Perfectly suited for therapeutic self-massage and strengthening exercises, especially of the hands and feet.
Build grip or finger strength and improve dexterity after an injury. Develop motor skills. Perform self-massage to relieve tension, rehydrate and mobilize connective tissue and soften scar tissue. Resilient vinyl construction. Mini Balls measure 1½" (40mm) dia.; Maxi Balls measure 2⅛" (55mm) dia. Sold in pairs.
Massage therapy is one of the most effective, widely used integrative therapies for reducing pain and relieving stress. Handheld tools give you the option of applying sustained pressure while maintaining optimal wrist positioning.
- Neck pain
- Foot pain
- Painful calves
- Hip flexor pain
- Shoulder pain
- Painful hamstrings
Place one hand flat on a table or counter. With the other hand, slowly press and/or roll the mini ball over the top and between each finger with pressing, stroking and circular movements. Repeat on the other hand.
Place the mini ball between two fingers and curl your fingers to make a loose !st. Slowly and gently squeeze 2–3 times. Repeat the squeezing between each finger of both hands, including between your index fingers and thumbs.
With moderate pressure, playfully roll your hand over the mini ball using pressing, stroking and circular movements. Then with a continuous motion starting at each fingertip, press into the ball and roll up your forearm to the elbow. Repeat with your other hand.
Press the pad of muscles at the base of your thumb into the mini ball, pinning the ball to the table, and place your other hand on top. Slowly press and release. Then with a squishing motion, try rotating your bottom hand as if making orange juice. Repeat this motion throughout the rest of your palm, and on the other hand.
Place one forearm !at on a table or counter. With the other hand, slowly press and/or roll the mini ball over the wrist and forearm with pressing, stroking and circular movements. Explore between the radius and ulna; apply moderate pressure to the wrist extensor mass. Repeat on the other forearm.
AMTA Massage article
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