Advanced Webinar Intensives

Webinar Intensives for Herbalists

In addition to the monthly free live webinars for the public, AHG offers quarterly Webinar Intensives for Herbalists. These webinars offer an opportunity for professionals and students to develop clinical skills, manufacturing and product development, herbal medicine making techniques, and much more while learning from some of the most highly regarded teachers in the field. Members enjoy deep discounts to these events.
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You can purchase recordings of past webinar intensives from our webinar intensive storefront. Please note that if you do not already have a Thinkific account, you will need to create one in order to purchase a webinar.

Non-member prices: $150 Member prices: $100

AHG members please use the discount code ahgmember to receive your member discount on your webinar purchase. Not a member? Join today to receive a discount on your webinar purchase. 

Upcoming Webinar Intensives:

Lyme Disease and Herbal Protocols with Brendan Kelly, L. Ac., M. Ac.

Live Dates: May 6, 13, 20, 27 (8:00 to 10:00 pm EST)
Classes will be recorded and available for participant viewing at any time.
One essential understanding in treating Lyme disease is that things change. Using Chinese medicine disease progression theory, we’ll discuss how an initial tick bit can lead to a wide range of symptoms including pain, headaches including migraines, gastro-intestinal issues, fatigue and late-stage neurological Lyme. We’ll also talk about how understanding the progression of the condition is essential to not only treating symptoms but also preventing Lyme and promoting health. We’ll discuss using western herbs, diet and lifestyle to treat the numerous symptoms associated with Lyme. Brendan will also present case studies from the hundreds of Lyme patients he’s worked with to discuss his experience treating the condition from very early through advanced stages. He’ll will also discuss how the progression of Lyme disease mirrors the progression of climate change. Learn more here.


Herbal Support during the Childbearing Cycle with Camille Freeman, RH (AHG)

Live Dates: September 3, 10, 17, and 24 (8:00 to 10:00 pm EST)
Classes will be recorded and available for participant viewing at any time.

In this 4-part series, we’ll discuss the physiological and psychospiritual changes and challenges associated with the stages of the childbearing cycle: preconception, pregnancy, and the postpartum period. In each class, we’ll cover techniques for assessment, common clinical scenarios, and appropriate herbal options. There will also be a class dedicated to supporting clients who choose assisted reproductive technologies (ART) such as IVF and IUI. You’ll be invited to apply what you’ve learned in case studies and discussions. You’ll leave the series with a wealth of resources, feeling more confident about working with clients who are in these life stages. Learn more here.


Demystifying and Evaluating Herbal Research: A Primer for Students and Practitioners of Herbalism with Erika Galentin, MNIMH, RH (AHG)

Live Dates: November 2, 9, 16, and 23 (7:00 to 9:00 pm EST)
Classes will be recorded and available for participant viewing at any time.

Join Erika Galentin, MNIMH, RH (AHG) for a four-part webinar series designed to demystify scientific research into medicinal plants. Taking guidance from an evidence-based practice approach, participants of this series will be introduced to skills of how to critically evaluate scientific research and incorporate such research into their therapeutic rationale. This webinar series seeks to explain, in simple terms, the different forms of scientific research commonly referenced by the herbalism and natural products industry, providing guidance on how to discern the relevance of such research in regards to the safe and effective use of medicinal herbs in both self-care and clinical settings. Whether you are a student of herbalism or a seasoned practitioner, this webinar series provides a strong and empowering foundation for incorporating scientific research into your therapeutic rationale whilst preserving and fortifying knowledge from both traditional use and personal experience. Learn more here.