• Tennis Ball Self-Massage

  • Effective Trigger Point Therapy to Relieve Your Muscle and Joint Pain
  • By: Angie Sage
  • Narrated by: Sangita Chauhan
  • Length: 33 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 06-21-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Angie Sage
  • 2.0 (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

Do you ever have really stressful days that make you long for a good massage? Do you constantly wish to visit a spa but simply never have the time? Do you know someone who gives great massages but he/she is simply nowhere to be found on that crucial moment when you need it? There is a way for you to have your very own massage buddy without having to spend much money. Furthermore, this massage buddy can please you at any time and any place that you wish. If you are thinking that this is exactly what you need, maybe it's time that you consider doing a tennis ball self-massage! All you need is a tennis ball and you can massage all the aches away! Massage refers to the manual manipulation of body tissues. This involves applying pressure on the different parts of the body - stationary or moving - to enhance relaxation, health and well-being. It can be done manually or with the use of a massaging device. You see, there are different ways to apply pressure on your body. You can use your hands, your fingers, your elbows, your knees, your forearms, or even your feet. Some people use electric massaging devices, others use manual massaging devices, and some people like to get creative and grab random objects around them which they can use to apply pressure on their body. It can be a stick, a bottle, or a ball. There are endless possibilities!
©2016 Angie Sage (P)2016 Angie Sage
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By Peter on 07-22-17

Probably not a good book without the anatomy chart

It might become funny for some people, specially if you are not in pain. it's a very simplistic book.

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