After the Christmas indulgence, you are probably starting to think about your new year’s resolutions. If you want something easy to use, unbreakable* and guaranteed to restore balance and make you glow, then choose one of the Hayo’u Method’s highly effective self-treatment tools.
These high quality jade tools have been scientifically designed for the skin and scalp. They offer multiple health and beauty benefits, are affordable (with prices from £35), long lasting and extremely enjoyable to use. There is also no charging required or batteries.
Hayo’u Method founder and Chinese practitioner Katie Brindle has distilled the essence of thousands of years of Chinese wisdom into simple, one-minute rituals to follow with the full range of products. Through Gua sha (a massage technique using a tool) and conscious breathing exercises, you can simplify your beauty regime to help reduce the signs of premature ageing, while also looking after your internal physical and mental wellbeing.
It is so easy to fall out of balance in the increasingly fast moving world we live in and this imbalance can – and does – compromise our immune systems. By using these tools and following the Hayou’u Method, which incorporates the ancient Chinese practice of Yang Sheng, you will be able to regenerate and maintain a strong and healthy immune system.
To further help you on your way to treating yourself well in 2019 – The Hayo’u Method has created a FREE downloadable guide with 5 powerful rituals to transform your wellbeing in the new year. Click here to find out more.
- The term ‘Yang Sheng’ in Chinese medicine is all about self-healing and is based on the philosophy of Taoism, which prioritises living with the rhythms of nature. At this time of year, we should be introspective; having early nights and lie ins, not late nights and hangovers. In our modern world, we get out of balance and our immunity is compromised. Which leads to the weight gain, bad skin and fatigue.
- Yang Sheng offers a profound insight into how the body works and more importantly how to keep it well. The Chinese approach to health is that prevention is as – or indeed, more – important as cure. So, the first step is to use the Hayo’u Method to support your body in maintaining its equilibrium.