Help Us Return to Meeting In-Person: Register for Sedona Before June 1
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Annual Restorative Medicine Conference! We have taken a two-year hiatus from getting together in a gorgeous natural setting because of the pandemic, and now many of us are looking forward to again meeting in-person and being part of the community we have built over the years. We're planning to meet in beautiful Sedona, Arizona on September 15-17 for three days of sharing knowledge and networking. For those who can't join us in Sedona, we'll also be providing online access to the presentations.
We acknowledge that attending a conference in-person is more expensive (with additional costs such as air travel and hotel rooms), and that watching from home in your pajamas can be tempting. We think personal interactions and connections made with conference faculty and fellow attendees who are also on-site are worth it! However, we need to reach a minimum number of Sedona registrations to go forward with the in-person portion of the conference. So, at least 125 attendees must sign up for the in-person conference by the early bird deadline of June 1.
We hope to make the in-person conference happen this year, as we dearly would love to continue our tradition of meeting with colleagues face-to-face. If you would also like to meet again in-person, don't buy your plane tickets just yet, but do make your conference registration before June 1. If we don't reach the minimum number of Sedona attendees by June 1, we will transfer everyone already registered to the virtual event and offer a full refund if someone who signed up for Sedona does not want to attend virtually instead.
Yours in health,
Michaël Friedman, ND AARM Executive Director and Founder