• ouch! story

    A.C.E. our health for ourselves and our loved ones.

  • Our lives can be overwhelmed with many commitments from work, social life and hobbies. Sometimes we forget that we are important too and we should be the main focus of our lives. It can get draining if we forget our own needs and take on too many things. When our plate is too full, we could even lose our direction in life as we are so bogged down by our daily responsibilities.

     

    Burden no more

    "Have I become slower?" I know what was my dad's concern. He had been a street-smart quick-witted man. As his health deteriorated, his movements became slower. The usual 10 minutes trip to the supermarket took 50 minutes. He also took longer than usual to reply during conversations.

     

    It pained me to see him deteriorating from cancer. It pained me to see how hard he tried to stay as strong as he could till his very last day.

     

    "I am in pain". I hear this everyday countless times from my 99 years old grandmother. She had been a lively character till 95. She was still cooking, singing and dancing until she was bedridden after a fall.

     

    It is never just the patient who is in pain. When one family member is sick, the whole family is in pain, financially and emotionally.

     

    Prevent with self-care

    Our aches and pains can be prevented if we know how to and start early enough. Self-care is away of giving back to our loved ones. I want to be well, and not be a burden. More importantly, we only live once and should enjoy life with no regrets!

     

     

    Tailor my career

    I have no regrets switching my career path. I was working in a statutory board which gave me financial security, but I needed more flexibility and possibilities. Year after year, I felt the repetitiveness of working and the work seemed never-ending. I already envision where I would be in years to come and I did not love what I saw. Many times, I felt trapped at my desk. The fear from life's uncertainties is real but I never regretted my decision to resign. We only live once and I wanted a life that was exciting with endless possibilities.

     

    I tailor my career by combining things I live - training and TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) in the form of TCM self-care workshops.

     

    I have believed in TCM since I was young simply because it works for me. I used to visit 2 doctors when I was sick, the Western doctor to get a medical certificate (TCM medical certificate was not recognised then), and the TCM doctor to get medication that heals me in 2-3 doses.

     

    Many believe in TCM but finds it too complicated. I wish to bridge them into the wonders of TCM through simple TCM self-care.

    Vision

    Pain free quality life

    Mission

    Provide simple effective solutions to improve your quality of life through quality products we believe in

    Values

    Simplicity: fuss free simple solutions

    Community: we do it together

    The Founder

    Hui Fang graduated from Nanyang Technological University's Nanyang Business School with a degree in Human Resource Consulting. She first learnt meridian therapy in 2006 from a group of Taiwanese professors from National Yang Ming University. Since then, she has fallen in love with the simplicity and effectiveness of their methods and wants to contribute to society by sharing what she has learnt with the world. She went on to upgrade herself with a Diploma in Chinese Medicine Health Management Practice from Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is also a certified trainer with Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA). She is known for making complicated Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) so easy for her learners.

     

    Hui Fang's TCM self-care workshops at community clubs, associations and corporate organisations are always very well received.

  • ouch! is featured in The Asian Entrepreneur!

    Hui Fang Helps People Reset Their Health by Removing the Ouch!

    Hui Fang plays the role of bridging individuals to the wonders of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) through simple and easy hands-on activities. Featured in The Asian Entrepreneur, she envisions individuals starting their self-care journey early to reset health by removing ouch.

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