Body Tool's Soother Massage Tool
Soother Wooden Massage Tool by Body Tools
is a great way to quickly dissolve knots of tension. Hold in the palm of your hand or wrap it around a towel if too intense. This tool is useful for pressure point therapy to help take the pressure off your fingers, knuckles and thumbs. Use it for reflexology, pressure point therapy and to help stimulate circulation. You can use the Soother all over the body. You will feel a pleasant tingling sensation as the release of tension invigorates you. Try this tool on a friend. Massage is one of the nicest gifts you can give.
- Pressure Point Therapy
- Stimulate Circulation
- A Reflexology Tool to Dissovle Tension
- Used mainly for neck and shoulder massage
- Great for feet as well
- Popular with massage professionals
- Made from wood
Used for pressure point therapy. Hold in your hand and roll along the knots. You can also place it on the floor and get those pressure points in the feet.
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 BODY TOOLS. 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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