Yoga Foam Roller Benefits with Perla Navia

Meet Perla Navia. Perla is a reality TV star, business woman, and yoga instructor with her own studio in Wilmslow. She credits the exercise for transforming her body from a size 16 to a size 6!

“When I found yoga it wasn’t about losing weight, it was about emotional healing and then the body came afterwards.” @perla_navia

Watch Real Housewives of Cheshire star Perla Navia talking about how the Pulseroll vibrating Peanut ball and Pulseroll vibrating foam roller aid her yoga practice. 

“After practice or before practice the product is wonderful.” 

“The feelings were crazy!”

 

Many people like to practice yoga as a form of exercise, primarily used to relax and stretch the muscles. But did you know using our scientifically proven foam roller as part of your yoga routine can take it to the next level whilst providing multiple benefits? 

  • Increased flexibility
  • Increased muscle strength and tone
  • Improved respiration and energy
  • Maintaining a balanced metabolism
  • Weight loss
  • Cardio and circulatory health
  • Improved athletic performance
  • Protection from injury

The Pulseroll vibrating foam roller means the vibrations do all the work for you without you having to roll at all! Simply place the foam roller under the desired muscle, find a trigger point and apply pressure, leaning side to side gently. The vibrations work deep into the muscle to increase your flexibility, ease muscular pain and prevent injury.

You will never experience a more relaxing yoga foam roller routine than with Pulseroll!

If you’re wondering how to use a foam roller for yoga, try these yoga poses with your Pulseroll vibrating foam roller on the lowest setting.

Plank:

Placing the foam roller on your thigh above the knee can be a great way to build strength. Also try it with side planks.

Upward Facing Dog:

Make sure the foam roller is on your thighs, not on your knees. Balance on the roller while bending your back upwards.

Supported Fish Pose:

Place the foam roller under your back just below your shoulder blades.  Allow your head to drop back supported in your hands.

Test Your Balance:

Using all your core strength, try to balance on a foam roller while performing any standing pose. You can stable yourself by placing your hands on a wall if you need to.