Home Massagers for Home Workers

Improve your posture with home massage machines. 

Working from home means limited mobility and reduced physical activities. What does that mean? Stiff legs, painful lower back, and aching shoulders. When you spend most part of your day sitting on a chair or sofa, these problems are common. 

Our products ensure that you stay in good shape and posture while working from home. Pulseroll home massage machines include a range of massage tools. These tools offer the best at-home massage to release muscle tension and reduce pain. 

We offer the best massage guns with interchangeable head attachments for a full-body massage. You can use a foam roller to relax large muscle groups and peanut rollers to loosen tight leg muscles. 

Treat your stiff muscles with some good at-home massage!


What is the best massager for home use?

Percussion massagers, also known as massage guns, are the best for home use. They are easy to use, lightweight, and portable.

What can I use for a massage at home?

You can use a massage gun, foam roller, or peanut roller to massage at home. The choice of massage tools depends on the muscle area you want to massage. For instance, massage guns are good for the upper body, while foam rollers target the thighs and legs.

How often should you use a home massager?

You should use a home massager once or twice a day for muscle recovery and once a day for regular massage. Avoid using it more than three times a day.

Is it safe to use a massage gun on yourself?

Yes, it is safe to use a massage gun on yourself if you follow the right method. Choose the appropriate head attachment and speed setting and handle the gun properly. In addition, you must not use it for more than 2-3 minutes on a muscle area.

What happens if I massage my body every day?

If you massage your body every day, you keep it healthy, active and energised. Daily massage promotes growth, decreases inflammation, and relaxes muscles. However, you must follow all the precautions to avoid any harmful impact on your muscles.

Do home massage guns work?

Yes, home massage guns work to improve circulation, eliminate muscle pain, and accelerate muscle recovery. They are helpful in reducing muscle tension and removing lactic acid build-up in the muscles that may cause soreness and pain.

What is the best home massager?

Pulseroll mini massage gun is the best at-home massager. It comes with four head attachments, an ergonomic design, and intuitive controls. In addition, it is easy to use and portable. One-time full charging can last up to six hours.

Are home massagers good?

Yes, home massagers are good for home workers who spend most of their time sitting on a chair. They help reduce and eliminate muscle pain and improve blood flow. It keeps home workers refreshed and prevents stiffness.

Is it better to roll out or use a massage gun?

It is better to roll out when you want to treat large muscle groups and use a massage gun when treating small muscle groups. A massage gun is ideal for deep tissue massage, while a foam roller is good for a lighter touch.


    Pulseroll has teamed up with industry-leading physiotherapist and performance coach Rob Madden to outline a series of simple exercises which can be done at home, during the day, to help ease muscle soreness, correct posture and improve all round wellbeing.


    This video zones in on common problems with posture and alignment that can occur when working at a desk for long periods .


    This series of workplace stretches and positions targets common issues with the neck.


    This series of workplace stretches and positions targets common issues with the back.


    This series of workplace stretches and positions targets common issues with the shoulders.

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