Jackie Moon, R.Ac, is a registered Acupuncturist who has accomplished the Acupuncture
Program (1920hrs) at Vancouver Career College.

Before starting the transition into Traditional Chinese Medicine, she was an enthusiastic
educator in Korea for more than 10 years. She obtained her Master of Applied Linguistics from
the University of Melbourne in Australia and a Bachelor of Arts (majored in Japanese
Literature) from the University of Chung-ang in Korea.

During the undergraduate years, the passion for martial art of Japanese fencing (Kendo)
inspired her to participate in many competitions which left her some injuries that could not be
cured for long. Fortunately, acupuncture treatments brought her an amazing recovery after
many years of suffering. She started to trust in the power of natural modalities to target the
harmony of Yin and Yang and smooth flow of Qi, which are of great importance for one’s

After immigrating to Canada in 2018, she encountered two rear-end accidents. Thanks to
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), her health gradually got back to normal. The magic of
TCM on her own body and mind aspired her to embark on it as a new career.

She believes that TCM is to treat not only the physical conditions such as motor-vehicle
injuries, chronic pain, musculoskeletal conditions but also mental issues such as insomnia,
anxiety, PSTD, and depression. She would like to combine a variety of Traditional Chinese
Medicine methods – Acupuncture, Cupping Therapy, Electroacupuncture, Guasha, Auricular
Therapy, and Acupressure.

Being born in Korea and having received formal training in Japanese literature and applied
linguistics in Australia, she can provide the holistic service in English, Korean and Japanese.
Outside of work, she enjoys being active with exercising at the gym, swimming or playing


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