2020 AHVMA Virtual Annual Conference & Exhibition
September 21 – 25, 2020
Online at a computer near you!
Registration is now open for the 2020 AHVMA Virtual Annual Conference & Exhibition! Register today!
AAVA Virtual Conference
July 24 – October 23, 2020
Registration is now open for the AAVA Virtual Conference. As many of you know, 2020 would have marked the fifteenth annual meeting of the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture (AAVA), which was originally planned as a face to face meeting in Memphis, Tennessee. Due to the current restrictions with COVID-19, the face to face meeting had to be cancelled. However, we are so excited to be able to bring you a portion of the original meeting on our virtual platform.
With the virtual platform you will be able to watch pre-recorded RACE and IVAS approved sessions at your leisure for up to 3 months. The program provides 3 hours of General Session, 7 hours of Small Animal, 7 hours of Large Animal and new this year, a 5 hour Veterinary Technician Track. In addition, a forum discussion board will be available through the entirety of the conference to ask questions for each topic.
Registration is open now on the AAVA website with Early Bird Rates ending July 23rd. The conference dates are July 24, 2020 through October 23, 2020. Register early and save!
Veterinary Herbal Apprenticeship and Retreat
Lowood Educational Center, Outer Banks, NC
September 12-14, 2020
October 17-19, 2020
November 14-16, 2020
March 20- 22, 2021
April 17-19, 2021
Join Drs. Laurie Dohmen and Kris August for this Veterinary Herbal Apprenticeship and Retreat, intended to train veterinarians in the use of Western Herbal Medicine. This is a comprehensive course including organ system-based Materia Medica, medicine-making, herb walks, self-care and more. This course is intended to help prepare the veterinarian to become a board-certified Veterinary Herbalist. Each 3-day weekend will include multiple Materia Medica lectures with organoleptic components, an extensive medicine-making lab, and an herb walk to a different part of the Island, plus additional lectures and activities.
46th Annual IVAS Congress
Hilton Glasgow Scotland
September 16-19, 2020
We invite clinicians and other individuals to submit abstracts for Presentations, Wet Labs, Poster Presentations and Research Papers for our 2020 Congress. Presentations selected will be presented by the Author and published in the IVAS 2020 Digital Congress Proceedings. There is not a general theme at this time, all topics are welcome. All acupuncture, acupuncture related and Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies will be considered.
NYCAVMA Annual Conference
Menla Mountain, Phoenicia, NY
Oct. 7-11, 2020
Advanced Acupuncture with Linda Boggie. Topic: The Channel of Acupuncture – exploring the road maps of development and sustenance for the individual.
When learning TCM we are overwhelmed with the language and concepts of Chinese medical theory and philosophy. It is enough to try and grasp one system of channels – the Primary channels – and understand the effects that acupuncture can have throughout the body through these 12 channels. We may also learn about the Du Mai and the Ren Mai, but the rest….not so much.
However, there are five other “channel” systems that were discussed in classical acupuncture texts. We will explore these channels through lectures given by Linda Boggie, DVM, a student of Jeffrey Yuen. Through intellectual discussion and practical applications, we will explore the channel systems which provide the road maps for the development and sustenance of an individual; physical and mental, human and animal. They provide understanding of how an individual may respond to challenges in life, be they internal or external; in other words, the progression of disease and possible pathways to resolve pathology. Understanding the different channel systems is an invitation to explore one’s self, and as we gain a greater understanding of self we develop a greater awareness in using acupuncture as a therapeutic healing modality.
This seminar offers 20.5 hours NYS CE – IVAS CE pending.
Manual Rehabilitation Techniques for Pain Management
Lowood Educational Center, Outer Banks, NC
Nov 7-8, 2020
Join Dr. Julie Wentzel and Jessie Pulley, LVT for this course, which will introduce and help to advance manual rehabilitation skills and elaborate on how these can increase the options in your pain management toolbox. We will review anatomy, massage, rehabilitation modalities and exercises that can be incorporated into any general practice. The course will utilize both lecture and lab.
NYCAVMA Advanced Acupuncture with Are Thoresen, DVM
Hudson Valley, NY
Nov. 13-15, 2020
The New York Complementary and Alternative Medical Association proudly is sponsoring an Advanced Acupuncture/12 stage cycle/anthroposophic seminar with Are Thoresen, DVM.
Registration and details will be available soon at www.nycavma.org
A Course on Quantum Healing
Science has evolved beyond the limited perspective of materialism, making it now possible to condense and integrate many of the different empirical healing rituals of history into one comprehensive, logically congruent, and simple technology of healing. The scientific approach makes the practice of holistic medicine far simpler and easier than you ever imagined.
This is an intensive four day course in a rural Idaho setting for individuals and/or very small groups.
Contact Dr. Ronald Hamm for details and to schedule a class.
Author of Analog Medicine and The Philosophic Foundation of Holistic Medicine
(208) 252-1366, Analogdr@ida.net
Pranic Healing Intensive Level I
Offered on an ongoing basis throughout Oregon, this workshop introduces the practitioner to the basics of energy anatomy, how to identify energetic blockages and/or imbalances, and then to cleanse, energize, and revitalize the area to accelerate self-healing. This course covers techniques and comprehensive protocols for working on the physical level for chronic/acute conditions, as well as the mental/emotional level for stress and anxiety. Includes a module on distance healing, preventative healing, and professional self-care for burnout prevention.
Courses presented by other organizations are listed as a courtesy for those members who may be interested. Inclusion of a course is not and does not imply AHVMA referral, endorsement, or recommendation.