Nenah Sylver, PhD
Writer, educator, artist and musician, Nenah Sylver has devoted her life to the exploration of healing on mental, emotional, physical and spiritual levels. Her early training in music led to subsequent studies in spirituality and physics—all complementary paths to her lifelong passion, the science of frequency. Starting as a young adult, Nenah worked for two decades as a singer-
For fifteen years, Nenah had a private practice in body-
Among other publications, Nenah’s writing credits on psychology, feminism, health and social change include The New Internationalist, Off Our Backs, Beiträge zum Werk von Wilhelm Reich (Contributions to the Work of Wilhelm Reich), and the anthologies Journeys of the Heart: Perspectives on Intimacy in America (Bruner-
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Perhaps Nenah is best known for her writing in the health field. In addition to articles in Natural Living Today and Natural Food & Farming, "Toxic Products, Deceptive Labels" appeared in Nexus in 2000. Dr. Sylver’s comprehensive book, The Holistic Handbook of Sauna Therapy, was published in 2004. In 2008, the two-
The author has appeared on the Pacifica radio station WBAI-
Nenah Sylver conducts educational seminars on holistic health and electromedicine (featuring Rife Therapy), and is a featured speaker at conferences on frequency therapies and holistic health all over the world. She loves hearing from other researchers, as well as from readers, whose stories of healing through the use of holistic modalities uplift and inspire her.