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OMTA Annual Conference

Photos from the 2008 Annual Conference, "A Time to Heal"

All photos copyright 2008 Robert Bike, LMT

Members of OMTA's Executive Committee check in members for the weekend conference. Bruno De Block - President, Brenda Schneider - Treasurer, Daisy Talbado - Touchstone Advertising Manager, Carol Duncan (waving) - State Coordinator, Heather Bennouri - Membership, & Rowan Varvais - Conference Registrar.

Heather Bennouri - Membership, Bruno De Block - President, Brenda Schneider - Treasurer

Alea teaches us about Breitenbush.

Vegetarian meals for all.

Patty Glenn, Executive Director of the Oregon Board of Massage Therapy, talks about the latest news from the board.

Kassy Daggett (third from left) teaches Breathe Yourself Alive.

Diana Nott, Director of Law Enforcement for the OBMT, & Patty Glenn teach Ethics for Massage Therapists.

Carol Duncan, at bottom right, teaching European Sports Stretching for Yourself.

Donated items on display for the Silent Auction.

Donated items for the Raffle.

OMTA members play a game at the Talent Show Saturday evening.

Sharon Jakeways relates a funny story at the Talent Show.

Socializing at the Annual Conference.

Dinner and more socializing.

Relaxing after a great vegetarian meal.

The Breitenbush Sanctuary

The Breitenbush Forest Shelter


Below are photos from previous conferences

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All photos copyright Jim Friberg, LMT; Dennis Specht, LMT; or Robert Bike, LMT

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