Class Dates: Saturday & Sunday September 28-29, 2019
Times: 1:30-4:30 p.m. both dates
Instructor: Rebecca Love (6 CEUs, PDAs, CMEs)
Prerequisite: Open to licensed health care practitioners, massage therapists, yoga and pilates instructors, and other health care professionals who have had anatomy coursework (coursework does not need to be recent).
Description: Dr. Love offers a vibrant learning experience of the human body, and is sensitive to your concerns about mortality and the body as a vessel of the spirit. Class size is limited to ensure that each participant will have the opportunity to view and touch the cadavers while she narrates and answers questions. She will also tailor her instruction to specific individual interests wherever possible.
Register early - class size is limited to 12 participants.
Course notes: There will not be a formal break during the session. You are encouraged to bring a beverage or light snack that would be kept outside the lab for a personal break.
The class is held in the cadaver lab where the bodies are preserved with formaldehyde. Although the lab has excellent air ventilation and circulation, the university provides formaldehyde blocking respirators for class participants. Lab coats and nitrile gloves are also provided for personal protection.
Please wear: Comfortable shoes since you will be on your feet during the class hours.
Location: Bastyr University Kenmore Campus. Bastyr University is housed in an older facility with fluctuating interior temperatures; it is advisable to wear layers. Also, Bastyr is a “fragrance-free” campus.
Eligible for 6 CEUs, PDAs, CMEs, CPEUs, and/or CEs for the following professions:
Cancellation, transfer and refund policy can be found here.
Rebecca Love, DVM
Dr. Rebecca Love, DVM, is a professor at Bastyr University where she teaches courses in graduate and undergraduate gross and microscopic anatomy. She has 25 years of experience in anatomical dissection with 18 years teaching human dissection at Bastyr. Passionate about the art and science of the human body she guides naturopathic medical students through a year-long cadaver dissection program.
Additionally she teaches palpation anatomy to acupuncture, exercise science and massage students at Bastyr. And, through Bastyr’s Continuing Education program she conducts anatomy education to many other health-related professionals, including yoga teachers, Pilates instructors, massage therapists, nurses, military medics and acupuncturists.