Videos

REVIEW OF LIVE WELL LIVE LONG

 

TALK ON THE EARLY DAYS OF INFINITY FOODS NATURAL FOOD BUSINESS (& WHAT HAPPENED NEXT)

 

INTERVIEW WITH ALYSSA DAZET

 

INTERVIEW WITH VIRGINIA DORAN OF THE AMERICAN ACUPUNCTURE COUNCIL

 

INTERVIEW AT ROTHENBERG TCM CONGRESS MAY 2018 – QIGONG AND THE FUTURE OF CHINESE MEDICINE

 

THE TRANSFORMATIVE POWER OF SLOW, DEEP BREATHING (presented as part of Brighton Natural Health Centre and Infinity Foods community health education programme)

 

NATURE & HEALTH: TEACHINGS FROM THE CHINESE NOURISHMENT OF LIFE TRADITION (presented at the British Acupuncture Conference 2017)

 

‘HOW TO EAT IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN WHAT TO EAT’ – TALK PRESENTED AT THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE ‘FOOD THE FUTURE MEDICINE’ CONFERENCE 2017

 

PRESENTATION ON THE CHINESE INTERNAL EXERCISE TRADITION

This was a free community talk presented by The Brighton Natural Health Centre – a charity I helped found over30 years ago to teach yoga, tai chi, meditation, diet, dance and more.

 

LAUNCH OF LIVE WELL LIVE LONG: TEACHINGS FROM THE CHINESE NOURISHMENT OF LIFE TRADITION

I launched the book in Brighton, my home town, in June 2016 with this 40-minute talk.

 

INTERVIEW WITH PETER

I was invited by Kath Berry of Acupuncture Professional to be interviewed about various topics, including the early days of The Journal of Chinese Medicine. Acupuncture Professional have now kindly made it available to anyone who is willing to sit through an hour of me talking.

 

ATTACK OF THE KILLER MOXA

Oh and here’s another short video with a less than serious discussion of moxibustion. For non-acupuncturists watching this, please note that DU-1 is an acupuncture point located in a fairly intimate place, and moxibustion refers to the placing of small cones of shredded moxa herb on an acupuncture point, lighting it, allowing to to burn and removing it when it gets too hot.

 

PETER TALKS ABOUT MULTIBED CLINICS (2010)

Here’s a short introduction I gave to the UK’s ACMAC (Association of Community and Multibed Acupuncture Clinics) annual conference in 2010.

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PETER TALKS ABOUT MULTIBED CLINICS (2009)

Comments

  1. Lesley

    Hi there,
    Can you please tell me, will “A Manual of Acupuncture” be available in Kindle format any time soon?
    If so, can you please tell me when?
    Thanks in advance for your response.
    Sincerely,
    Lesley Morris

  2. There seems to be no way of seeing inside the book – this is something I would have really appreciated before deciding to buy it as it is an investment. The Live Well, Live Long book.

  3. Claire miller

    good afternoon, I have just finished live well , as recommended by Norman blair. I am a yoga teacher with a real interest in studying further into chinese acupuncture . With a view to maybe acu massage, where would you recommend for the best training ? There seems to be a vast choice & I would really appreciate your advice
    Kindest regards Claire

    • Peter Deadman

      Hi Claire. You’ll be surprised to receive a reply after so long, but there seems to have been a glitch and I’ve not been notified when messages come in. If you are still interested, email me direct (peter@jcm.co.uk) and we can discuss it. Peter

  4. Simon Bailey

    Dear Peter,

    I hope all’s well with you.
    I’m Simon, Harvest (Bath) founder, though we met more recently (1991?) while I was working with Robin & Sue in Steyning.

    My sister pointed out your fascinating “HOW INFINITY FOODS BEGAN…” on YouTube.
    She and I spotted the Natural Foods Union manifesto at 52’09” and am wondering if you would be willing to send me a scan of this.
    Though I haven’t been formally involved with Harvest since the late ’70s, I’m currently contributing to a project to mark their 50th anniversary year (2021).
    You might know that Harvest is now a co-op and are merged with Essential Trading (Bristol).
    They’re looking to gather more information about their origins, and in the process a couple of us ‘originals’ are supplying a few images and reminiscences.
    I feel that this NFU statement would also provide a good common link and Harvest might want to reproduce this in some way — perhaps on the web, at the shop, in a recipe book … I’m not certain yet.

    I look forward to your reply,
    With thanks and best wishes,

    Simon

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