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12204 NE 124th Street, Kirkland, WA, US, 98034

  • Phone: (425) 821-8300
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"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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»Doterra Physician Symposium - Seattle

March 03, 2015 6:00 PM

Come learn from industry-leading medical and research experts, including Dr. David K. Hill, on how essential oils can bridge the gap between the clinical setting and your home. Find out more about important aspects of holistic wellness including informed self-care, physician care, and the role of dōTERRA in your personal health. This event is open and free to all that wish to attend. Space is limited, so please register early. The doTERRA Physicians Symposium will go from 6:00pm - 9:00pm on Tuesday, March 3. PRESENTER BIOS   Dr. David K. Hill   Dr. Hill, a Chiropractic Physician, and Chief Medical Officer at doTERRA, is a dynamic leader in the field of integrative medicine with special expertise in the use and application of essential oils. Driven to seek alternative solutions to health, Dr. Hill devotes his time to extensive research and study in the area of natural medicine, more specifically essential oils and their extraordinary healing powers. Dr. Brannick Riggs, MD Dr. Brannick Riggs has been practicing medicine for 13 years. In 2001, he graduated from the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson while receiving some of his training in complementary and alternative medicine. He specializes in Family medicine and is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians. He currently practices in Utah and enjoys using the oils in his home and integrating them into his practice to bless the lives of his patients. Dr. Riggs is currently partnering with doTERRA in an effort to provide volunteer service with essential oils and hospice. Dr. Paul Winterton, MD Ddr. Paul W. Winterton is a Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon. He earned his medical degree from Harvard Medical School in 1993 and completed his Orthopedic Surgical Residency at the Mayo Clinic in 1998. Following residency, he completed two fellowships at The Institute For Bone and Joint Disorders in shoulder and knee reconstructive surgery/sports medicine, as well as foot and ankle reconstruction in Phoenix, Arizona. Currently, Dr. Winterton serves on the Board of Councilors for The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. For a number of years he has advocated the integration and practical use of essential oils in his practice. As a member of the Scientific Advisory Board for dōTERRA, he is currently researching the basic science, cell biology, and clinical application of essential oils. He is a strong proponent of the practical use of essential oils and dietary supplements in the home, as well as in the traditional western medical clinical setting, particularly with regard to bone and joint well-being. Nicole Stevens, MSc   Nicole Stevens is an essential oil enthusiast with a professional desire to increase the credibility and the scientific understanding behind natural products. She has been researching the various properties of essential oils for much of her career.   Nicole earned her undergraduate and Masters degrees at Brigham Young University. Her Masters Thesis was entitled Bioassays to Determine Anti-Cancer Activity of Essential Oils. For that project, nearly seventy essential oils and oil blends were tested against five different types of cancer in vitro.   In 2003, Nicole began working at the UNLV Cancer Research Center and completed a project looking at the possibility of using essential oils in a process called photodynamic therapy. This is a procedure that uses targeted photosensitizing chemicals and specific wavelengths of light to destroy cancer cells.   From 2009 2010, Nicole worked at the University of Utah. There, she completed a study analyzing the effectiveness of dōTERRA® essential oils against various microbial pathogens including Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumonia.

11100 Northeast 6th Street
Bellevue, WA 98004

»Pmp® Certification Exam Boot Camp Seattle (03/02 To 03/05)

