AMTA Oregon Annual Convention

April 6, 2019

April 7, 2019

9:00 am To 5:00 pm

National University of Natural Medicine, Southwest Porter Street, Portland, OR, USA




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Event Description

AMTA Oregon’s Annual Convention with Keynotes by Tara McManaway, Cynthia Price, and Michael Hamm!


AMTA Oregon

11912 SE Schiller St, Unit B

Mark Retzlaff


About the Instructor

Our instructors will be Tara McManaway, Cynthia Price, Fara Tucker, Michael Hamm, Adela Basayne, and Beckett Rowan. 

Registration Details

Visit our Eventbrite registration page! Our program will consist of short lectures and panel discussions in the morning, followed by your choice of workshop in the afternoon. 

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