Suffer from migraines? Tip 2: Myofascial release for the Suboccipitals The Suboccipital muscles hold a lot of tension due to tightness in the neck resulting from bad posture. Soft tissue therapy can help reduce the tension and relaxing these muscles can reduce migraines and headaches as a result. Step 1: Lay down on supine (on your back) on a floor with your knees bent. Step 2: Use a tennis ball or a lacrosse ball for this release. #woodinville #wss #lacrosse
With Straighten Up Posture Corrector you condition yourself to be more aware of what proper form should be and feel like. It retrains, realigns and relaxes the wearer to avoid slouching, hunching and stress. Wear it up to 30 minutes a day to notice results. Ideal for office workers, travelers, video gamers and students. It's simple, gentle and stylish.
Wait... is this real life? This unique bed is made from 120 medium sized sofa balls covered in elastic fabric. The crazy thing about this bed is that you can change its form. It doesn’t have to be horizontal bed all the time. You can pull up the sofa balls to make a small seating arrangement or make new shapes for your relaxation needs. Plus they look kinda cute.