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Yamuna Body Rolling Foot Saver Kit

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  • Includes Foot Saver spheres and an instructional DVD
  • Realign lower body
  • Fix foot problems
  • Stimulate refexology points
  • Helps improve posture
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Product Description

These plastic half-spheres are an intense, powerful tool for improving foot function and preventing your feet from restricting you at any time of life. Foot Savers actually re-educate feet. They improve gait, alignment, and muscle tone, stimulate reflexology points, strengthen arches, increase range of motion, and stimulate and elongate the muscles of the calves, thighs, hips, and lower back. Working intensively with Foot Savers, you can rehabilitate foot problems and literally work your body all the way to your head. Foot Savers come with a DVD of the basic foot fitness routines. For a detailed foot routine tailored to your needs, contact a YBR practitioner in your area. This product includes YBR Foot Fitness DVD and pair of Foot Savers.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: Italy
  • ASIN: B0006IJ9SU
  • Item model number: 0411
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,050 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It does a great job of stretching the plantar fascia, which relieves a lot of the pain of plantar fasciitis.
MikeL
I did all the usual treatments, freezing a can of coke and rolling it, stretches, orthotics, Ecco shoes, etc..
Satya
Intuitive use -- honestly, once you've done the exercises a few times, you understand quickly how to use them.
eligus

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81 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Satya on October 14, 2006
I worked as an Target employee for 3 months, and standing on the concrete floors for 10 hours a day (no real breaks!) resulted in the development of plantar faciatis, that never went away! I did all the usual treatments, freezing a can of coke and rolling it, stretches, orthotics, Ecco shoes, etc.. The ONLY thing that cured this, was this relatively inexpensive kit. YES, it was incredibly painful for the first, 10 times. YES, I had to do the routine, in a seated position, or with the aid of a pole, so not all my weight was bearing down. YES, I had to wear socks sometimes to reduce the sensitivity. However, this routine is incredibly powerful, if you stick with it, and use them on your own. I think this is a great theapy exercise, especially if you ice afterwards, or use heat or a foot bath before. These also work wonders on hands. Particularly with thumb pain. Put the moons on the floor, and get on your hands and knees, and press your palms into them. They are very good for deep and specific work. With regards to reducing the intensity of the sensation, on her website, she sells, purple nobby half moons, that are better for "waking the foot up" before advancing into the more specific and deeper penetration that the blue moons cause.

By the way, I talked to a Yamuna Body rolling teacher, and she said that Yamuna has a 2 hour foot routine! The tape is really the tip of the iceburg. If you really want to work on your legs and feet, work with someone trained in the system. Try her leg routine in additon to the total body dvd. The foot routine I've heard is the 10 minute warm up to the other routines. We never exercise our feet, or feel it critical until we rip an achilles tendon, etc... I think this is great! It's worth giving it a try. PLUS it's much cheaper than getting a massage or going to PT (or the perfect way to get more out of either, and continue the effects).
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Shaw Mumford on December 31, 2008
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I purchased these devices (things?) about six months ago; I have ongoing plantars fasciitis and had just developed an ache in the ball of my foot (technically Metatarsal joint pain). The instructions are well-written, and the DVD was amusing (unintentional) and clear. I found it difficult to balance on the things while doing the exercises, so I put my hand on a wall, or a doorframe, or whatever was handy. Doing the exercises was not pleasant, but it also was not painful - I would call it uncomfortable. But I did it. After about a week my feet started to feel better, and I stopped. About three months later my feet hurt again, and I started using them again. My feet stopped hurting after a few days, and I stopped doing the exercises. I seem to go through this cycle about every three months, and I suspect that if I spent the five minutes it takes to walk on the little blue guys every morning I would have happy feet all the time. I certainly think they are a good investment, as I continue to use them as needed.
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40 of 46 people found the following review helpful By One Jen of Many on September 1, 2005
Footsavers are good as a type of self foot massage and I recommend them highly for that purpose. However, I used the Footsavers daily for over a month and saw no long term improvement in the condition of my feet. They do help in relaxing the foot, especially the arch area. They help to alleviate post high-heels pain, but contrary to an article that I read in a major women's magazine, they haven't allowed me to wear high heels for extended time periods pain-free. They are easy to use, taking only a few minutes for each "session." The half-spheres are made of a firm glossy rubber-like material. The video is very short and you will only need to view it once or maybe twice to get the hang of it. (Probably written instructions would have sufficed as well). If you have foot pain, Footsavers may help as a massage-like device. However, they will not solve chronic foot problems.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By L. Shapcott on February 27, 2012
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I've had plantar fasciitis for about a year and a half. I have done all sorts of calf stretches and am reasonably flexible, but couldn't get rid of the plantar fasciitis. I took lots of motrin, wore shoe inserts for a year, tried taping my foot, night splints, the towel bunching exercise with your toes. You name it, I tried it. It wasn't until I started using this product that I noticed improvement. Now I can run again!! If I don't use it for 2-3 days, I'm right back to uncomfortable P.F, but this is better than taking ibuprofen all of the time. Works best if you also use a roller on your foot. I purchased a wooden one, but to be honest I prefer to use a can (about the size of campbell's standard soup can). It is the right height, has the right give, and gives a comfortable stretch.

For the Yamuna body rolling foot savers, beware the first time you use them! I had excruciating pain, but I kept at it and it really does make a difference, and now it no longer hurts--actually feels kind of good. Pull your socks up if you wear them while you use this. If your socks are loose on your foot, you'll slip off of the balls. If you use it bare foot, you may have to be a little more patient with changing poses as they can stick to your feet.

Update: using this product 2-3 times a week has kept my plantar fasciitis symptoms controlled enough where I began training for a 5K. Very glad I purchased it.
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