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Does anyone do bodywork. Pressure point!

kiniesology!

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I've been through my fair share of them too, and the struggle to find the right one is real. Your point about consistency is spot on – if it's not user-friendly, it's just gonna collect dust, right? The fact that it's well-weighted and easy to maneuver while hitting those tricky spots is a game-changer. And those multiple intensity levels? Genius. It's like having a personal massage therapist adapting to your needs. Checked out your site, and it looks promising! The variety of attachments is a nice touch – it's like a customizable spa day at home. Excited to see how your brand takes off. Sharing the link for anyone interested https://planetmassage.com/. Looking forward to more tips and stories from your wellness journey.

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Couldn't agree with you more 

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Hi! I am Katherine, I am a weekend warrior. I've been suffering from severe ACL injuries for the past few years. During my recovery process, I was frustrated with the high-priced equipment with lack of support, I developed some brand to provide a more cost-effective option and a better user experience. I believe there will provide you, with all you need to improve your health & wellbeing!

Here's the thing,I have issues with tight muscles and resulting injuries all up and down the posterior chain. I've replaced almost 90% of my fascia guns for better healing.Since I started using some massage guns, it's clear as day that things are loosening up. One huge factor is that I will actually use this consistently. It feels amazing and is so easy to just turn on for a couple of minutes.  The device is solid and well weighted; I am able to hold it in one hand while working on my opposite shoulder without straining the arm holding the massage gun.

It’s more importantly that I like that it has 10–20 “levels”; I know some machines have two or three, and I have appreciated having so many options (along with all of the attachments!).

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New on here and read your post. I totally agree with the use of those. A real game changer for us weekend warriors. 

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I had several massage sessions and was satisfied when the painful points were massaged. But when I was referred for a deep tissue massage, I was in a lot of pain. My neck, back, and shoulders hurt. I gave up that kind of massage and started using a home massager. I read a review about www.massage-gun-guide.com and decided I was going to use it. The first thing I expected from a massage gun was muscle relaxation after a workout and a quick recovery. Moving the gun around the body is easier and much more enjoyable than fiddling with a massage roller, stretching out on a mat.

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I get acupuncture and chiropractic.  My acupuncturist is a certified massage therapist.  She does some of that work on me as well.

If you can avoid the creep show of prostitution related massage services and find a real massage therapist...it can help in many amazing ways.

If you want to find a real massage therapist, you might try contacting a massage therapy school and ask for recommendations.

I do know about kiniesology.  I had a bit of that work done on me.  Excellent therapy.

(injuries from multiple car accidents)

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