Last Wholistic Nutrition Program – FAQ

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Last week we announced the upcoming Wholistic Nutrition Program group starting March 4th & 5th will be the last one we offer. Since the announcement we’ve gotten a lot of questions and interest, so we thought we’d share some of these with you, especially if you are thinking of diving in to take the last program, which we hope you will! We’d love to see as many people possible take advantage of this great program offering.

Q: Is it true that the March 2017 Wholistic Nutrition Program will be the last one offered at The Wellspring School. 

A: Yes! Check out the recent blog post for more info on this big news. The Wholistic Nutrition Program has been an important part of our journey in wholistic healthcare education. We are excited about the possibilities for “what’s next?”

Q: The last Wholistic Nutrition Program starts in less than 3 weeks. Is it too late to apply?

A: No! There is definitely still time to apply, and as it’s the last program we’ll be offering there may be additional enrollment options available to accommodate last minute interest. Contact Rachael directly to discuss. (

Q: How much does the program cost?

A: Program tuition is $6928. There are several payment plan options available and we can definitely come up with a plan that works for you.

Q: Is there still room in the program starting March 4th & 5th?

A: Yes! We have a maximum of 25 students and we still have spots open. We’ve gotten a lot of inquiry since our announcement last week, so if you are interested in joining this last group, don’t wait too much longer!

Q: What can I do with a professional certificate in wholistic nutrition? 

A: You can practice wholistic nutrition in this dynamic entrepreneurial field! Our graduates have gone on to set up their own practices, work with other healthcare practitioners, write, educate, and more. Many students also enter the program because of their own healing crisis or that of their friends and family. The program is an invaluable education resource and most of our students find they apply what they learn to support the wellbeing of themselves and their families.

Q: I can’t make one of the first class weekends in the program, can I still take it and get my certification?

A: Yes. Lecture class weekends will be recorded and you can listed to the class. You can actually miss up to 4 classes and maintain a passing attendance grade. Not that we recommend missing 4 classes!

Q: I have a lot of questions and am not sure I can get everything together including my application materials and finances before the first class weekend. What should I do?

A: Call the school and set up a time to speak with Rachael about the program and your options. This is really the time to jump in if you want to experience this truly unique and valuable program opportunity.

For more information about the program, including application materials and class schedule, check out the Wholistic Nutrition Program page on our website. Call or email for more information: 503.688.1482 –

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