Faculty

The history of Oriental medicine spans centuries and nations. Pacific College of Oriental Medicine has assembled an expert and varied academic team, respected both in the US and abroad, to do justice to this expansive body of knowledge. Faculty members have been selected for their ability to convey both a deep appreciation of traditional Oriental medicine and massage and an understanding of the problems that affect patients in today's modern culture. From acupuncturists and medical doctors to massage therapists and Taoist priests, PCOM's faculty will be an essential and continuing resource during your education and beyond into private practice. PCOM employs nearly 200 faculty members at its three campuses. Because the faculty is our most valuable resource, we hope you visit at least one of our campuses and sit in on some classes to experience their magic firsthand.

Yang, Fukui, BS

Master Yang graduated from Tianjin College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Tianjin College of Physical Education. Mr. Yang is certified in China to practice Tui Na and Medical Qi Gong and was the Director of the Tianjin Qi Gong Institute from 1994-1996. His family is renowned in China for...

Yung, Eleanor, MS, LAc

Eleanor Yung MS, LAc has been teaching Taiji Chuan at PCOM since 2008. She was a student of the late Master Ham King Koo, and has been teaching Taiji Chuan and qigong since 1996. She also teaches at the Metropolitan Museum of Art since 2005, as well as giving private lessons. She is a graduate of...
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