We call it ASMR… …when you feel relaxed and peaceful through visual and hearing stimulation. Fast. Scratch. Relax. Relax. Relax. Hello. Appointment at 8 o’clock? Let’s see… Sorry, but may I have your name? Great. All confirmed now. I’m PPOMO from the tingle center. And I am Korean. My English may not be so good. If you are having any trouble understanding, … please note that you can push CC for subtitles. So… let’s get started with couple of questions. Is this your first time with ASMR? … or have you tried it a few times before? … or feeling a bit immune to tingle from repetitive usage? Ah! I see! Then you will probably have a good experience here trying out variety of triggers for tingle. I’m originally from a sleep clinic. And I got the opportunity to open ASMR tingle clinic in an event format. And you are the very first guest. I plan to continue opening the tingle clinic if the responses are good. We call it ASMR… … when you feel relaxed and peaceful through visual and hearing stimulation. And there are tons of triggers to get ASMR. Tons, meaning so many to cover all in one day. This is because there are a lot of elements for one human body to react on visual and sounds. I’d like to start the clinic session by testing with massage…, … massage, … tapping, … scratching, … and whispering. I hope you can find your own tigger within the area. Okay. I have prepared massage oil here. It is in a brown bottle and has a very soft and relaxing scent. And I will start giving you a slow face massage. It can satisfy both the visual and hearing element for tingle. Next will be the ear massage. This is to focus on the hearing element of tingle. How was it? Did you feel tingly? Next will be neck and shoulder massage. Big motions all around… … to give more of a relaxing feeling than tingles. Next time we will try tapping and scratching. Tapping and scratching can make endless amount of different sounds depending on the object. We will try it on objects like wood…, … like wood, … paper, … glass, … and … sticky sound like leather. You can either focus on the sound with your eyes closed, … or watch my hand motion for visual tingle. Starting with wood. Fast… Fast. Slow. How was it? Did you feel tingly? Now tapping and scratching this card made of paper. Tapping glass objects this time. Leather object next. You might enjoy either fast tapping or slow tapping more than the other. Everything is up to your preference. Shall we move on to whispering sound trigger? I personally categorize them by regular voice…, … whispering, … inaudible whispering, … and trigger words. Here is my regular voice. The weather is nice. You are lying down on the grass, watching the sky, forgetting all the hardship. Then start to think of random things that you like. You are feeling good and better. This time is my whispering. The weather is nice. You are lying down on the grass, watching the sky, forgetting all the hardship. Then start to think of random things that you like. You are feeling good and better. Next is inaudible whispering. Trigger words are next up. There are variety of trigger words, and I will be using… ‘stipple’ … ‘relax’, … and ‘tingles’. How was it? Did you feel tingly? Awesome! You have been doing great so far. I hope the session is helping you out find the trigger for you. Oh, time passed by fast. We will wrap it up for the day. There are still many triggers we didn’t get to test. But I am hoping that you have found the right trigger for tingle from the session. I will be looking forward to see you again. Have a wonderful day.