Practical Clinical Skills in Nutrition, Hormones and Botanical Medicine
The Restorative Medicine Conference features two full days of educational sessions,
followed by two half days on the weekend with time for family fun, exploring, and socializing.
Day One (Thursday, Oct. 1)
Certification in T3 Therapy. By attending five lecture sessions on this day, medical providers can
obtain Certification in T3 Therapy. Take the certification exam at the end of the day and have new
tools to use Monday morning!
Full-Day Natural Hormone Intensive. Five sessions in one day with Jonathon Wright, MD, natural
hormone pioneer and Harvard graduate.
Day Two (Friday, Oct. 2)
Twelve different sessions where expert speakers present emerging research and up-to-date
protocols that empower you to effectively treat your patients.
The day is capped off by a social hour where you can catch up with friends and make new contacts.
Day Three (Saturday, Oct. 3)
A half-day of sessions in the morning, and free time in the afternoon. The evening's highlight is a
Kava Kava Party and a bonfire.
Optional Half-Day Botanical Medicine Intensive with David Winston, RH(AHG), an internationally
known lecturer, author and ethnobotanist.
Day Four (Sunday, Oct. 4)
Four one-hour sessions in the morning. The conference ends at 12:30, but if you don't need to get
back to the office right away you can stay longer to enjoy more golf, paddling, birdwatching, and
other fun activities.
The 2015 Restorative Medicine Conference is being held at
the Semiahmoo Golf Resort & Spa in Blaine, Washington.
The 212-room scenic resort is located on Semiahmoo Bay
with views of majestic snowcapped mountains.
There's plenty of fun activities for you and your family to
do, including kayaking, biking, fishing, and of course golf!
Rooms are available at the Semiahmoo Resort at the group
rate of $179 a night, water view rooms are available for
$199 a night.
Ground Transportation Options
The resort is about half an hour north of Bellingham,
Washington. It is one hour south of Vancouver, British
Columbia and about two hours north of Seattle, Washington.
The easiest way to get there is to use the conference's direct
shuttle transportation to and from Seattle's airport, available
for just $65. You'll be able to add this transportation to your
itinerary during the conference registration process.
If you would rather drive yourself, rental cars are available
at Bellingham International Airport (BLI), which is about 23
miles from the hotel, or Vancouver's airport (YVR), which is
about 35 miles from the hotel.