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Neck Massage to Eliminate Headaches
Moriah Diederich, Yoga Mojo
Holistic Yoga Therapist™, RYT500, Accessible Yoga Ambassador
Neck massages are blissful.
As much as it would be lovely to go see a professional massage therapist every week, it’s not very practical. So, how can you give yourself a neck massage to release all that tension?
If you suffer from headaches or just carry a lot of tension in your neck, learn how to use therapy balls to relieve pain and increase range of motion to better turn your head. Because you deserve a neck massage whenever you want it.
I highly recommend the Tune-up Therapy Balls featured in this video, as they can be used to roll out just about everywhere you have tension! But if you’re in need of a neck massage right now and don’t have these, you can use two racket or tennis balls – something that has a little give to them. In other words, I don’t recommend using golf or lacrosse balls – these are too hard and will probably end up giving you a headache!
So what are you waiting for? Go give yourself that much needed neck massage!
In this video I demonstrate how easy it is to give yourself a tension-releasing neck massage. If you don’t have a set of Tune-up Therapy Balls, use two racket balls or tennis balls in a sock.
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Jill Miller invented the Tune-up Therapy Balls and how to use them for just about any area you need to release tension. Below find the resources to purchase the set of balls, book and/or videos depending on how you like to learn. And of course if you want in-person instruction, I can help!
Tune-up Therapy Balls
If you’re serious about getting a massage anytime and anywhere you want one, then you need a set of these.
The Roll Model Book
The book that will teach you all about your fascia and how to massage every area that needs it.
Get video instruction on how to roll out your tissues from the creator herself, Jill Miller. Oh, and did I mention she has a great sense of humor?
FEEL BETTER IN YOUR BODY!
I am passionate about helping my clients learn how to realign themselves in order to breathe, move and live better. Please contact me if you would like to learn how to align yourself and move more to decrease your daily aches and pains. I’d love to help you feel better in your body!
Moriah Diederich is a certified Holistic Yoga Therapist, E-RYT 500 and Accessible Yoga Ambassador, and has been featured on KGW8 Portland Today. She owns Yoga Mojo & Movement Therapy in Vancouver, WA, where she offers holistic yoga therapy and private yoga classes customized for each client and their specific needs. Moriah is passionate about helping people move more comfortably on a daily basis with the energy to enjoy family, community and the world around us. She believes that every individual can benefit from yoga because the practice is accessible to everyone and teaches us how to sustain healthy movement for life. Moriah lives in Camas, Washington with her best friend and husband Bret Canfield and their two furry kids: a couch potato Pitbull named Rookie, and a sweet and sassy green-eyed cat named Evie.
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108 SE 124th Ave, Suite 18
Vancouver, WA 98684
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Yoga Mojo & Movement Therapy is conveniently located off I-205 and Mill Plain and serves all of the Clark County, Washington area including Vancouver, Washougal, Camas, Felida, Salmon Creek, Ridgefield, Battle Ground, Hockinson and La Center.The second exit after the NB I-205 bridge, Yoga Mojo is also quick and easy to get to from Portland, Oregon.