On this page, you will find a selection of recommended products for better health, pain relief, and relaxation – from massage devices to natural fabrics clothing. I hope you find this page inspiring and that you’ll find something that may help you, as well as your friends and family. The majority of these items make lovely presents!

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Seasalt Cornwall clothing


Soulful, sustainable and highly comfortable clothing from natural fabrics.

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Bamboo Clothing store


Comfortable clothing with a lovely soft feel, made from natural bamboo fibres.

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Block Therapy


Block Therapy is one of the most intriguing self-care methods I’ve ever come across. In Block Therapy, you lie on a therapeutic tool called the Block Buddy for at least three minutes in various positions in order to decompress your fascia adhesions throughout your body. Fascia is a tissue netting all over our body, and it often becomes frozen and rigid, causing a whole number of health problems. Block Therapy has been successfully used for treating pain, achieving a younger-looking complexion, or even for decreasing cellulite.

The Block Buddy is made from bamboo, because, unlike artificial materials like foam or plastic, it shares a similar density to our bones. Using gravity and body weight, the Block Buddy is able to sink deeply into the tissue and address the root of your issues – such as chronic pain, inability to lose weight, premature aging etc.

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The pressure of this Bamboo brick brings increased blood and oxygen into the area, warming the connective tissue and “melting” fascia adhesions and knots. You need to breathe diaphramatically while using this tool.

When you practice diaphragmatic breathing, you increase oxygen absorption by up to 6 times the amount compared to breathing through the muscles of the upper chest. The combination of increased oxygen, the freeing of fascia adhesions, correct posture and alignment form the basis of Block Therapy.

I highly recommend watching the following testimonial video by the founder of Block Therapy (also referred to as Fluid Isometrics), Deanna Hansen.