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Bolster Cylinder Chamea Black

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Bolster Cylinder Chamea Black is designed for positioning a person in their correct position and can also be used for therapy, massages, yoga, stretching, or resting. The bolster is size-matched to the width of most standard treatment tables, making this bolster easy to use.

Cylinder Bolster Pillow Benefits

  • Helps prevent the patient from rolling off the bed
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Offers pain relief in some positions
  • Takes pressure off the knees and spine

Features of Bolster Cylinder Chamea Black

  • The back roller is ideal for physical therapy and exercise
  • Cylinder Bolster helps relieve pain and stiffness in the back, neck, leg, and feet
  • Vinyl cover can be easily wiped clean
  • Helps ensure extended patient comfort
  • The ergonomic cylindrical design may help to achieve better posture naturally and relieve tension
  • Extremely durable and lightweight

What to buy with Black Bolster Pillow

What exercise can help to restore posture with Cylinder Bolster Pillow?

  • Reclined Bound Angle Pose:
    • Place a Supportive Round Yoga Bolster, lengthwise along your spine, from the bottom of your lumbar spine or tailbone up.
    • With the bottoms of the feet together at a comfortable distance from the body, allow your hips to open wide.
    • This will help reset your spine and target any lower back pain.
    • Breathe deeply, expanding your lungs to their fullest, letting your arms hang heavy as your chest cavity relaxes and blood circulation improves.
    • Hold for 3-5 minutes.
  • Child’s Pose:
    • One of the best poses to reset and lengthen your spine, the Child’s Pose, is never underestimated.
    • From a tabletop position (knees stacked directly under hips and wrists under shoulders), join both feet together and spread the knees wide as you sit back on your heels.
    • Reach both arms long out in front of you, bringing your forehead to the ground or mat, stretching the arms further as you settle into the pose.
    • With a Supportive Round Bolster, place lengthwise between your inner thighs, aligning with the center of your body.
    • Allow your neck to fall where comfortable, with the option to keep the forehead on the bolster if you want to extend this release into the full neck.
    • You can also switch between both sides of the face.
    • Hold for 5-7 minutes.
  • Extended Puppy Pose:
    • Stretch your spine and shoulders by counteracting the rounded posture held for oh-too-long.
    • Heading back into tabletop position, grab a Supportive Rectangular Yoga Bolster.
    • With your toes curled under, place the bolster in front of you so your chest can rest on it comfortably (you may have to resituate yourself).
    • Walk your hands out in front of you until your chest presses into the flat bolster.
    • Try not to sacrifice your stacked joints, as I may have in the photo above; you want your hips to stack directly over your knees.
    • Keep your gaze looking between your hands and find the space to breathe slowly, holding this posture.
    • Hold for 1-3 minutes.
  • Sphinx Pose:
    • Reducing our stress levels from the day, this pose stimulates our abdominal organs, tuning us into our nervous system(s) and connecting the mind to the body for a confirmed “you can relax now” message.
    • Known as the “infant of backbends,” the Sphinx pose strengthens our spine while increasing flexibility in the chest, lungs, shoulders, and abdomen.
    • Using a Supportive Rectangular Bolster, lie on your stomach with your feet relaxed behind you. No use of muscles will be needed to hold this posture. Place your bolster at its widest and flat in front of you, resting your forearms on top. Make sure to form a 90-degree angle in your elbow creases, stacking your shoulders over your elbows. Rest the gaze and enjoy.
    • Hold for 3-5 minutes.
  • Fish Pose:
    • Said to be the “destroyer of all diseases,” Fish Pose stretches the muscles between the ribs and our hip flexors.
    • Known to stimulate most muscles on the front side of the body, this posture also improves posture.
    • The Fish pose improves spinal flexibility and reduces body fatigue and anxiety by strengthening the upper back and neck muscles.
    • Using a Supportive Rectangular Yoga Bolster, turn it on its side to the tallest height. Align the bolster with your spine, allowing your neck and head to fall. Forearms to mat or floor, extend the legs, and point the feet together.
    • Allow your chest cavity to open and slowly breathe into the new space.
    • Hold for 2-4 minutes.

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