The Pressure Positive Co. The Original Knobble
The Original Knobble by Pressure Positive Co.
Bodyworkers often use the Knobble to save wear and tear on their hands when working on tough spots. The Knobble feels almost like a part of your hand and can be held with your fingertips touching the receiver's body.
This all-wood massage tool is a traditional favorite of therapists and self care enthusiasts who prefer the look and feel of natural, turned wood. About the size of a large mushroom, the cap is held in the palm of the hand, and the smoothly rounded stem is used to apply pressure to trigger points in soft tissue.
Some gentle kneading motion with the Knobble or slow movement of the part of the body being massaged may be helpful. The Knobble is not meant to replace your healing hands, only to help them do more and last longer.
Use the tip, base, or side to apply deep pressure massage to sore muscles and trigger points.
About Pressure Positive Co.
In 1979, when the Pressure Positive Company first began designing and making the original backnobber and the original jacknobber in rural Pennsylvania, it was their goal to produce a well-crafted product of practical value made of quality materials, and with a design grace of elegant simplicity. These same principles continue to guide the Pressure Positive Company today in our continuing efforts to develop new and useful products. The Pressure Positive Company's products, when used as they are intended, have been found to relieve many of the muscle pains that can come from physical and occupational stress, overuse injuries and chronic conditions.
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