Massage balls in Ireland available now
We have carefully selected massage balls to help you increase blood circulation and target specific areas of the body for gentle and deep tissue massages.
They are easy to use and clean, and their small size makes them simple to transport and add to your kitbag. Whether you need a spiky massage ball or you want a cork ball, you can find a variety available to buy now.
Want your item quickly? Order before 12pm and your item will arrive the next day.
Do massage balls work?
Yes. Massage balls are an effective way to target muscles and release tension. You can use them to get a deep tissue massage without visiting a therapist, and the size of the massage balls means that you can easily transport them. Perfect for when you are travelling for work and need a little extra support.
How do I choose a massage ball?
Massage balls come in a variety of styles, so deciding which is for you can be challenging. First, think of your needs. A soft, smooth massage ball might be better to start out with, but it may not provide you with the relief you need in targeting trigger points. A spiky ball might also feel too intense, so get a selection so you can always meet your needs.
Where can I use massage balls?
The beauty of massage balls is that they can be used anywhere on the body. If you have foot aches, you can place your ball on the floor and roll your foot over it to relieve pain. For shoulder aches, you can press the massager into your shoulder to help release tension.
What does a muscle knot feel like?
Muscle knots can develop almost anywhere on the body where you’ll find muscles and can feel like small, hard lumps. You may not be able to feel them easily, and so you may have to put pressure on them to find them. They can be painful or cause aches.
How do you know when a muscle knot releases?
When you massage and apply the right pressure to a knot, it limits the blood flow to it. Once you release the pressure, the theory is that more blood will flow into it, helping the muscle to relax. The knot will feel softer to touch and you might have an ache in your body, but movement is often easier.