Your How-To Guide on Fascia Body Rolling
Written by: Victoria Williams R.H.N.
Est. reading time: 7 minutes
Discover how to help release fascia, support lymphatic drainage, and help improve the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks all with one easy-to-use tool!
Unlocking the secrets to body rolling
How much would you love to reduce the appearance of scars, stretch marks, cellulite, and varicose veins? Would you love to restore flow in your body, stimulate circulation, relieve tight fascia and nourish your skin?
If all this sounds sweet to you, then you’re in the right place, because we’re going to introduce you to your new favorite self-care routine: Castor Oil Body Rolling!
But you’re probably thinking. . .
What is body rolling?
Simply put, body rolling is a self-massage technique where you use a body roller to gently break apart stuck tissues like tight fascia and stimulate circulation to support collagen production.
And it isn’t some new fad! In fact, the natural anti-inflammatory practice of body rolling is an ancient Chinese technique used to support your body as it goes through natural seasons of change.
Think of it this way: Using a body roller is a wonderful opportunity to express self-love, connect to your body, and roll away resentment so you can feel good about the largest organ of your body – your skin.
How do you get started with body rolling?
When you go for a massage, part of the relaxing experience is feeling the warm oil spread across your skin. And it feels amazing, agreed?
Well, adding Castor Oil to your body rolling practice makes the experience even more enjoyable. Also, Castor Oil is antioxidant-rich and have anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties1,2 packed with nutrients like omega fatty acids, vitamin E, and polyphenols.3
So when you massage this skin-loving oil on your body before using your body roller, you’re giving yourself a special little treat.
But you might be wondering where to find the right tools for body rolling!
A great place to start is with Queen of the Thrones® Castor Oil Fascia Roller.
You’ll get the right tools to begin this ancient practice!
The Fascia Massage Roller is made with cooling metal marbles and flexible silicon that’s comfortable to hold and super easy to use! And you can pair this with a bottle of Queen of the Thrones® Organic Castor Oil.
When you use this with the Fascia Massage Roller it can help you relax tight tissues and release adhesions that can become blocked by physical and emotional trauma.
But now you’re probably wondering. . .
How do you do Castor Oil body rolling?
Well, it’s super easy!
- All you do is apply a thin layer of Castor Oil to the part of the body that you’d like to target.
- Then, with firm, gentle pressure, glide the roller across your skin in different directions for 2-5 minutes.
- You can clear away excess oil with an old warm cloth when you’re done, then clean your roller in hot soapy water.
Take care as Castor Oil will stain fabrics – you may want to wear old clothing afterwards or hop into the shower.
The best time to use your Fascia Massage Roller is after you take a hot shower when your pores are open. And it’s safe to repeat this practice every day!
Your Queen of the Thrones® Castor Oil Fascia Roller supports not only your energetic pathways but also your physical body!
Because organic Castor Oil’s has natural anti-inflammatory and circulatory properties that promote good blood flow, lymphatic drainage and help release tension, especially when you pair it with the Queen of the Thrones® Fascia Massage Body Roller.
And when you practice body rolling regularly, you may help support hormone balance, fertility, and digestive health. Pretty amazing, agreed?
But this practice holds even more benefits for your wellness!
What are the benfits of body rolling?
First, it’s a great way to reconnect to your body because you’re massaging the energetic pathways that can become blocked by physical or emotional trauma.
Another popular benefit is that body rolling can help improve the appearance of your skin! Better yet, it can help ease pain, roll away tension, and restore healthy circulation and lymphatic flow anywhere you have soreness, congestion of fluid, or inflammation!
Pretty amazing, right?
Other reasons to use a Fascia Massage Roller
- Using a Fascia Massage Roller may also help support discomfort caused by ovarian cysts, fibroids and endometrial scar tissue. It may also help improve the appearance of stretch marks, cellulite, and scarring.
- Because it helps support the lymphatic system and circulation, body rolling may also help support collagen production and enhance the delivery of nutrients that may help improve the appearance of scar tissue from past injuries, cesarean section or surgery scars, postpartum changes, and weight gain.
- Using the Fascia Massage Roller may help relieve the symptoms of stress and anxiety. It may help calm your system as the smooth metal marbles massage your sore muscles and release tension throughout the body.
- If you use the Fascia Massage Roller every day, it may support your parasympathetic, “rest and digest ” body state often overpowered by your “fight or flight” stressed body state.
Ready to try body rolling with Castor Oil?
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