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Ahlek Ng  - Biography

 

Ahlek Ng - A dedicated and inspirational personality, has been practicing, Energetic Modality -  Acupuncture, Tuina, Shiatsu and Reflexology since arriving in New York City from Malaysia in 1991. A Malaysian Chinese with roots in FuJian China, he is always fascinated by the history and culture of his motherland and especially Chinese Medicine and the biomedical aspect of Chinese Herbs. Mr. Ng holds a B Sc. degree in Analytical Chemistry from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. He also completed his B. S. in Professional Studies and M.S. from Swedish Institute, College of Health Sciences, New York.


A Mother and Son partnership in Reflexology Therapy in New York City 
convinced and changed his passion forever and provided him with the 
impetus to pursue a professional career in Massage and Acupuncture 
at The Swedish Institute, College of Health Sciences. The relentless 
inclination to improve his skills culminated in the completion of a course of study in Massage (1996), followed by Acupuncture (2000), Herbology (2002) and today he is a New York State Licensed Massage Therapist (L MT) , Acupuncturist (L Ac
,) and NCCAOM board certified in Oriental Medicine (Dipl. OM), Chinese Herbology (Dipl. CH) and Acupuncture (Dipl. AC). In year 2010, AMTA has awarded him the "15 Year Membership Anniversary Pin" for continual support of the massage profession.


He receive his training in Classical Chinese Acupuncture at the Swedish Institute under the guidance and tutelage of Jeffrey Yuen - The world-renowned scholar and educator of Chinese Healing Arts whom has been involved with healing traditions since he was a young child. Jeffrey Yuen is an 88th generation Toaist Priest. He is also the grandson of the late Yu Wen an 86th Generation Taoist Priest from the Jade Purity Sect, devoting his entire life to teaching and healing and Yu Wen traveled throughout China planting seeds to perpetuate The Taoist philosophy believing that "there are no incurable diseases, only incurable people".


It is the firm believe of Jeffrey Yuen that healing is a vocation, not something to be undertaken without a genuine concern for the welfare of the general public, a deep compassionate outreach and a willingness to create dialog with other healers and he has imparted this believe into every of his student and we all strive to create and build a better world around us for as the saying goes "Whatever goes around comes around".  

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