About Community School of Natural Therapeutics

Mission Statement: The mission of the Community School of Natural Therapeutics is to provide classes to people from all walks of life, in all aspects of the theory and practice of natural therapeutics. Our goal is to re-empower and inspire individuals in the health and wellness of themselves, their families, and their communities. Our hope is that this positively influences the health and wellbeing of our planet.

What We Do

Currently, most of our classes are presented in the North Seattle area. We offer classes in herbalism, hydrotherapy, nutrition, homeopathy, Western life science, and healthy living.

Our flagship classes are in Kneipp Therapy, the foundation for most Western holistic therapies. Every Spring, we offer a 2 week courses in Bad Worishofen Germany. This course is open to all practitioners, and may count for continuing education credits, depending on your professional requirements in your state, province or country. Please see individual class pages for more information.

We also offer support to the vitalistic naturopathic community. For a nominal fee we provide group mentoring to young NDs on a monthly basis. We also offer classes on vitalistic naturopathic philosophy and case management.

Our instructors are all accomplished in their fields and hold advanced degrees. Most have taught university level classes, and delight in teaching the public as well!

Please consult our class pages for more information!

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  • “Dr. Welliver … has a contagious love & passion for Naturopathic medicine. She is constantly learning, evolving and sharing which is crucial for her role as an elder in the Naturopathic community. She works with patients through the foundations of health by supporting the vis through nature cure practices and is a roots Naturopathic Physician. It is a true pleasure to get to work with Dr. Welliver and learn from her as I grow.”

    — Dr. Alicia, Winlock, WA