Nathan Healey is a professional tennis player, coach of top-ranked professionals, and director of rackets at Radley Run Country Club, Pennsylvania. He spent more than 12 years as a professional touring player, achieving high rankings of 58 in doubles and 159 in singles. He also claimed three ATP doubles titles along the way. Healey's most notable wins included Andy Roddick, Robbie Ginepri, Fabio Fognini, Wayne Odesnik, and Jan Michael Gambill.
Healey was also an active player for the Philadelphia Freedoms in the World Team Tennis league since 2003. In 2009, Healey changed career paths, moving to coach former world number one Lleyton Hewitt, and assisting his ranking from outside 100 back inside the top 20. During this stint, Lleyton ended his 15 match losing streak against Roger Federer.
Nathan Healey is a regular practitioner of Transcendental Meditation, Bikram Yoga, and The Work of Byron Katie.