Omni Massage Roller
The key to the superior function of the Omni Massage Roller is its unique “omni-directional” massage ball. Reduces effort on the hands so you can massage more effectively.
The key to the superior function of the Omni Massage Roller is its unique”omni-directional” massage ball.
The high mobility of the “omni-directional” ball and easy-grip handle make the Omni Massage Roller a convenient and effective tool for professionals and home users alike.
Knots and restrictions can be felt in the tissue–similar to driving a car over a speed bump–this massager allows you to feel what is going on in the body.
Never use over boney structures, such as directly on the spinal column.
With a long-lasting and durable construction, Omni Massage products can be used in the whirlpool or a soothing bathtub, as there are no internal parts to wear out or corrode.
For professionals, Omni products can be used in place of fingers, hands, and elbows.
Washing Instructions: All Omni Massage products can be cleaned easily with soap and water.
Sports Massage – Most trainers use sports massage to warm up or cool down in conjunction with a workout or sports event.
Stroke – Moderate pressure usually with vigorous motion, back and forth or circular.
Swedish Massage – Known as “Traditional” massage.
Stroke – Light pressure with long gliding strokes on the skin adding in circular kneading and shaking motions.
Deep Tissue – Stroke – Using deep compression and friction along the grain of the muscle. Never use over boney structures, such as directly on the spinal column.
Pressure Point/Trigger Point Therapy – Pressure applied to individual muscles or muscle knots.
Stroke – Hold direct pressure on knot for 3-10 seconds.
Reflexology – A massage technique used for the hands and feet.
Stroke – Using a back and forth or static pressure use the tool on the base of the foot and the palm of the hand