Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine is a school of Chinese Medicine in , California. The school was founded in 1989 by Maoshing Ni and Daoshing Ni, and is a traditional, Taoist-based graduate school, unique to Southern California. The school specializes in acupuncture and herbal medicine, preparing students for a Master of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine degree. It is most well-known for its Qi Development Program, which is integrated into the core curriculum. The university's clinic is the largest of its kind in Los Angeles, and offers care to the community.
The Yo San Clinic has affiliations with Venice Family Clinic, Venice Family Clinic's new Chronic Pain Clinic, Premiere Oncology of Santa Monica, and Being Alive, an HIV Wellness Center in West Hollywood, California.