You know when you go for a massage and your face looks so relaxed after, that you can’t even recognize yourself in the mirror? Then, when you do, you realize you’re drooling?
Well, now you can get that hyper-relaxed, furrow-free look (without having to use your forehead as a pin cushion) - all for the price of a tennis ball. Literally.
Here’s how it works: Lie down on your back. Then place a tennis ball between your back and the floor, wherever you feel muscle tension. (Be sure to lie on a rug or else the ball will slip out.)
If you have bad, back pain, like me, at first the pressure may be excruciating (think a masseuse’s elbow in your back). But hang in there, the pain will subside in a few seconds, once the ball is done breaking up the knot.
Then move the ball to the next clenched muscle. You may be surprised at where you hold tension. The middle of your butt cheek. (I was shocked at what a tight-ass I was.) Hamstrings. Calves. The spot where the bulbous bottom part of your skull meets the very top of your neck.
After just one session with Wilson, the tension will begin to melt away from your body and your furrowed face will meld into that of someone who likes to wear Stevie Nick's type dresses and accessorize with parrots.
So, go ahead, grab a tennis ball and light one of those Glade Aromatherapy candles. You know, the one from that commercial where the woman is in the tub when her friend calls. She then lies and tells her friend she’s at a spa. Then, when her husband knocks on the bathroom door, she lies yet again and tells her friend, it’s her aromatherapist. My guess is he's knocking because it's time for her medication.