Hatch is a program which comes with various acupressure points for you to practice self-acupressure therapy for:
1. Instant Pain Relief: Our natural health methods aim to help relief pain almost instantly.
2. Keeping our bodies in BALANCE: We often build up our poor health over a period of time. Our simple methods aid our bodies to return to a more balanced state.
3. PREVENTIVE healthcare: YounGoGo believes in preventive healthcare and promotes the consistent maintenance of our bodies through our programme.
1. Instant Pain Relief
Check out the acupressure points to relief your discomfort.
Stiff Neck & Shoulders | Headache, Dry Tired Eyes | Insomnia, Palpitation, Chest Pain, Tightness in Chest | Nasal Congestion, Allergy, Rhinitis, Sneezing, Running Nose | Abdominal Bloating, Constipation, Gastric Pain, Stomachache, Diarrhea, Nausea, Vomiting, Weak Limbs | Backache, Lower Back Pain
Stiff Neck and Shoulders
Feng Chi is located at the base of our hairline. You will feel an indent at these points.
Jian Jing is located at the mid point between the spine and the end of the shoulder.
Feng Chi: Cup your palm and place your palm onto your neck firmly.
Raise your head up and down 20 times.
Jian Jing: Place your right hand onto your left shoulder,
left hand onto your right shoulder. Your middle finger should fall nicely onto Jian Jing.
Massage Jian Jing in circular motion 20 times.
Headache, Dry Tired Eyes
Da Dun is located at the inner side of our thumb nail.
Xing Jian is located between the 1st and 2nd toe (near web).
Tai Chong is located on top of your foot in the webbing between the 1st and 2nd toe.
Use your finger knuckle to massage these 3 points 20 times.
An easy way is to 'draw' a line over these 3 points from Da Dun to Tai Chong towards your ankle.
Insomnia, Palpitation, Chest Pain, Tightness in Chest
Shen Men is located at the wrist line. 'Draw' a line between the 4th and 5th finger down to the wrist line. The indent is Shen Men.
Nei Guan is located 3 fingers from our wrist line at the mid point.
Use your thumb to massage these points 20 times.
Nasal Congestion, Allergy, Rhinitis, Sneezing, Running Nose
He Gu is located at the highest point of the muscle when thumb and index fingers are held together. Place the line from your right thumb onto the web of your left hand in between your thumb and index finger. You should feel some soreness when you press at this point.
Ying Xiang is located at the side of our nose. You can feel the indent at these points.
He Gu: Use your thumb to massage 20 times.
Ying Xiang: Use your index fingers to massage this points 20 times.
Abdominal Bloating, Constipation, Gastric Pain, Stomachache, Diarrhea, Vomit, Nausea, Weak Limbs
Zu San Li is located 4 fingers below the knee cap just beside the shin bone.
Clench your fist and hammer this point 20 times.
Backache, Lower Back Pain
Wei Zhong is located at the mid point behind our knee cap.
Tap this point 20 times.
Not sure if you are getting the points right? Get them right in our workshops.
2. Keeping our bodies in BALANCE
Tune back what has gone out of balance.
It is all about BALANCE.
We are healthy when our system is in balance.
Through years of research and observation, our organs, emotions and many other factors are classified into WOOD, FIRE, EARTH, METAL, WATER.
Emotions affect our organ health. E.g. Too much anger harms our liver.
Experiencing any imbalance?
WOOD: LIVER & GALL BLADDER
Headache . Dry Tired Eyes . Stiff Neck & Shoulders
FIRE: HEART & SMALL INTESTINE
Insomnia . Palpitation . Chest Pains . tightness in Chest
EARTH: STOMACH & SPLEEN
Abdominal Bloating . Constipation . Gastric Pain . Stomachache . Diarrhea . Weak Limbs . Belching . Nausea . Vomiting . Loss of Appetite
METAL: LUNG & LARGE INTESTINE
Nasal Congestion . Rhinitis . Sneezing . Running Nose . Cough . Sore Throat . Asthma . Breathing Difficulties
WATER: KIDNEY & BLADDER
Fatigue . Poor Physique . Backache . Lower Back Pain . Menstrual Disorders . Menstrual Cramps . Cold Hands & Feet . Low Sex Drive
Start taking care of the respective imbalance.
Find out more in our hands on workshops.
3. PREVENTIVE healthcare
In 5 mins