Boston Ballet Dancers Chose Muscle Angels® Massagers to Help Stay on Their Toes

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Physical Therapists at The Boston Ballet Company use Muscle Angels® massagers to treat Company dancers, as they recognize the preventative and therapeutic benefits, ease-of-use, and portability, of this unique product. The Muscle Angels® patented ergonomic design is proven effective for quick relief from muscle pain and tension headaches.

Whitney Jensen, Soloist with The Boston Ballet Company, praises Muscle Angels® for helping reduce muscle pain after a strenuous day of dancing.

My Muscle Angels® massager really helps to work out the tight muscle knots [from eight hours of dancing each day]. I have to guard it carefully though, as my fellow colleagues have been known to steal it from my dance bag!

The Muscle Angels® massager is the first product of its type to combine the benefits of myofascial trigger point, acupressure, and deep tissue massage, in an all-in-one therapeutic product. Its patented ergonomic design is especially effective on the types of muscle pain and repetitive strain injuries often experienced by professional dancers and other athletes.

Whitney Jensen, gold medal winning dancer, and second soloist with the Boston Ballet Company, is very enthusiastic. “I spend eight hours a day in dance classes and rehearsals. The muscle soreness and pain that comes from that level of physical activity is just part of a professional dancer’s life. My Muscle Angels® massager really helps to work out the tight muscle knots. I have to guard it carefully though, as my fellow colleagues have been known to steal it from my dance bag!”

Kelsey Hellebuyck, corps de ballet member with the Boston Ballet Company, purchased two Muscle Angels® so that she could work multiple areas, or both sides of her body, simultaneously. “I find it addicting, but it is a great habit to get into to assist with recovery from a long day of dancing.”

Susan Z. Robins, president and founder of Muscle Angels®, and an accomplished cellist intimately familiar with repetitive stress injuries, is delighted that Muscle Angels® massagers are helping to keep the Boston Ballet Company in fine dancing form. “I am a big fan of the arts,” Susan says. “It is extremely rewarding to know that these esteemed dancers are reaping such benefit from their Muscle Angels® massagers – an invention that came into being as the result of my own personal hand and arm pain. I am especially delighted to know that Muscle Angels® are helping people “Get Back to Living®”, or, in the case of The Boston Ballet Company --“Get Back to…Dancing!”

About Muscle Angels®, a Norbis Innovations Company, LLC.
http://www.MuscleAngelMassagers.com

Muscle Angels®, a Norbis Innovations Company, was formed in July 2009 with the VISION of helping improve the quality of life for people (and now, pets) who suffer from muscle pain and tension. Muscle Angels® patented massagers are both preventative and therapeutic. Results are achieved by combining the benefits of Myofascial Trigger Point, Acupressure, and Deep Tissue Massage—in an all-in-one, easy-to-use, product. They are the only massagers of their type that offer a hands-free option for people with bilateral hand and arm pain, as well as an add-on product that enables users to access hard-to-reach muscles—without assistance.

Muscle Angels® massagers are sold in physical and massage therapy practices (including Boston's Children's Hospital physical and occupational therapy department), running stores (including Fleet Feet), resorts and spas (including Canyon Ranch and The Huntington Hotel and Nob Hill Spa in CA), online distributors and retailers including Alimed, Inc., Amazon.com, and others. See website for more testimonials, and to view the short instructional videos.

The Boston Ballet Company
http://www.bostonballet.org

Boston Ballet, founded in 1963 by E. Virginia Williams, was the first professional repertory ballet company in New England. Boston Ballet features some of the most exciting talents in the dance world. Whether presenting classical treasures or world premieres, Boston Ballet dancers shine with exceptional artistry and drive. The Company employs over 50 dancers from more than 17 different countries. Boston Ballet's company dancers are strong, versatile artists who have mastered a variety of styles of dance and have accomplished professional experience performing and touring internationally.

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