergraduate studies at the...

Cherokee Healer Who Touched Many Lives: Arlo Orian Starr

By Phyllis Spears Some individuals come into our lives and change it, change us. We don’t even know or feel this change happening, it’s so subtle. We are encouraged, opened up, asked to take a leap of faith. So, in spite of our fear or struggle, we do it! And we begin...

Statement of Solidarity with the AAPI Community

NADA stands in solidarity with the AAPI community to #StopAsianHate. We send our love and support to our AAPI members. The NADA protocol is a tool of community wellness and liberation, which is a practice rooted in traditional East Asian lineages. We are indebted to...

Remembering Victorina Molitas Ducat

By Joan Palaci Joan Palaci is an acudetox specialist in the Cordillera region of the Philippines. Victorina Molitas Ducat, Vicky or Doc Vicky to those who knew her, served the Cordillera region of the Philippines and other far-flung communities, first as a dentist and...