Thursday, October 16, 2014
Students peak out of hydrotherapy tub

A new campus lab helps students learn a therapy that harkens back to the roots of naturopathic medicine.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

We associate seasonal allergies with springtime, but fall allergies can be just as troublesome. Learn about nettle tea and other natural treatments.

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Students and visitors talk at campus admissions fair

Some questions you may find useful in considering a study program.

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Upcoming Events

Oct 21

Aljoya Thornton Place invites the public to a free, two-part wellness lecture series featuring Bastyr University faculty members.

Oct 22

Reservations are required for the next conversation about death at Bastyr Center for Natural Health, focusing on advanced health care directives.

Seattle Clinic
Oct 24

Zero Balancing (ZB) is an innovative, holistic and powerful hands-on method for integrating the body’s energy and structure. Developed by Dr. Fritz Smith MD, osteopath and acupuncturist, ZB integrates Western concepts of anatomy with Eastern principles of energy flow through the bones and joints of the body. Interruptions to this flow can result from physical, mental or emotional disturbances. ZB mobilizes held energy at the bone layer thus releasing held tensions in the more superficial tissues and layers of the body/mind and throughout the entire system.

This course will present the foundational aspects of Zero Balancing through lecture, discussion, and hands-on practice. As a stand alone therapy, or an adjunct to other types of treatment, ZB techniques learned in this seminar can immediately be incorporated into a health care practice, as well as used by the general public with family and friends.
Oct 24, Fri, to Oct 26, Sun: Fri, 1-8:30 p.m., Sat and Sun, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Instructor: Michael Oruch. (23 CEUs, PDAs, CMEs)

Kenmore Campus
Oct 25

Those who have completed the Essential Skills in Comprehensive Energy Psychology Level 1 can continue their training to learn advanced applications of the six-step CEP model. Learn how to customize treatment sequences so that your clients’ positive outcomes are maximized. You will refine techniques to work with the acupuncture meridians, as well as integrate with the treatment models used with chakra and biofield systems interventions. Additionally, learn how to use CEP for building positive states and for practitioner self care.
Oct 25 to 26, Sat-Sun, 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Instructor: Stephanie Eldringhoff. (12 CEUs)

Kenmore Campus
Oct 25

The hardware of your physical body is a mirror reflection of the health of your energetic body which stores within its software a complete record of everything you have ever experienced. Discover how to improve the quality of your energy body so the genes for health and longevity can be expressed. Your thoughts and perceptions inform your genetic code. It is through the language of your thoughts that you create the story of your life. Rewrite the program for dis-ease and dysfunction by sourcing from a place of health and harmony. Oct 25-26, Sat-Sun, 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Instructor: Lauren Nalder. (14 CEUs)

Kenmore Campus
Oct 28

Learn how to curb your cravings during the most tempting time of the year!

Seattle Clinic
Oct 30

Learn responsive birth support in 4 days. Team-taught by world class faculty since 1988.
Thursday - Sunday, October 30-November 2, 2014
Register by Monday, September 29 at 3pm for $50 off
**Claim the early registration discount by phone only- Call 425-602-3361 to register**

San Diego Campus

Who Are We?

A regionally accredited, globally respected institution of natural health arts and sciences, Bastyr University is improving the planet through innovative education, research and clinical service.

Mother and child play in infant massage training workshop.

Touch is our first language in life. It is the most developed sense at birth and the last to leave us when we die.

Bastyr University seal

As President Daniel K. Church, PhD, completes his final year at Bastyr, we begin the search for a new University leader.