SAVE THE DATE! CMACC 2017 November 10-12, 2017 at The Redondo Beach Hotel, Redondo Beach, CA

The American Apitherapy Society proudly announces its 21st annual Charles Mraz Apitherapy Course & Conference to be held in the beautiful beach community of Redondo Beach, CA located just 15 minutes south of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Invest in your health and join us for a weekend of Apitherapy while perhaps extending your stay in the area to enjoy the many ocean front activities this area has to offer such as bicycling, kayaking, sailing, or just enjoying the miles of white sandy beaches, the boardwalk, restaurants, shops, and unrivaled sunsets on the Pacific ocean.

Medical doctors, a spectrum of holistic health practitioners, veterinarians, researchers, backyard beekeepers, and members of the general public interested in self-reliant health care will convene from all over the United states and the world to learn about apitherapy.  Apitherapy, an ancient healing modality, refers to the therapeutic use of products from the beehive: honey, pollen, royal jelly, propolis, and bee venom therapy.

Attendees will receive basic and advanced training in the therapeutic properties of each of the hive products and new for the very first time, intensive hands on workshop sessions where participants will obtain two full days of exciting clinical and practical experience with this amazing healing practice. In the past we focused more on classroom instruction and this year we plan to offer a super practical conference focusing on putting scientific theory into action.  Presentations are given by the CMACC faculty who are some of the most prominent and experienced apitherapists in the country.  Examples of material covered in these presentations are allergic reactions, techniques of BVT, informed consent and legal issues, propolis and cancer, lyme disease, parkinson’s disease, veterinary apitherapy, wound healing, and much more. Certificates of completion will be available to all participants. The AAS is a nonprofit membership organization established for the purpose of education in the advancement of Apitherapy. CMACC has been named in memory of Charles Mraz, an American pioneer in the use of bee venom to treat diseases.

All CMACC 2017 information and registration will soon be available at where you can view all CMACC information and register for the course online. Conference information will also be shared and distributed via our free monthly newsletter from now until the conference date including any updates or changes. You can sign up to receive the newsletter via a link at the bottom of our home page on the website. There will be an early registration incentive with reduced fees for those registering by Saturday Sept. 30, 2017 so BE AN EARLY BEE and don’t miss out on this opportunity!  A Friday night sunset happy hour/dinner banquet will be held at the Redondo Beach Hotel on the deck facing the Pacific Ocean giving attendees the opportunity to mingle with the AAS Board, the faculty, and others involved with Apitherapy. Membership or a one year renewal to AAS is included with the course fee. For further questions please contact the AAS office at

Looking forward to seeing you there!