Ergonomic 4.3 inches for neck
The only self-myofascial release tool that ergonomically fits in the neck to effectively restore neck and upper cervical spine function. It is a great way to de-stress and rejuvenate after a long day. Use with Caution: This exercise is not recommended for an individual with an injured cervical spine.
The Travel Roller has been ergonomically designed to fit in the cervical curvature of the neck with its 4.3 inch diameter. Place the Travel Roller under you neck like a pillow, laying on the ground with your body facing up. Slowly rock your head side to side to massage deep into the skull and neck muscles, use only the weight of your head and the firm density of the roller. Keep repositioning the foam roller in your scull and neck. Perform belly breathing while relaxing during this position. This is a great one to do right before you go to bed to rejuvenate and restore your spine and neck after a long day of work.
Superficial back line: This line can be affected very promptly with working the plantar fascia thoroughly with a release ball. Strong connection to the bottom of the feet, soleus, gastroc nemius, hamstrings, and spinal erectors this line finishes its connection on the front of the skull. We believe the majority of hamstring restriction and ‘tension’ is fascia tension held in the feet and upper traps into the back of the skull. Combining releasing the feet and sub-occipital attachments of the upper spine located in the neck can deliver remarkable positive changes in the bent over position or forward bend. We like to pair self-myofascial release work with checking and rechecking the range of the front bent over position.
Watch the foamrolling your neck beginner exercise here—>