March 03, 2015 8:00 AM

99% Pass Rate | Money-back Guarantee* | Guaranteed to Run The PMP Certification Training Seattle course is an intense four-day, in-person class specifically developed to help project management professionals garnish the necessary edge to pass the PMP® exam. Course subject matter has been intelligently selected from the 5th version of the Project Management Body of Knowledge Guide (PMBOK®). This material has been aligned with optimal teaching aids and techniques to ensure every student leaves the course with a solid comprehension of good practices of the Project Management Institute (PMI) Standard. The ultimate goal of this course is to empower each and every student to pass the PMP exam on the first attempt. Course Highlights Four-day, classroom-based course taught by experienced, certified PMPs35 PMI Contact Hours/PDUs (required for exam application)Course Study Guide and flashcardsPersonal assistance with PMI exam application formProven study tips for passing the exam the first timeOnline student portal with access to:Section quizzesSimulated/mock examsStudent groups and forumsCourse completion certificateFood/BeverageCoffee/teaCatered lunch Course Prerequisites You must satisfy the PMP certification requirements before enrolling in this course. To apply for the PMP exam, you need to have either:A secondary degree (high school diploma, associates degree, or the global equivalent) with at least five years of project management experience, with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education. ORA four-year degree (bachelors degree or the global equivalent) and at least three years of project management experience, with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education. What to bring to class: The PMBOK Guide, 5th version (available at Amazon)Either a laptop, tablet or smartphone (used for quizzes and mock exams) Why choose PMProficiency? Starting at $1,195, our PMP® Exam Boot Camps are half the price of our competitionUnlike larger training companies, we specialize only in project management training and certificationOur course material, teaching aides and instruction methodology offer a competitive edge99% of our students pass the PMP® exam on the first tryWe offer a Money-back Guarantee* *For more information and to enroll, please visit

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»Bam Biennial

March 03, 2015

Welcome to the biennial "High Fiber Diet" where more than 40 artists conjure up beautiful works out of ceramic. Be privy to these amazing pieces created in the Pacific Northwest.

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»Self Defense 101 For Women

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»Live On: Mr.'s Japanese Neo-Pop

March 03, 2015 10:00 AM

The Seattle Asian Art Museum proudly presents Live On, the first US solo exhibit of artwork by the Japanese artist known as "Mr." An installation of found objects comprise the central work, inspired by the devastation Japan's 2011 tsunami wrought.

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»Singin' In The Rain

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Singin' Swingin' Glorious Feelin' Technicolor Musical!

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»The Apple

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BIM Marks for everyone!

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»Falty and The Defects

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»Mo' Jam Mondays At Nectar Fremont! Improv Music + Improv Art!

March 03, 2015 7:00 PM

Mo' Jam Mondays: Where Seattle musicians gather to jam!  Improv Music + Improv Art ALWAYS FREE  9:30-1am  Imagine an open platform for a poet, horn player, rapper, or dancer, to reveal themselves in rhythm and sound for an audience to witness and celebrate.  There is a place for everyone regardless of experience; whether you are a master at your craft or honing in on your talent, everyone learns to accept one another in applause and cheer. Every session begins with the Morganica Quartet along with a featured artist - nothing is rehearsed and everything is organic. Between sets, D.J. Tibor sets the mood with his eclectic collection of funk and modern jazz. Artists use this time to mingle, and group up for participation in the second set, a mash-up of musical spontaneity.  Drummer and Hostess, Morgan Gilkeson, has continually featured all-star local performers. Including Evan Flory-Barnes, Jessie Sawyers, Steve Treseler, Thomas Marriott, Chris "C.D." Littlefield, Eugenie Jones, Kareem Kandi, DeeJay Roc'Phella and more. Mo' Jam Mondays provides an opportunity for fans and up-and-coming artists to network and create music in a welcoming environment. Every week there are rotating emcee's. Artists such as Michelle Searle from Feverton, Caine from Coldnote, and KJ Jones have acted as weekly emcee's for Mo' Jam Mondays.  The Morganica Quartet features: Dylan Hughes on bass, Zach Zarrow on keyboard, Ian Hughes on guitar and Morgan Gilkeson on drum set.  Check out our YouTube playlist:

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»Gondwana , The Cumbieros, Peacemaker Nation

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»Nine and The Long Road

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»Cheap Girls

March 03, 2015 7:30 PM

Fort Lansing, Michigan-based trio Cheap Girls creates music that is somewhat of a lo-fi mashup of pop punk and mellow alt rock. After releasing its debut album in 2008, the group received accolades from teens across the country, who dubbed the band's music ideal for after parties and morning hangovers. After finding this appropriate audience, the group toured across the US with fellow pop punk bands, growing its fan base and continuing to pump out anthems for teenage life.

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