This event is made possible thanks to our generous champion sponsor:
All Weekend Pass - $195 | 1-Day Pass - $90 | 2-Day Pass - $175 | Keynote Address Only - $40
Keynote Address Info
friday, october 14th
by Embriette Hyde, PhD -
Program Manager of The American Gut Project
and Project Scientist for Knight Lab
at the University of California San Diego
Join our keynote speaker Dr. Embriette Hyde for her compelling presentation
"Redefining Human: Living and Eating in a Microbiome World".
She'll separate the hope from the hype surrounding the scientific world's biggest research initiative today: understanding the importance of healthy bacterial ecosystems that impact everyday life. From where you live to what you eat, from who you mate with and whether you have a dog -- all of these factors affect your bacteria and your health, most especially your gut health. Whether you're a health provider or patient tending to digestive issues and inflammation, or if you just want to preserve the good health you have, Dr. Hyde brings the alien world of human bacteria into a realm that's both freaky and fun.
Friday, October 14th, 2016
Doors & Registration Opens at 6:30pm - followed by a Q&A session with Dr. Hyde
Conference Panels & Workshops
conference panels and workshops on saturday, october 15th
and sunday, october 16th from 9:00am - 5:00pm each day
SATURDAY PANEL DISCUSSIONS:
Panel #1: "RESEARCH AND REMEDIES: A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY LOOK AT GUT HEALTH AND INFLAMMATION RELATED CONDITIONS" Moderated by: EDYTHE VICKERS, ND, L.Ac: An Hao Natural Health Care Clinic, NUNM Supervising Physician and Educator.
Panel #2: "LIVING & LOVING WITH LIFESTYLE RESTRICTIONS: COPING WITH THE PSYCHO-SOCIAL IMPACT OF DIETARY CHALLENGES" Moderated by: MARIEL PASTOR, LMFT. Lead trainer in Internal Family Systems therapy.
- Hands On Tools for Digestive Health (abdominal massage)
- Treating the Relationship Between Food and the Body
- DIY Digestive Bitters
- Japanese Fermentation
- yurvedic Cleansing
- Compassion, Pleasure, and Purpose: The Emotional Qualities of Gut Recovery
SUNDAY PANEL DISCUSSIONS:
Panel#3: "SCD, FOODMAPS, PALEO, GAPS: FINDING YOUR WAY THROUGH THE DIETARY MAZE WITHOUT LOSING YOUR MIND." Moderated by: Lorin Lubin, ND, L.Ac - An Hao Natural Health Clinic
Panel #4: "DIY – ESSENTIALS TO JUMP-START YOUR GUT INSTINCT NOW!" Moderated by: Tressa Yelig, Owner of Salt, Fire & Time Broth Bar
- Psychological Self-Care: Stress Management Toolkit
- Getting Your Picky Eater on a Gut Healing Diet
- Gut Reactions: Eating Disorders and Digestion
- Functional Healing with Bone Broth
- Hands-On Visceral Manipulation
- Setting Yourself Up for Success: Kitchen Skills and Positive Attitude
For a full list of our panelists and workshop leaders, check out our PROGRAM LINEUP.
vendor fair on sunday, october 16th from 11:00am - 5:30pm
located directly across the street from cerimon house
featuring local businesses and service providers that focus on gut, mind, and body health.
interested in vending?
We invite local vegan, gluten-free, paleo, or other dietary sensitive food and beverage vendors to be a part of our collection of vendor booths. Local service providers may also purchase booth space to exhibit information about their services/clinic. If you have any questions please contact Conference Manager: Lily Burnett - firstname.lastname@example.org.
VENDING PRICING SHEET - HERE
sponsorship opportunities - tax deductible with great benefits
Gut Instinct is the only consumer conference of its kind, with the potential to reach hundreds of Portlanders who are directly suffering from or affected by gastrointestinal issues. If you or your company are interested in sponsoring this event, we have exciting benefits to offer, for sponsorship levels from $250 - $2,500. If you are interested in becoming a conference sponsor, please contact Conference Manager: Lily Burnett - email@example.com.