Online Classes

Intro to the Microbiome

$45 (Approximately 1 hour)

This webinar will be led by Laura Wolfer.  Laura holds Masters degrees in both Molecular Biology and Anthropology, and has been a public speaker for many years on the impact of Nature and Ecology on human health.  

While plants and animals get most of the attention, it's the smallest lifeforms that make life possible.  There are ecologies of microbes that inhabit your own body, as well as nearly every other environment on Earth, from the roots of each plant to the soil and air. 

 

In this class you will learn: 

-What makes up your microbiome

-How microbes work as a communication network between us and the outside world

-The importance of diversity

-Why there are no 'bad' or 'good' bacteria 

This class will be presented as an on-line webinar.  The enrollment fee includes live questions and answers, a recording of the webinar, and access to a dedicated email address to ask questions after the class ends.

Gut Health Intensive

During the past decade we have seen a massive rise in gut related issues such as autoimmune disease, food allergies, mood disorders, and IBD (among many others).  In this class we will 

 

In this class you will learn: 

-What makes up your gut microbiome and the many ways it affects your health

-What environmental and food factors harm gut health

-Leaky gut and autoimmune disease

-How gut health affects your mood

-The importance of diversity of foods and microbes

-The latest research on prebiotics and probiotics

-Why we need healthy soils and time outdoors for a healthy gut

-Steps you can take to start improving gut health

This class will be presented as an on-line webinar.  The enrollment fee includes live questions and answers, a recording of the webinar, and access to a dedicated email address to ask questions after the class ends.

$125 (Approximately 2 hours)

This webinar will be led by Laura Wolfer.  Laura holds Masters degrees in both Molecular Biology and Anthropology, and has been a public speaker for many years on the impact of Nature and Ecology on human health.