Presenter: Marnie Loomis, ND.
Marnie Loomis is the director of Continuing Education and Alumni Affairs at National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM), the oldest school of natural medicine in North America. As a former adjunct faculty member at NCNM?s school of naturopathic medicine, Dr. Loomis is a popular speaker, appearing at numerous conferences and conventions. Prior to joining NCNM, she treated patients at her private practice clinic in Aloha, Oregon. She has been published extensively in Naturopathic Doctor News & Review.
Description: Come learn about holistic healing methods, prevention methods and general health tips from a naturopathic perspective. This workshop will specifically cover the following subjects:
-It's not the seed, it's the soil: increasing your immunity so you don't get sick
-Healthy practices for germ control
-Stress and how it affects your immune system
-Strategies for fighting infection and allergies (lifestyle, diet, treatment choices)
When: Tuesday May 5th, 2009
Where: Ondine Building, Room 220 (1912 SW 6th Avenue)
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Contact: Contact University Success if you have any questions at 503-725-9890 or firstname.lastname@example.org