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Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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Master’s programs in public health, maternal-child health and nutrition prepare students to create systemic change.

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Monday, November 17, 2014

Learn about the benefits of eating probiotics such as fermented foods, and why the market for this smelly business is growing so rapidly in a short video featuring Bastyr University faculty Kelly Morrow, MS, RD, CD.

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Thursday, November 13, 2014
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New externship site lets students study ayurveda in its native land.

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Upcoming Events

Dec 04

Innovative Approach to Leading Successful Support Groups in Your Community.
Thursday-Saturday, December 4-6, 2014
Thursday-Friday: 9am-5pm.
Saturday: 9am-4pm.
$569
~Registration Full~

Kenmore Campus
Dec 05

Explore the therapeutic properties of essential oils for the physical and emotional health, as well as protection of the human body. Dec 5, Fri, to Dec 7, Sun: Fri, 4-8 p.m., Sat and Sun, 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Instructor: Jimm Harrison. (17 CEUs, PDAs, CMEs)

Kenmore Campus
Dec 06

Craniosacral techniques are safe and easy to use. Craniosacral therapy brings balance and improves health by working with the structures around the central nervous system (i.e., bones of the spine and skull), as well as the fascia system (the continuous membrane throughout our entire body). Learn how to feel the craniosacral rhythm that permeates all parts of the body, and use techniques to work with muscles, joints, arms and legs, as well as several key areas in the abdomen and chest. This class has been created due to the numerous requests from those who wish to use these techniques with friends and family, but who aren’t eligible to take our craniosacral courses offered to health practitioners. Dec 6-7, Sat-Sun, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Instructor: Nancy Witt and Einat Arian. (14 CEUs)

Kenmore Campus
Dec 06

During the winter months do you or your patients feeling gloomy, depressed, or out of sorts? Lacking the zip to move forward? Join this informative class that will give you tools to battle Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Learn natural techniques for yourself or your patients, from ancient to state-of-the-art, which include light therapy, meditation, diet, and plant-based formulas. These natural methods for coping with SAD will enhance the mood and sense of well-being.
Dec 6, Sat, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Instructor: K.P. Khalsa. (4.5 CEUs, PDAs, CMEs)

Kenmore Campus
Dec 06

Learn how to make your own unique herbal gifts at a free workshop.

Seattle Clinic
Dec 07

Confused by the bewildering array of dietary supplements on the shelf? Is watching health shows on TV like drinking from a fire hose? Even health care professionals with extensive training may not have time to keep up with the latest breakthroughs. In this seminar we will look at some of the basic supplements that most people need, who should take them and why. This information is ideal for health professionals in advising their patients, as well as for anyone seeking to support their general health. Dec 7, Sun, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. K.P. Khalsa. (4.5 CEUs, PDAs, CMEs)

Kenmore Campus
Dec 10

Described by birth advocates as a “game changer” for birthing families and the professionals who care for them, join us to learn about the controversy and about how the guidelines may impact you and your practice.
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
11am-12:30pm PST
$49

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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.

Jam in jars

Making your own holiday gifts is a fun, unique way to spread holiday cheer while staying on budget.

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