dean-garden-smileDr. Dean M. Nelson is a Doctor of Chiropractic and a Nationally Certified Acupuncturist. He is founder of WindHorse HealthCare, the Kailua Shambhala Meditation Center and author of Don’t Waste Pain. He has taught mindfulness meditation and human potential seminars for 35 years internationally.

He studied with the renown Tibetan Meditation Master Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche for 13 years, from 1974 until Rinpoche’s death in 1987. He has taught to as diverse of groups as first graders, Medical Doctors, Marines, Veterans and prison inmates.

He has been interviewed on T.V., radio and for the newspaper. Before his career in healthcare he was a professional dancer and holds an M.F.A. in Choreography from University of Utah and a B. A. from University of Hawaii. He has a son, is married and lives in Kailua, Hawaii.

 

Welcome To The Dr. Dean Hawaii Show

Loving Yourself, Your Mind

Mindfulness-MeditationMeditation is the practice of learning how to make deep friends with ourselves, really show up for our lives, open our hearts and have more fun altogether.
HealingHandHolistic healing is about not just seeing that the body is pain free and lasts on the planet for a long time, it’s about celebrating our lives and uplifting our worlds.

Latest Video Segments From The Dr. Dean Hawaii Show

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Dr. Dean Healing The World With Aloha

April 24th, 2015|0 Comments

One definition of Aloha is ‘sharing my highest breath or intentions/spirit with you, another simple one is love. If we start from the certainty that we are built from love, compassion and wisdom then our […]

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Reestablishing Value and Happiness In Our Lives

April 24th, 2015|0 Comments

Tittle this one Reestablishing value and happiness in our lives.  Depression and anxiety are partially a result of losing touch with our bodies, our world and basic human values of interconnectedness.” Earth’s resources are limited, […]

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Dr. Dean Hawaii – Offerings – Giving Thanks To Who Paved The Way

April 20th, 2015|0 Comments

Giving offerings of appreciation for our worlds is medicine, it’s good for our hearts and minds. Remembering how many people helped us in our lives, how many people taught us all kinds of things, what […]