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Good to hear the webinar helped improve your understanding of how things work and relate.
Yes, Kelly will be doing additional webinars when his schedule permits.
For the hips and hams I’d break the time into more than one session a day and hit it everyday.
This is important especially in the beginning for trouble areas that are not new. As with learning a new skill or element your muscles/tissue need the stimulus and resetting of the new position. You will hold the changed positioning longer and it will become your default positioning (as the other was) and you won’t have to think about it on a conscious level. You will create a new default (habit positioning), but this can take time. New neuropathways for the changed positioning to become default (habit) positioning.

Is your back improving?
Good to hear your feet are improving.
For the ankle
Ankle Positional Fault Fix: Jill Miller Style
Episode 84: Calf Blaster Does Sound Cooler Than Dorsiflexion Blaster
Episode 25: Heel Cords of a Cheetah, Achilles Well Being
Pro Episode # 44: The Last 25% of Your Ankle Restriction (Snatches and Pistols here we come!)
Free Your Heel, Free Your Mind
Squat Quick Test: Is it your Ankles or Hips?
Episode 313: Improving Ankle Range, Super Friend Addition
Episode 303: Going Around The Ankle at MBSC
Episode 285: Sliding Surfaces; Ankle Range of Motion Case Study Part 1
Episode 285: Sliding Surfaces; Ankle Range of Motion Case Study Part 2
Episode 189: Rail Mobgression/Evironmental Opportunism + New Ankle Mob
Episode 167: Unglue That Heel Cord