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Dr. Jennifer Oh, DACM
Founder & Clinic Director
Licensed Acupuncturist

A graduate of Columbia University and Duke University, Dr. Jennifer Oh received her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DACM) from the renowned Pacific College of Health & Science. Dr. Oh is nationally board certified through NCCAOM and is licensed to practice in New York, with over a decade of clinical experience. She is an experienced researcher and collaborative author of several published cancer research studies, having worked at Duke University Medical Center and National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences (NIH) as part of her undergraduate premed studies.


A long-time advanced student of Grand Master Nan Lu, OMD, and the ancient Taoist Wu Ming lineage, Dr. Oh is a certified Dragon's Way Qigong® Instructor and Qigong Meridian Therapy Practitioner and is also certified to demonstrate Wu Ming Qigong for Breast Health. Under Dr. Lu's guidance, she is currently training to become a LifeForce: Tao of Medical Qigong practitioner. She is also an accomplished martial artist, with a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, winning multiple gold medals in poomse at the collegiate level in the Eastern Collegiate Taekwondo Conference.

Jennifer's Story

Jennifer's journey towards specializing in the ancient holistic system of Chinese medicine and acupuncture began many years ago as a teenager, when she began training in martial arts and Hatha yoga and studying eastern philosophy. To her surprise, these disciplines significantly improved her ability to focus, reduced stress and anxiety, and helped her to gain more confidence and trust her inner self. Her positive experiences sparked the beginning of her lifelong fascination with Qi and self-cultivation for inner peace and well-being.

In her late 20s, she encountered Qigong moving meditation and acupuncture for the first time, which gave her a quantum leap forward in improving her emotional and physical health. This profoundly life-changing experience prompted her to switch careers and study Chinese medicine and internal martial arts with her spiritual teacher, Grand Master Nan Lu, OMD. She credits her Taoist spiritual studies with completely changing her worldview and approach to health and wellness, which is that all illness is but undiscovered purpose and a calling from spirit to realign oneself with one's true sacred life path.

From Jennifer: "My study of Taoist philosophy made sense of every challenge I had experienced in life. When I made the shift to seeing these challenges as part of my karmic growth and purpose in life, my entire life and health changed. My gratitude for these profound transformations compels me to share my experiences with people everywhere, in hopes that they, too, can become free of societal expectations and cultural conditioning, returning to their natural state of wellness and joy by rediscovering who they truly are and want in life."

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