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What we offer

March wellness & fitness offers health and fitness programs, based in science, that are designed to strengthen and nurture all aspects of your daily life – no matter what your state of health or stage of life – in a safe, supportive and motivating environment.

Our emphasis is on helping you live a full and engaging life. March wellness & fitness can support you in achieving wellness goals whether they include improving flexibility, managing a chronic illness, training for a marathon, or recovery from surgery. We believe that all of us can change for the better and that change can happen at any time in your life. Learn more about our integrative approach and philosophy.

New Membership

We're accepting membership applications now. To arrange a tour or join, contact   at 503-418-9373.
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Outdoor Wellness Locations

Spending time in nature is not only good for your mental and physical well being, it also provides a way to escape the stress and anxiety of every day life. OHSU Marquam Hill Campus contains some of the most beautiful and serene surroundings found in the Portland Metro areas.

Wellness Locations Map

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Artist In Residence

About the Artist

 

Gary Hamburgh taught at Walla Walla College from 1972-2006. His formal education includes a Masters Degree from Fresno State University and a PhD. from the University of Oregon in Physical Education. He was the Department Chair of Health and Physical Education at Walla Walla College for twenty-four years. In addition he served for fifteen years as the men's head basketball coach and for six years as the head coach for men's and women's golf. Gary has retired from teaching and is devoting his full time to photography.

Gary became interested in digital photography in 2003 and has studied under Scott Bourne at the Olympic Mountain School of Photography in Gig Harbor, Washington.In addition he has developed his skills by attending numerous workshops and seminars.He is a member of the North American Nature Photography Association, the Eastside Association of Fine Arts and the National Association of Photoshop Professionals. 

Currently he considers rural landscapes in the Palouse region of eastern Washington to be his most enjoyable subject to photograph. His photos emphasize the many barns, colors and textures that are present in that area. Photography has allowed him to see the world as a beautiful and exciting canvas. He hopes to capture and share images so that others may enjoy the beauty he experiences in this region. His work can be seen at OHSU march wellness & fitness center, in addition his works can be viewed on his website http://www.garyhamburgh.com