ND Mini Camp Offers a Full Immersion Experience Within the Field of Naturopathic Medicine

Students in class at Bastyr

Kenmore, WA (July 2018) – Bastyr University will host its 2nd annual ND Mini Camp July 22-27th, 2018 at its Kenmore campus and invites those considering a degree in naturopathic medicine to attend.  Campers will spend five days immersed in the culture of Bastyr, participating in hands-on events such as Qi Gong, Hydrotherapy, Homeopathic First Aid, a tour of campus amenities and more.   

Led by distinguished professors from Bastyr’s Naturopathic Medicine department, campers will also explore the many different modalities used in naturopathic medicine, such as physiology, pathology and diagnosis. The five-day program follows major themes of the naturopathic medicine curriculum including wellness, disease and diagnosis, tools for restoring health and wellness, and patient care.  

“This is a wonderful opportunity for individuals interested in naturopathic medicine to receive a crash course with some of the finest, most distinguished leaders in the field,” says Arianna Staruch, ND, Dean of the School of Naturopathic Medicine. “We are thrilled to share our curriculum in this special way and we hope to inspire students to pursue a career in natural medicine.” 

Participants who attend the ND Mini Camp and enroll as full-time students at Bastyr University will receive an incoming student scholarship of no less than $1,000. 

For more information about ND Mini Camp or to register, visit http://www.ndcamp.org/.  


About Bastyr: 

Bastyr University is a nonprofit, private university offering doctoral, graduate and undergraduate degrees, with a multidisciplinary curriculum in science-based natural medicine. Recognized globally for its rigorous curriculum and strong research, the 40-year-old University has two campuses, one in Kenmore, Washington, and the other in San Diego, California. Bastyr's international faculty educate future leaders in the natural health arts and sciences, with an emphasis on integrating mind, body, spirit and nature. For more information please visit: http://www.bastyr.edu/  


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