AWB Live Webinars

Affordable, online trainings to advance your learning and discuss important topics in our profession

INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Robert J. Woodbine, N.D., M.Ac.O.M, L.Ac.
CREDITS: 2 CEU/PDAs per webinar (pending NCCAOM, FL, TX, CA)
COST: $39 per webinar

The Four Seasons Medical Qigong webinar series is a year-long real time sequential exploration and learning experience in how each set of the practice affects the associated Yin organ(s) seasonally. In addition to the specific seasonal routine, participants will learn the All Seasons/Triple Warmer set that can be practiced during any season. This set will be introduced in the Spring set. After this year-long study, students can experience and enjoy the encyclical benefits of maintaining the harmony of the energy of the organs seasonally.

Inflammation in our bodies, Inflammation in Our World

Friday August 12, 2022 | 2-4 PM Pacific, 4-6 PM Central, 5-7 PM Eastern

INSTRUCTOR: Alaine Duncan, LAc, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner
COST: $39

This workshop explores the physiology of inflammation in our bodies and our world –
and chronic inflammation as a key feature of the disruptions of the autonomic nervous system arising from traumatic stress. The interface of diverse expressions of inflammation in our culture, environment and public health will be explored. The framework of Chinese medicine and 5 Element Theory will illuminate the self-protective response, the impact of traumatic stress on the gut biome and our immune system and its manifestation as chronic, multi-symptom illness in trauma survivors. Acupuncturists cultivating the Ventral Vagus nerve and the Heart Shen can be valuable allies for healing.

Friday June 3rd, 10 AM Pacific Time

INSTRUCTORS: Yamin Chehin L.Ac., Dipl O.M., Council Trainer and Itaf Awad, M.A, Council Trainer
COST: $39

This is a two hour immersion workshop in which participants will learn and experience the medicine of speaking and listening from the Heart and how to carry the healing potential to the work they do in the field. The instructors will offer ideas about how Council work can be introduced before, during and after the Acupuncture Circle.