The Peripatetic Life is about Building Yours,
Wherever it may Lead

Peripatetic comes from a Greek word that means "wandering about" or "traveling", but it is also the phrase used to describe Aristotle's philosophy. So it's more than getting lost, it's about discovery along the road. That's what our lives have been about. And we're guessing that's what yours is, too. 

Dr. Rowland and Roberto, one of those Hemingway characters who has seen more communist revolutions than Castro, spoke three slow languages, and didn't care what anyone told him about smoking. He was my chief audience as I practiced guitar in Chile. 

Dr. Rowland and Roberto, one of those Hemingway characters who has seen more communist revolutions than Castro, spoke three slow languages, and didn't care what anyone told him about smoking. He was my chief audience as I practiced guitar in Chile. 

The Peripatetic Life is based out the Riverwell Institute near Kansas City, Missouri, squarely in the center of the country. Life is a little bit quieter out here, but it helps to keep our costs down, which help you in turn save a little money. We're the capital of cow country, with fantastic BBQ, friendly folks, and the Missouri River valley, which is full of vineyards, rolling hills, and gorgeous scenic drives. You might not believe it, but it has a little bit of Germany, a little bit of England, and a little bit of Bolivia all packed into its hills, if you only know where to look.