Serene Ng, DC
Doctor of Chiropractic | MChiro, UK | Member of the European Chiropractors' Union | Member of The Chiropractic Association (Singapore) |Member of ICPA| Craniosacral Therapist (Upledger)| Webster Technique Certified
Serene Ng is a chiropractic doctor, a graduate of the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, Bournemouth, England, where she applied for and was successful in obtaining a full scholarship for study. She represented the college (2005) to present her final year project to fellow students of physiotherapy and osteopathy in London. Her approach to rehabilitation of the body is in part influenced by her exposure to classical and folk dance. She studied Traditional Chinese Medicine for 2 years locally (2010). Serene Ng, DC, is a member of The Chiropractic Association (Singapore). She was the chiropractor for WWE Live Show, Singapore, in 2015, 2017, and 2019.
Chua Yen Yen
Vodder-Certified Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD) Therapist
Remedial Massage Therapist
Chua Yen Yen received her State Registered Nurse training from the U.K. After full-time parenting, she returned to healthcare as a natural therapist in Remedial Massage and Aromatherapy (Health School Australia). As a Dr Vodder-Certified Manual Lymph Drainage and Combined Decongestive Therapist, she works with Lymphoedema cases.
Rolf Method Practitioner (USA)
Probably the most extensively trained rolf practitioner in Singapore, David Lee has studied with Peter Melchior and Emmett Hutchin, two of the first instructors appointed by Ida Rolf, a pioneer in the field of bodywork known as structural integration.
To this day, he tirelessly continues his training and has thus earned his title of Advanced Practitioner of Structural Integration. Well-known instructors he has studied under include Jan Sultan, Michael Salveson, Louis Shultz, Sharon Hancoff, Tom Myers and Robert Schleip.
David Lee has assisted Tom Myers in the popular "Anatomy Trains" workshops in Hong Kong and Beijing, China, over the last few years. He has been invited to be Assistant Instructor for the Visceral Manipulation courses in Singapore under the Barral Institute.
Ho Ming Gen
Ho Ming Gen is a licensed TCM Physician from Singapore and a graduate of Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution. He is a member of its Gastroenterology group. One of the needling technique he uses is Fu’s Subcutaneous Needle, an innovation for the treatment of myofascial pain and trigger points based on the work of Dr Simons and Dr Travell.
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