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.

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:

Herbs for Animals with Cynthia Lankenau, DVM, RH (AHG)

Live Dates: January 6, 13, 20, and 27 (8:00 to 10:00 pm EST)
Classes will be recorded and available for participant viewing at any time.

This four-part webinar series will take an in-depth look at the diagnostic tools needed to properly diagnose any animal disease state using a variety of Chinese and Western herbal techniques and applications to arrive at the best protocol available for a variety of conditions. This series will focus on acute and chronic conditions and diseases related to dogs, cats, horses, and food animals and will target the respiratory, musculoskeletal, and gastrointestinal system. Learn more here.

Managing Methylation in Clinical Practice with Susan Fidler, MCPP, MS, ND, RH (AHG)

Live Dates: February 3, 10, 17, and 24 (8:00 to 10:00 pm EST)
Classes will be recorded and available for participant viewing at any time.
Methylation… it is a unique word that highlights how our bodies function on a routine basis; like how we adapt to stress, produce hormones, respond to inflammation, energy production, the repairing of cells after damage done by free radicals, and fight infections and viruses.  For some people, methylation is hindered by genetics and must be supported by things like food and supplementation.  In this 4-week intensive, Dr. Susan Fidler will be discussing the importance of methylation, the genes that are involved, and will; through the use of case studies, go through a step-by-step analysis of gene reports and treatment protocols to describe the best course of action for a variety of conditions. Learn more here.

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.