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I'm helping people have a friendlier relationship with death and dying, while developing my intuition.
I have strong passions, and I especially love design. I strive to empower human beings who feel disempowered by their experience of pain.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I am good for a nice talk at a cafe, and can provide information or a tour of San Francisco. I love to help and answer questions!
I've made some fantastic friends through surfing and group events, it humbles me. The result of using CS is I just want to travel and couchsurf more, in the spirit of reconnecting with those people and making more amazing connections
I thrive on new friends. I'm also into running and cycling -- great ways to learn a new city! I'm into behavioral and social science and have lately been really into talking about (dis)Connectedness and technology+sustainability.
I'm into interactive art, meditation, yoga, martial arts, food (cooking and eating), and red wines.
- red wine
- massage therapy
- kite surfing
- martial arts
- social science
Music, Movies, and Books
Enter the Void -- intense, amazing film! Maybe too intense or cinematic for you...ask me about it and Connected: An Autobiography about Love, Death, & Technology that will make you think
Some favorite musicians: The Temper Trap, The Naked and Famous, Gold Motel, Broken Bells, Adele, LCD Soundsystem, Ray Charles, Justice, Daft Punk, Radiohead, The Beatles, RJD2
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Motorbiking Thailand and Myanmar, highly recommended over the bus for an immersive experience (if you are an experienced rider)
Teach, Learn, Share
Teach: cooking, San Francisco tips, Mac computer stuff, iPhone programming
Learn: Spanish, kite surfing, cooking, dancing, sketching, and massage therapy (I have intuition but want to learn technical skills)
What I Can Share with Hosts
I am very curious about everyone. We can record a beautiful audio or video interview, which you can keep to enjoy many years later, or even share with loved ones.
Countries I’ve Visited
Canada, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Myanmar, Nepal, Netherlands, Panama, Spain, Thailand, Uganda, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In