Still Point Inducer / Red-Soft by The Upledger Institute

SK-321490   SPIS100
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Still Point Inducer / Red-Soft by The Upledger Institute. Releases stress by applying slight pressure to the back of the head. Relieves headaches and muscle pain.

Enter A State of Deep Relaxation! Reach soothing still points similar to those of CranioSacral Therapy, a gentle healthcare method featured on programs such as CNN, Good Morning America, ESPN and Oprah, and in publications such as Time and USA Today.

  • Relieves headache and muscle pain.
  • Enhances immune system efficiency and encourages your body's natural health.
  • This simple device can have far-reaching effects when it comes to releasing accumulated stress, relaxing the autonomic nervous system - even lowering a fever as much as 4 degrees Fahrenheit. The Still Point Inducer also can have a beneficial effect on acute and chronic musculoskeletal problems, including degenerative arthritis. In addition, it can be used to reduce congestion, swelling, headaches, anxiety, and overall tension.
The Still Point Inducer was inspired by osteopathic physician John E. Upledger, developer of CranioSacral Therapy. It helps relieve pain and discomfort by creating a pause called a still point to stengthen the central nervous system.

Use this effective product every day to help alleviate problems with infection, congestion, headaches, musculoskeletal problems, or whenever you want to relieve stress and unwind.

Directions For Use:

  1. Choose a comfortable surface - sofa, bed or floo r- and lie on your back.
  2. Place the Still Point Inducer under your head in line with the top of your ears (about 3 to 4 inches above the junction of your neck and skull).
  3. Allow the weight of your head to rest on the Still Point Inducer.
  4. Close your eyes and relax.
  5. Feel free to use the Still Point Inducer for 10-15 minutes up to four times a day.
Not recommended for children under the age of 7. Do not use the Still Point Inducer in cases of acute stroke, cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral aneurysm, brain tumors, recent skull fractures, or any other serious condition in which fluid-pressure changes within the skull could be detrimental. If you have any questions, please consult your therapist or physician.