Introducing: The Wellness Kit

Hands, Wrists, and Forearms

Hey Maker! 

If you are tired of the pain in your hands, wrists, and forearms you’re in the right place.

As an Artist, I understand the physical toll that an active studio practice can take on the body. The strain of working long hours and the stress that comes along with the process can increase your risk of injury over time.

Over the years, I’ve experienced my own share of aches and pains in connection with making my artwork. I remember feeling tension in my elbow and being concerned that I was developing a repetitive strain injury. If I were to lose a lot of mobility in my hands and forearms, I would no longer be able to make my work. Fortunately, I noticed early, acknowledged that the actions I was taking were not sustainable, and decided to make some very important changes.

I began using my background as a Licensed Massage Therapist and RYT 500 Alignment-Based Yoga Instructor to carefully evaluate and refine my studio habits. I felt a shift after incorporating specific stretching, massage, and strengthening techniques into my daily routine.

I believe that you deserve to feel great in your body, whether you spend hours working at a computer, hammering in your studio, throwing at the wheel, knitting, painting, or writing.

Developing a conscious studio practice will give you the leverage you need to pursue your creative vision on every level. Learning about the body empowers you to create studio habits that will support the lifetime of making that you deserve.

I am so excited to introduce The Wellness Kit for Hands, Wrists, and Forearms. This bundle consists of a collection of tools and techniques that I've curated with you in mind. My goal is to help you find the relief in your hands, wrists, and forearms that you deserve. 

If you’re ready to give your tired hands and forearms a break, this bundle is a great place to start. All of the items in the bundle have been carefully curated to  help you improve the longevity of your hands, wrists, and forearms. Incorporating these techniques into your daily routine can help to increase blood flow and circulation, alleviate common strains, and reduce your risk of injury.

You will receive a collection of my favorite strengthening and massage tools along with a downloadable guide that will lead you through stretching, strengthening, and massage techniques.  

Use the tools in this bundle and the techniques in the guide to develop a Healthy Hands Routine that works for you!

What's Included?

Instant Download: Wellness for Makers Guide to Hands, Wrists, and Forearms. This guide includes instructions for all of the tools in the bundle. Use this guide to learn stretching, strengthening, and massage techniques to develop a Happy Healthy Hands Routine that works for you!  

Foam Ball: This tool helps work out knots in your hands.

Acupressure Ring: This massage tool helps stimulate the acupressure points in your fingers.

Mini Carrying Pouch: Perfect for your foam ball and acupressure ring.

Cat’s Paw: Strengthen your hands with this amazing tool!

Rist Roller: Massage your wrists and forearms with a mini foam roller that you can take anywhere.

Large Carrying Pouch: Bring your new wellness tools with you anywhere!

Bundle Price: $47

Retail value: $59  

 

FAQ:

Q: Do I really need this? Will this help with wrist pain?

A: If you experience hand or wrist pain as a result of working in your studio, texting, or typing, then I would say Yes and Yes! These tools will be incredibly beneficial to your practice. You can keep them in an accessible spot in your studio to make sure they’re used often, or take them with you when you’re traveling!

Q: I feel great! Do I need this?

A: Absolutely! Creating healthy habits now will help you reduce your risk of injury in the future. These tools will help you increase mobility and strengthen the muscles in your hands, wrists, and forearms.

Q: Will I have time to use this?

A: The great thing about our tools is that you will receive some relief very quickly with minimal effort. You can use them throughout the day, in your morning routine, or even on the go. Whether you have one minute or ten, it will feel good and, trust me, you’ll quickly find yourself making more time for it.

Q: I am not an artist, would this be good for someone who spends a lot of time at a desk?

A: Absolutely! Repetitive strain injuries don’t just happen to artists. These tools are for anyone who uses their hands a lot in repetitive motions and wants to feel some relief.