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ABOUT THE BALLS

In my classes I change up the way we use the tools based on the goals of the session. Some areas of the body require softer tools. Some areas of the body will feel great with firmer tools. Sometimes the totes that the balls come in allow for specific traction, alignment, movement or support. Here’s a quick write up on the tools from my POV.

These are a staple for me. From scrolling the shins and calves to traction and rolling at the base of the skull and everything in between. Great both in an out of the tote bag.

These are a staple for me. From scrolling the shins and calves to traction and rolling at the base of the skull and everything in between. Great both in an out of the tote bag.

People often roll their eyes when i don’t bring the “hard balls” but are quickly converted. This squishy ball can be a restorative dream or a sticky spot … I don’t want to say nightmare - ha ha - but it can offer some intense sensation as well. Great for working boney areas like the ribs, spine and even the neck and face. a must have for those who really want to work fascia on deeper levels. this ball can also be used for a pilates like approach to core work.

People often roll their eyes when i don’t bring the “hard balls” but are quickly converted. This squishy ball can be a restorative dream or a sticky spot … I don’t want to say nightmare - ha ha - but it can offer some intense sensation as well. Great for working boney areas like the ribs, spine and even the neck and face. a must have for those who really want to work fascia on deeper levels. this ball can also be used for a pilates like approach to core work.

This ball has a life of it’s own. Because it’s larger than the Tune up plus balls - if you’re on the ground leaning your weight on it - it will drive deeper - I use it on QL, quads and base of skull. On the wall you can take it anywhere for a slightly softer feel and/or to get a little more distance from the wall.

This ball has a life of it’s own. Because it’s larger than the Tune up plus balls - if you’re on the ground leaning your weight on it - it will drive deeper - I use it on QL, quads and base of skull. On the wall you can take it anywhere for a slightly softer feel and/or to get a little more distance from the wall.

These guys are a smaller version of the tune up plus balls on the top left. I like smaller balls for more specific, boney or hard to reach areas of the body. Jaw, behind the ear, pectoral stuff … this little guy will give you a run for your money and is just the shorter cousin of tune up plus. I prefer plus for my regular work but would use these interchangeably. A better option if you are very thin / boney as they won’t drive as deep as the plus. If you’re more fleshy (like me!) the plus are a good option.

These guys are a smaller version of the tune up plus balls on the top left. I like smaller balls for more specific, boney or hard to reach areas of the body. Jaw, behind the ear, pectoral stuff … this little guy will give you a run for your money and is just the shorter cousin of tune up plus. I prefer plus for my regular work but would use these interchangeably. A better option if you are very thin / boney as they won’t drive as deep as the plus. If you’re more fleshy (like me!) the plus are a good option.