The fun to use Maxie Backsie from Body Tools
Maxie Backsie Wooden Back Massager by Body Tools
is one of the best in natural back care products you can find. The massage tool works by Acupressure points in your back, neck and shoulders. Begin just by laying down. Relax on the Maxie Backsie and don’t roll. Your body weight will help the tool work deep into the erector muscles along the spine. Recommended and enjoyed by successful doctors and chiropractors. This product will help keep you toned and aligned. By reaching the erector muscles on either side of the spine at the same time, it helps to improve your circulation.
This product is made from Kiln-dried Plantation Grown Mahogany.This is the descendent of the original Ma Roller which was developed over 30 years ago. The new rubber rings stabilize the rolling action making it easier to control your movements. By giving a gentle stretch to the spine and a deep massage to the antigravity muscles in the back, the Maxi-Backsie stimulates three fundamental lines of energy known to every ancient culture around the world. These three lines represent the very core of the man - both conscious and unconscious functions.
- An excellent device for massaging the spinal column
- The best in natural back care
- Rubber Grips on handles for stabilization
Begin by laying still on a carpet or excercise mat. Start at the top of the spine one place only at a time. This massage tool is not meant to be rolled. Each point along the spine need 10 deep breaths.
About Body Tools
Bodytools truly has had humble beginnings. Bodytools began in 1982 out of the trunk of an orange Volkswagen in Venice Beach selling massage tables to the local people. Later, the operations moved to a nearby Van Nuys Californian home. Kenny and Julie, the owners traveled extensively all over the country being on the road for weeks at a time visiting stores and going to tradeshows building the business. Buyers would visit the tradeshows to purchase a slowly growing line of massage and Bodytools. Around 1987 they opened a storefront where the bodytools operations grew. In 1999, bodytools moved to Northern California to Novato with a wholesale warehouse.
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