Aaron Khor runs Living Chi Acupuncture Clinic which draws on the theories of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Tai Chi in restoring balance to the body. Master Aaron Khor is a registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner in Australia. He provides services of Acupuncture, Moxibustion, Cupping, Herbal Medicine and Gua Sha.

All the modalities used in Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture and herbal medicine may help with various conditions. It takes a holistic approach looking at the entire body system from head to toe.

Acupuncture uses specific anatomical locations and points to move Qi and Blood. This helps nourish and nurture the internal bodily systems. Strengthening the internal systems help fight diseases within the body. So treatments with acupuncture, herbal medicine and other modalities take time to restore balance to the body.

The focus is to harmonise the body and increasing blood flow to heal. During treatment, relaxation is important. Just like Tai Chi, relaxation will enhance the flow of blood.

He completed his degree at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and his internship in China at the Cheng Du University Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

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Living Chi Acupuncture Clinic: 

Doctor of Chinese Medicine Aaron Khor

686 Parramatta Road, Croydon, NSW 2132

Ph: 0431 170 169



What is Chinese Medicine Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is a form of medicine and a key component of Traditional Chinese Medicine which thin needles are inserted into the body at specific anatomic sites (Chinese Medicine Acupuncture points).


What does Chinese Medicine acupuncture do?
The use of acupuncture promotes the movement of Qi and Blood. By increasing blood circulation, the body can then nourish the internal bodily systems. This includes organs, muscles, ligaments, joints, and bones. In other words, it helps to distribute the nutrients and minerals throughout the body. 


Chinese Medicine & Modern Science
From a scientific point of view, Chinese Medicine acupuncture stimulates points through meridian channels. This causes the release of certain chemicals from our brains, spinal cords, and muscles. Peptides are released and enhance the healing process by moving blood to the local area.


Chinese Medicine Acupuncture may help with managing symptoms of muscular tension often associated with:
Stress     Poor Body Posture        Injuries       Back Pain      Muscle Contraction   Neck Pain       Waking up with pain

压力/紧张         不良姿势           受伤          背疼         肌肉收缩           颈部疼痛

Cupping Therapy

Cupping Therapy
Cupping therapy is a modality in Chinese Medicine where local suction with heated cups is applied on the skin. The cups can be moved to different locations promoting the movement of blood. This therapy may help with managing symptoms of muscular tension often associated with:
Stress     Poor Body Posture     Injuries     Back Pain    Muscle Contraction   Neck Pain
Waking up with pain

拔罐疗法是替代医学的一种形式,在这种疗法中,将带有加热杯的局部抽吸作用在皮肤上。 这种疗法有助于控制通常与以下情况有关的肌肉紧张症状:

压力/紧张      不良姿势      受伤     背疼     肌肉收缩      颈部疼痛

Chinese Herbal Medicine

Chinese Herbal Medicine
Herbal Medicine philosophy takes a holistic approach when observing and diagnosing the human body. Taking this approach helps to understand the disease, its progression and root cause. Chinese Medicine Practitioners considers each person’s signs & symptom’s as they can manifest differently. Herbal medicine is then adjusted and specifically made for that person to match the condition.  


In Australia today, acupuncture when used as part of a holistic approach to treating certain conditions, is very much part of the mainstream medical services, with 10% of Australians having experienced acupuncture and 80% of general medical practitioners having made a referral to an acupuncture service.

The philosophy behind acupuncture is to use very fine needles strategically and painlessly positioned around the body with the effect of directing your own body’s energy, Qi, towards the affected areas, whilst at the same time promoting the free flow of blood which can aid recovery. Afflictions most commonly treated by acupuncture include neck and back pain, difficulties with posture and general pain that can be a result of stress or injury.

At the Australian Academy of Tai Chi, our master practitioner draws upon his extensive knowledge and experience of Chinese medicine and traditional acupuncture to offer the best service in Sydney.

Best results are often obtained when acupuncture is used in conjunction with Tai Chi as both processes work in harmony towards relaxation, directing Qi and facilitating blood flow to all parts of the body, including the extremities which may often have insufficient blood flow. Tai chi is now practiced by approximately 150,000 Australians and it’s deliberate and slow movements are no longer considered the preserve of just the elderly.

Many people have come to understand and utilise the benefits of Chinese acupuncture here in Sydney, so if you would like to find out more, contact us today – no referral from a doctor is required.

Aaron Khor Acupuncture - Qualifications

Bachelor of Health Science (Health Services Management & Health Promotion) - UWS
Bachelor of Health Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine - UTS
AHPRA Certificate of Registration - Traditional Chinese Medicine
University of Traditional Chinese Medicine China Cheng Du Certificate
ATMS Acupuncture Association Certificate
Tian Meng Shaolin Kung Fu Academy Certificate
Tai Chi Instructor Certificate - AATC Certified 1976
Tai Chi Master Certificate - AATC Certified 1976
Personal Trainer Certificate IV
Personal Trainer Certificate IV in Nutrition
Wu Dang Tai Chi & Wu Shu Training Certificate
Bai Yun Guan - Bei Jing Monastery Tai Chi Training Certificate
Bai Yun Guan - Bei Jing Monastery Tai Chi Training Certificate