The Andrews University Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary in Berrien Springs, Michigan is sponsoring a Natural Remedies and Hydrotherapy Workshop August 4-9. The focus will be on the skillful use of natural remedies, water and nutrition in times of illness and health. The workshop is limited to 60 participants so early registration is encouraged. (Registration closes July 24.)
A number of health and wellness professionals will be presenting: Winston Craig, chair of the Department of Public Health & Wellness at Andrews University; Gerard Damsteegt, workshop director, MPH, RD, Andrews University; Vicki Griffin, Michigan Conference Health Department; Don Miller, ND, Uchee Pines Institute; David DeRose, MD, Weimar Center for Health & Education; and David Village, MSPT, Andrews University.
This five-day workshop involves 30 hours of lectures and demonstrations, along with labs focusing on how to treat the common cold or fever; charcoal therapy; use of garlic and other medicinal herbs; treating sprains and strains; hydrotherapy and the immune system; and much more.
Pastors and their spouses, health professionals and those interested in natural remedies or hydrotherapy are encouraged to attend. The workshop fee is $350. Repeat attendees and spouses are entitled to a 50 percent workshop fee discount (labs only if not full).
For more information, visit www.andrews.edu/go/nrhw/ or e-mail email@example.com.