Ive teamed up with @samplesizesocial and @spoonk_space to talk about my experience with chronic pain; something I know a lot of us are dealing with on the regular.

For several months, I had been experiencing extreme muscle tightness and soreness around my neck and shoulders. I go to the gym about 4 times a week, and sometimes I don’t spend enough time stretching my muscles out after a workout. That, combined with holding a lot of stress in those tension spots, made waking up every morning extremely uncomfortable. My fiancé would have to massage my neck every single day, multiple times a day, just to give me some relief from the pain.
Paying for expensive professional massages every single week didn’t seem like a feasible strategy and nothing else seemed to work!

But then I discovered an amazing product by @spoonk_space which gave me long lasting relief and essentially cured my chronic pain – their acupressure massage mat! All I had to do was lay my neck and shoulders on the mat for about 20 minutes at a time. I only did this once a day for a few days and started to feel a dramatic improvement! Not only did my pain disappear, but the activation of pressure points in my body improved my sleep quality in a very noticeable way!

I have always been curious about holistic healing but I never wanted to commit to an entire session with a practitioner and risk feeling like my wellness depended on that kind of investment. This was exactly what I needed. Not to mention, they offer a 30 day money back guarantee if we don’t see noticeable results!
Each mat comes with its own carry bag, so I often take mine to the gym with me and use it after my workouts.

If you’d like to know more about this product and gain a deeper understanding of its health benefits, head on over to their website!

#spoonk #recovery #massagetherapy #spoonkroller

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