Friday, December 4, 2015

Self-Myofascial Release Massage Balls



Even though I can't personally have massages other then on my feet or a light shoulder rub, my children and my husband can have massages so these balls help me be able to give them massages without tiring out my hands too much.

I have Fibromyalgia and even though massage is great for it I can't have them because of my Kidneys. Even giving other people massages sometimes causes me a lot of pain so this is where the massage balls come in. They help me be able to massage deeper without having to put extra pressure on my hands which is great for the one receiving my massage. These massage balls are also great for self use. I personally use these balls to roll on the bottom of my feet.

You can find these Massage Balls on Amazon.


Azatrum Health's "Open Up" self-myofascial release massage balls are effective tools which can help you to reduce muscle soreness, improve mobility, increase flexibility, and reduce your injury risk over time.

Our product offer includes a bonus PDF & Video step-by-step instructional guide to ensure that you'll get the most out of each rolling session, whether it is at home or on-the-go. The guide shows you how to work the ball into all of the major muscle groups of the body.

Every muscle in the human body is covered in a layer of fascia. When our fascia undergoes stress, small tears can occur, causing adhesions. These adhesions are commonly referred to as "trigger points". By applying directed pressure to these trigger points via self myofascial release, we can effectively reduce or eliminate a wide range of pains and discomfort in the body. 

Simply place Azatrum Health's self myofascial release balls between any trigger point and a flat surface, then let gravity take over! 

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