CALE/National Review Student
• California/ National board review teacher of acupuncture
• Masters Degree in Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture, summa cum laude
• Ph.D. in Oriental Medicine, summa cum laude
• Member of staff at Emperor’s College teaching various Chinese medicine classes
• Author of “Examination Workbook for Oriental Medicine” which has recently gained national recognition.
• Studied with world-renowned acupuncturists and herbalists
• Third degree Reiki master
• NAET allergy elimination specialist
Dr. Morse has been teaching for over forty years and began by teaching classical and modern piano with such methods as classical and Suzuki. While teaching piano she became involved in sustainable organic agriculture. This led to educating people on how to grow and harvest vegetables, herbs and flowers. These classes also involved training in the preparation of tinctures, drying herbs and flowers and cooking of the harvested foods. A decision to attend Acupuncture College led Dr. Morse to Los Angeles, California. While attending Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine she continued instructing in piano and after finishing college Dr. Morse began tutoring for all major acupuncture exams. Now with over 17 years of experience with board prep classes she has become the instructor that students turn to when they are ready to succeed with their California and National board exams.
Dr. Morse started writing the “Examination Workbook in Oriental Medicine,” in 2002. The book has changed tremendously since its inception. As acupuncture colleges/universities all over the country have flourished, bloomed and excelled in adding highly educated acupuncturists that are experts in their field; national and state exams have changed to achieve this highest level of competency.
Dr. Morse’s book “Examination Workbook for Oriental Medicine,” also adapted to reflect these new standards of proficiency and continues to be one of the most sought after review books in the country. This book provides students with valuable information to enable them to pass all acupuncture exams, while they are in Acupuncture College or taking state & national board exams. Dr. Morse’s book “Examination workbook for Oriental Medicine,” has gained national recognition, and is a “must have,” for traditional Chinese medicine & acupuncture review students.
Dr. Morse has been an acupuncturist for 17 years and is deeply committed to her patients providing them with attention, reassurance and superior care. Acupuncture originated as early as the clan commune period of primitive society. Acupuncture is a method of encouraging the body to promote natural healing and to improve it’s own functions. The acupuncturist views the body as vital energy and the energy must be balanced. When the balance of energy is off the messages sent through the nervous system can be confusing. Western medical doctors follow the flow of blood though the blood vessels, whereas the acupuncturist assesses the flow and distribution of this energy within its pathways, which are known as meridians and channels. The needles are inserted into specific meridian points in the body. They are manipulated by the acupuncturist’s hands or by electrical stimulation. People experience acupuncture differently, but most feel no or minimal pain while the needles are inserted. Some people are energized by treatment, while others feel relaxed.
Dr. Morse and her husband owned and operated an organic farm and together they lectured extensively on the uses and benefits of medicinal herbs. In addition, Dr. Morse taught classes on growing organic vegetables, herbs and flowers, and on sustainable agriculture.
She studied with many renowned herbalists including David Hoffman, Robert Berube and Cascade Anderson over the years. While studying with these renowned herbalists she became very skilled with herbal tinctures, decoctions, infusions, flower essences, and medicinal oils.
While owning the farm, she had a substantial line of herbal products which were sold nationwide. Her vast amount of work and experience with herbs and foods in this setting set up a natural progression for her to enter the field of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
(NAET) Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques, is a non-invasive, drug free, natural solution to eliminate allergies of all types and intensities, using a blend of selective energy balancing, testing and treatment procedures from acupuncture/acupressure, allopathic, chiropractic, nutritional, and kinesiological disciplines of medicine. Each allergen is treated separately.
Reiki is an amazing and simple technique to use and master, in which the practitioner lays their hands on the client. Thousands of people have embraced Reiki and it does not depend on one’s scholarly mind but their ability to kindle in themselves a lifestyle and harmony that they carry with them everyday.
Reiki treats the entire body and may have beneficial effects including relaxation, emotional releases, pain, headache and anxiety relieve and much more. Reiki is thought of as a vibrational or delicate energy that balances the body thus initiating the body to help regain its perfect health.
Linda Morse has been a Reiki master for 13 years and in her practice she often uses Reiki as an adjunct treatment. It’s wonderful to see people increase their consciousness and begin to realize their full potential with such a simple healing modality. Reiki is often used in conjunction with western/eastern treatments.
Morse has played the piano since age 8. She was trained classically under the direction of Jack Lecleur until she was 17. At that time she attended New England conservatory of Music and her major was piano and voice. She additionally studied Improvisational music with Joseph Pulsifier with additional training in classical music after attending the Conservatory with Robert Fraley. During her time with Robert Fraley she also introduced Suzuki piano into her teaching style.
She was a guest teacher at many teacher/student workshops and organized a few large week-end seminars inviting teachers from all over the world to work with the children in piano and violin.
One of Linda Morse’s accomplishments was performance training for teachers and students in piano, which is now particularly helpful in training acupuncture students to alleviate their test taking fears.
Whether you feel like you’re ready to pass your exams, are lost in the material – I’m ready to help! I have spent the last twenty years living acupuncture. I look forward to helping you succeed! Contact me directly with any questions.
In addition to her very busy acupuncture practice, Linda Morse teaches NCCAOM® and California State Board acupuncture licensing exam review classes. She previously was on staff at Emperor’s College, and Samra University teaching various Chinese medicine classes. She is the author of “Examination Workbook for Oriental Medicine” which has recently gained international recognition.
Linda has studied with world-renowned acupuncturists and herbalists over the years. In addition, she is a third degree Reiki master and has also been an NAET allergy elimination specialist for many years. For the past thirty years she has been involved with organic foods, organic herbs and environmentally conscious life choices for health. Using a host of traditional Chinese treatments as well as her other treatment modalities gives her the cutting edge to help you realize your full potential of health in your mind, body and spirit! Her warm and caring approach is holistic and individualized to your personal needs. Linda’s specialties include facial acupuncture, stress related conditions, anxiety, pediatric illnesses, and allergy elimination.
Born and raised in the greater Boston area of Massachusetts, her undergraduate studies were in music at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, and over the years, she has instructed many students on piano and has mentored professional musicians with specific techniques for overcoming their performance anxiety. This work was instrumental in the promotion of her teaching skills, so that today she is a noted lecturer and beloved teacher who has been teaching for over forty years.
Her extensive work and experience with herbs and foods in this setting, set up a natural progression for her to enter the field of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Her interest in acupuncture stemmed from her early interest in herbs during the 1970′s. In the years to follow, she and her husband owned and operated an organic farm with a national distribution of herbal vinegars and tinctures. Together, they lectured extensively on the uses and benefits of medicinal herbs. In addition, Linda and Robert conducted classes on growing organic vegetables, herbs and flowers, and on sustainable agriculture. Linda’s extensive work and experience with herbs and foods in this setting, set up a natural progression for her to enter the field of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.