Massage therapist & Reiki practitioner
John specializes in neck health including headaches, whiplash and jaw issues. He also specialize in lower back pain and rotator cuff issues
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John Feng LMT "The Neck Specialist " graduated from The Center for Natural Wellness school for massage therapy, along with a BS in Mathematics from SUNY Stony Brook. He is well versed in many different healing techniques such as Neuromuscular Technique, Myofascial Release,Cranial-Sacral Therapy, Reflexology, Sports Massage, and Reiki. He combines all these techniques in every session assuring the patient gets the best treatment that fits his/her needs. He looks at the body as a whole and makes the proper connections to find the root of your issues.
John is often referred to as "The Neck Specialist." He specializes in all neck related issues ie, headaches, jaw issues, whiplash, numbness and tingling of arms and hands along with other nerve related issues. His other specialty is with lower back problems. Other issues that he can help with includes rotator-cuff problems, knee issues, arthritis, and multiple sclorosis.
His hobbies include going to the beach, going to farmers markets, and different musical festivals around the island. He also enjoys learning everything health related and nutrition.
What inspired me to be a massage therapist was I truly believe it is my calling. I am able to learn techniques and muscles with minimal effort and I never forget it after. I love learning everything about my body and how I can heal myself, in turn I take this knowledge to transfer it to helping my clients and friends.
It is different from other forms of bodywork in that it is very specific. Short storks are used similar to trigger point therapy except it is focused specific sensors located in your muscles. It is a completely dry massage tailored to your specific needs.
There might be some pain involved and thats due to the issue my client is coming into see me. I use a gentle but firm approach to work out the underlying issue to solve the problem instead of just masking the pain or symptoms.