How to use a buckwheat pillow

Maggie, owner of ComfyComfy, discusses buckwheat pillows and how to use them. The first part of the video describes and shows the materials we use at ComfyComfy to make our pillows. In the second part, Maggie demonstrates how to adjust and properly use a buckwheat pillow. (If you just want to see how to use a buckwheat pillow you have skip to minute 2:45.)

 

Using the Gentle Acupressure Ball

Gentle Acupressure Ball (3.5", orange)

For those who have more sensitive feet, roll on this ball or apply pressure to points on your feet where you need relief.

As your feet get more used to getting massaged, use the Reflexology Ball for a more intense massage.

April 13, 2017 by Claire Collie

Using the Acupressure Ball

Acupressure Ball (3.5", orange)

This firm, but pliable ball is used to penetrate deep into muscles in the neck and shoulder area by pressing the ball directly into taut muscles (do not roll.) Migraine or tension headache sufferers can benefit by using this ball to trigger acupressure points that can promote healing and relief. Computer users get instant relief from neck and shoulder stiffness.

If this body massage ball is too intense, try the Gentle Acupressure Ball.

Made in Denmark.

April 13, 2017 by Claire Collie

How to use the Gentle Massage Ball

Gentle Massage Ball (4", yellow or red)


A good beginner body massage ball for a gentle massage on very tired or sore muscles anywhere on the body. Mainly used when lying down.

This massage ball requires inflation using a hand pump with an air inflation needle. Be careful not to over inflate the ball. Made in Italy.

 

April 13, 2017 by Claire Collie

How to use a Body Massage Ball

Body Massage Ball (7", black)

 

Begin your massage with this firm ball that’s great for overall stretching. To use this body massage ball place the ball under you and roll your neck, shoulders, back, hamstrings, and buttocks.

If your body is very sore, switch to the Gentle Massage Ball to continue your massage therapy session. For a more intense massage, switch to the Deep Tissue Massage Ball.

This massage ball requires inflation using a hand pump with an air inflation needle. Be careful not to over inflate the ball. Made in Italy.

 

April 13, 2017 by Claire Collie

Using the Reflexology Ball

Reflexology Ball (4", blue)

Roll your feet on this ball or apply pressure to points on the feet where you need relief.

April 13, 2017 by Claire Collie

How to use the Deep Tissue Massage Ball

Deep Tissue Massage Ball (5", yellow, green or red)

A more advanced body massage ball for deep tissue massage to relieve built up tension anywhere on the body.

This massage ball requires inflation using a hand pump with an air inflation needle. Be careful not to over inflate the ball. Made in Italy.

 

April 13, 2017 by Claire Collie

How to use the Deep Tissue Acupressure Ball

Deep Tissue Acupressure Ball (2.5", pink)

For smaller areas or very deep knots, roll on this firm smooth ball to activate acupressure points and to release deep rooted tension. Recommended for back, shoulders, buttocks, and feet.

Contains latex.

April 13, 2017 by Claire Collie

Top questions from our customers

What shape pillow is best for you, and other frequently asked questions from our customers.
November 23, 2015 by Claire Collie

Custom woven cotton twill for our buckwheat pillows!

Over the past two years, we have been working with a South Carolina mill to develop a cotton twill that has a tight weave, a soft feel, and is of consistently high quality. 

September 21, 2015 by Claire Collie