Massage Products I
to Support my
and that of my Patients and Students!
These are massage products I use in my own massage practice, and highly
recommend. They are all made in small, home based businesses
women involved in one way or another with the healing arts.
Blends Body Therapy Cream
I love the way Buddha Blends Body Therapy
Cream feels! I
highly recommend this cream for anyone giving deep tissue massage.
Buddha Blends Body Therapy Cream was originally formulated
for use in giving Mana Lomi®
massage, and it is the primary massage lubricant that I use.
I love this cream because of its wonderful ability to allow
both glide and drag which facilitates the deep yet gentle, bone deep
Mana Lomi ®
massage that I offer. Read more.
Harbor Farms MSM Pain Relieving Cream
years ago I received a free sample package of Grace Harbor Farms MSM
Preparing to dance in a hula performance one
day I felt my
shoulder aching. Without giving it much thought and certainly not
miracle, I quickly smeared the MSM cream sample all over my shoulder
going on stage. When
I returned to the dressing room after the performance I realized with
that my shoulder had been pain free and had moved smoothly the
I was on stage, and it was still pain free. WOW!
Being pain free
leads to graceful dancing! YEAH!! Read
Thumbby Massage Tool
A Thumbby is a hand held
massage tool made of silicone which I use for
self care, and which I recommend to students in my Mana Lomi®
classes. The bottom of the cone shaped Thumbby
sticks to many wall surfaces including wood, wallboard and
My favorite way to use
theThumbby is to stick it onto a wall and then lean my
backside into it in order to apply simple compressions and/or
compression-traction around my sacrum and
tailbone and also around my shoulder blades.
In this way I explore and release my own
tissues in a way quite similar to the way I use advanced Mana Lomi®
techniques to release restrictions in other peoples tissues. The
Thumbby allows me to give myself much more specific compressions than I
am able to do with a tennis ball.
To learn more about the Thumbby and to purchase buy one for yourself,
please visit the website www.thumbby.com.