writer, speaker, movement teacher

Frank Forencich is an internationally-recognized expert on health and human performance. As an engaging speaker and movement teacher, he brings a unique, "long body" perspective to the human predicament and offers practical solutions for some of the most pressing problems of our age.

B.A. Stanford University: human biology and neuroscience, 1979

Member: Council of Directors of the True Health Initiative

Black belt rank in karate and aikido

Contributor: Paleo Magazine 2012-2016

Travelled to Africa on several occasions to study human origins and the ancestral environment

Named by Experience Life magazine as one of “Five Visionaries leading the charge to better health, and a healthier world.”


Ancestral Health Symposium, 2016

Clif Bar, 2014

Ido Portal Movement Camp, Singapore 2013

Google, 2012

Ancestral Health Symposium, Harvard, 2012

Dr. Robert Conn Heart Conference, 2011

General Electric, 2011

Ancestral Health Symposium, UCLA, 2011

Stanford University Institute of Design: 2009 - 2011

TEDx: Pearl River, Hong Kong, 2010

See also: Honoring the Long Body: Exuberant Animal and the Deep Ecology of Being Human: Review of the October 2015 training in Leavenworth, WA: Paleo Magazine Online by Ray Sylvester

Frank with Kalahari bushmen in Southern Africa

Frank with Kalahari bushmen in Southern Africa

Ancestral Health Symposium 2012 "Ubuntu: a paleolithic perspective on human community and health"