About Us

Febie Cheng is the founder of Somerset Myotherapy Group.  She is a qualified Myotherapist from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology ( RMIT) . She is a passionate, caring, active and enthusiastic Myotherapist. , who grow up in a Martial Arts background and learned the practice of Therapeutic Massage (Tu Na) from her Martial Arts Master . She assisted her Master to work at Chinese Chiropractic ‘s Clinic when she lived in Hong Kong back in the 1980s.   She is coming from Nursing Home background. .
She is great understanding what did people need.
She continues to learn Western medicine as a way to further her knowledge and to improve other people’s quality of health and wellness.
She worked with the multi-professional team since at Health Clinic.. And then she moves on her own practice. She uses a combination of modality techniques to treat people effectively.  She improved a lot of people with their chronic conditions such as a Migraine headache, Frozen shoulder, Rotator Cuff, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Musculoskeletal ache pain, lower back pain, Neuro pain and etc over the past.  She has also gained clinical experiences through practicing alongside physiotherapists, with Australian Basketball College, Australian Football League, National Institute Circus Australia (NICA), Wellington Community Center and through volunteering with indigenous people at Jagran Jan Vikas Samiti, and with Hands on Health Global Intensive in India.
Her interests are Martial Arts, Tai Chi, Table Tennis, Exercise, Photography and Travel. 
She is also a Tai Chi for Health Instructor and Traditional Martial Arts Instructor

She can speak English, Cantonese and Mandarin

Professional Training:
Beyond Mechanical Pain- Pelvic Health
Psychological Pain Management
Advanced Dry Needling
Occupational Health and Safety Training Course
MAT( Movement Assessment Technologies) Course–Level 1
Kinetic Link Training–Level 1-Functional Strength & Conditioning
Lower Limb Tendinopathy
Practitioner of Pregnancy Massage

Please book Febie online today.