• Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies, University of California at Berkeley
• Master of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Yo San University
• Completed Advanced Acupuncture and Herbs course at China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center
Emily King Quon, L.Ac. earned her undergraduate degree in Asian Studies from UC Berkeley, and her Master of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine from Yo San University, where she received several scholarships and graduated with honors. In addition to being a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist, her healing background includes a previous life as a yoga teacher, and 10+ years experience as a Licensed Massage Therapist. Emily was first introduced to Chinese Medicine in 2003 while studying acupressure massage at the Berkeley Acupressure Institute, and was continually intrigued until she delved deeper into the medicine by enrolling in graduate level study. She is licensed in California and is also a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine, nationally certified by NCCAOM.
After graduating from her master’s program, Emily traveled to China to complete a course in advanced acupuncture and herbs at China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center.
Emily has provided hundreds of treatments to patients at the Yo San University Clinic, The Venice Family Clinic, Being Alive Los Angeles, and was one of the only Masters level students selected to treat patients at her University’s specialty clinics, working in both the Orthopedic/Pain Clinic and the Women’s Health/Reproductive Medicine Clinic. She has also regularly worked at the Tao of Wellness Detox Retreats performing Detox Tui Na Massage on patients of the renowned 38th generation Taoist lineage holders Dr. Maoshing and Dr. Daoshing Ni, and she also completed an observation internship at their Santa Monica practice.