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"After taking just one of Elaine’s ball therapy classes, I was asymptomatic for the first time in 15 years. I now recommend it to all of my patients."–– Fred Jones, D.C., Sunshine Chiropractic and Wellness, Merrick, NY
The Miracle Ball Method is a revolutionary program designed to help relieve your pain, reshape your body, and reduce your stress. Using controlled breathing, two squishy balls, and simple exercises of rolling and rotating, you can learn to heal everything from a bad knee to a stressed-out back.
Made out of nontoxic PVC vinyl, the balls are sized to tuck under strategic parts of your body. Like magnets, they actually draw out pain and tension.
- Two durable Miracle Balls
- 176-page illustrated book with 30 exercises
- Features routines for pain relief, reduced anxiety, and better sleep
Pain relief from head to toe.
The Miracle Ball Method book offers proven, effective healing ina fully illustrated book of exercises and techniques for pain and stress relief using inflatable Miracle Balls (sold separately).
The Method. This revolutionary program uses controlled breathing, two squishy balls, and simple exercises of rolling and rotating to heal everything from a bad knee to a stressed-out back. The key is to let gravity do all the work.
The Balls. Take two—they're small. Made out of a durable, yielding, nontoxic PVC, the balls are sized to tuck under strategic parts of your body, including back, neck, head, knees, hip, and elbow. Like magnets, they draw out pain and tension.
Elaine Petrone. After suffering a career-ending, potentially crippling injury to her back and right leg, a young dancer named Elaine Petrone turned to everyone from orthopedists to yogis to heal her injuries. Nothing worked—until she developed her own program of therapy. Elaine's simple program and the classes she teaches in the Miracle Ball Method have helped thousands of people conquer pain, stress, and injury.
Every year, four million women experience the joy of pregnancy—along with backaches, indigestion, sore feet, and difficulty sleeping. And after baby arrives, that persistent postpartum belly. Now proven relief is here. From Elaine Petrone, author of The Miracle Ball Method, with over 1.1 million copies in print, comes The Miracle Ball Method for Pregnancy, a program designed to help women deal with the pains, stress, and physical changes of pregnancy, and then help them regain a flat belly afterward.
Elaine Petrone, a former dancer who created the original Miracle Ball Method to heal herself after suffering a career-ending injury, developed The Miracle Ball Method for Pregnancy after her own high-risk pregnancy with twins. The Miracle Ball Method works because it’s the un-exercise: muscles relax and become supple enough to allow the body to realign and reshape. The program starts with how to breathe properly, and why focusing on exhalation strengthens the diaphragm and relieves anxiety and fatigue. There are movements for specific problem areas—Neck on the Ball, the Rib Cage Side Stretch—and whole-body moves like Standing Body Hang Over. There are also variations to use in later months, when it’s no longer advised to lie flat on your back. The final exercises help reshape the body after birth, plus address labor, breastfeeding, and carrying a new baby around, now on the outside.
The Portable Miracle Ball is a book of simple exercises for pain and stress relief with an inflatable Miracle Ball. Ideal for business travelers and commuters or anyone who spends long hours away from home, these exercises require only one ball (which packs easily and is discreet to use in public) and can be done anywhere and everywhere. The fully illustrated book is filled with simple exercises that work miracles the minute you settle into your hotel room or board a plane.
Stuck in a long line at the bank? Here are techniques to stretch the muscles and reduce tension right on the spot (and no, you won’t look silly). Feet worn out after a day at the museum? The author’s soothing exercises targeting the insteps and legs will have you up and moving again in no time. And for anyone who experiences discomfort when sitting for long periods, the book features exercises to be performed at your desk, on a plane, or even in a restaurant. A chapter on “Emergency Measures” provides quick relief for back spasms, waking up with extreme stiffness, and other acute problems. The author discusses proper breathing technique, ball placement, and the importance of listening to one’s own body when performing the movements.