Natural Healing

I am reviewing my interviews and teaching videos taken over the last thirty years.

Here are two interviews, one old and one new.

The earliest video, an interview by Rosemary Broccoli in 1986.


Michael Turk answers Rosemary Broccoli’s first question, “Michael, how was it you became interested in Oriental medicine?” More of the interview will be posted soon.

Recently, I was interviewed while demonstrating Moxa-Pressure, a technique I developed to quickly relieve many types of pain.

The following videos of classes are being reviewed for short lessons to publish.

  • I taught three workshops on Acupressure for Headaches, Points for Pain, and Using Chinese Herbs in 1989.
  • In 2006, I demonstrated prenatal massage and taught acupressure massage at the Pacific Symposium.
  • My favorite video in 2007 was a class on the Origin of Chinese Symbolism.

As I publish these videos I will give background information.

Post your questions about health and healing using ancient Asian healing arts.

2 thoughts on “Natural Healing

  1. Thank you, Michael, for being available!
    Yes, I met you at a lecture many years ago of CSOMA at the S.F. airport hotel.
    Your lecture and Demo about treating shoulder pain has been very helpful in my practice
    as an acupuncturist ~ now 20 years licensed.
    I missed your presentation about back pain. Have wanted to attend such an opportunity
    ever since! now i am reading your book again.
    When is your next workshop? I am also ready to visit your clinic in Chico. There are patients waiting to get a good treatment… ;_). I am in the Santa Cruz Mountains. http://www.ahutif.com.
    Thank you for being there.
    Ahuti

    • Thank you for letting me know that my demonstration at CSOMA has helped you in your practice.

      I have gone back to my roots and am teaching, needle-less pain-relief, a combination of moxibustion and acupressure. I find it a more soothing and pain free treatment that can be combined with standard acupuncture.

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