A healthy body and mind is fundamental to the well-being of every individual.  At Eastential Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Melbourne, we believe that holistic healthcare is vital in nurturing from within.  Through the practice of Eastern therapies and philosophy, Eastential is dedicated to provide support and assistance in achieving your health goals.



Dr. Jacqueline is a gentle, thoughtful and calm practitioner with a holistic approach to the health of her clients. She has a keen focus in the areas of Dermatology, Fertility, Pre-birth and Post-natal care, Women's Health and Gynaecology.  Through her exposure to a broad spectrum of illnesses, she also treats a wide range of health issues, from the common cold and musculoskeletal problems, to more complex cases.  She is currently acting as a Clinic Assistant Supervisor at the Think Wellbeing Centre at Southern School of Natural Therapies, Fitzroy campus in Chinese Medicine on a casual basis. 

Jacqueline obtained her Bachelor of Health Science in Chinese Medicine from SSNT (Victoria), and was awarded "Excellence in Clinic" for her hard work, high standards and excellent clinic skills that she continually upheld during her clinical experience at school.  She is registered with the Chinese Medicine Registration Board of Victoria (CMRBV) under Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), and Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).  Armed also with Degrees in Environmental Design and Architecture, Jacqueline began her career with a Landscape Architect firm in Victoria for 10 years, before making the bold switch to pursue her passion in Chinese Medicine and holistic healthcare.

Her passion for Chinese Medicine was ignited at a young age, drawing from her Malaysian Chinese heritage.  Afflicted with problematic skin conditions such as urticaria and eczema, Jacqueline remembers the numerous trips to the doctors’ and skin specialists’ offices.  It was not until she was treated with Chinese Medicine did her frequent skin flare-ups were under control and eventually, disappeared.  As Chinese Medicine was a strong element in her culture and household from a tender age,  this has greatly influenced her practice to further share her knowledge and experience in helping others.