Relax and Restore// Dosha Mat

This post is sponsored by Dosha Mat

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Relaxation and rejuvenation is something I believe we all need more of in our daily lives. I don’t know if this sounds like you specifically, but for me, I believe a lot of us are always on the go and never seem to find the time to really take a deep breath and relax for a few moments in our day.

Currently, I am doing acupuncture to treat my endometriosis and other stomach issues. After trying acupuncture for almost one year and seeing how much of a difference it has made on my overall health, I really wanted to broaden my knowledge of acupuncture and pressure points which navigated me to learning about acupressure. What I love about acupressure is the comfort of doing it in your home, on the go, or even while traveling.  It is really an opportunity to help you create a special space and commit a few moments for yourself.

Acupressure helps with so many things such as helping manage nausea and vomiting, helping lower back pain, tension headaches, stomach ache, bloating, and much more! When I came across Dosha Mat, I was very interested in giving it a try in order to experience acupressure in my home.

Dosha Mat Breakdown

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Dosha Mat strives on quality and presentation of its mats and it is also giving back to the environment with the eco-freindly design. Each mat is carefully handmade using the highest-quality of hypoallergenic natural linen as well as it is designed with a removable cushion made 100% of coconut fibre.

The mats also feature more than 4,500 high-quality acupressure points in the beautiful shape of lotus flowers. These unique acupressure points are made of toxic-free surgical plastic and have been ergonomically engineered to have the greatest relaxation and healing effects.

So, here you have a premium acupressure mat with a beautiful and environmentally-friendly mat that will also improve the quality of your life. I say that this sounds pretty amazing!

How acupressure mats really work

“Acupressure mats work by causing the body to release endorphins, oxytocin, and other “feel good” hormones which relax the mind and help the body naturally heal itself.” – Dosha Mat

Back to Our Roots

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Words from Dosha- “Acupressure is an ancient Ayurvedic treatment which is similar to massage, acupuncture, and reflexology. Acupressure works by massaging and stimulating key points on the body to promote deep relaxation and healing. Acupressure mats benefit the body by relieving tension, soreness and pain in the back, head, neck, shoulders, hips, feet, and other parts of the body.” – Dosha Mat

Because acupressure aids in so many wonderful relaxation techniques it helps you enter a deep state of relaxation, enjoy deeper and more restful sleep, reduce stress, eliminate headaches, increase circulation, and positively affect the nervous and immune system while also helping muscles to recover faster after exercise and helps boost your energy levels.

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After trying Dosha Mat for almost a month now, I honestly feel more relaxed and less stressed during my days as well as I have been sleeping so better since trying it. To learn more about Dosha or to get your own, CLICK HERE

9 Comments

    • styletruly
      Author
      March 24, 2018 / 5:17 am

      It’s an awesome mat! I just used it again last night to help me sleep better! 🙂
      -Stefanie

    • styletruly
      Author
      March 24, 2018 / 6:25 pm

      It’s amazing for relaxation! -Stefanie

    • styletruly
      Author
      March 26, 2018 / 12:51 am

      Thank you Kathrin. It’s a really cool take on acupuncture using acupressure points that you can do at home. I found it very interesting too. 🙂

    • styletruly
      Author
      March 27, 2018 / 6:29 am

      It’s awesome! I didn’t know acupressure could be done at home, I’m obsessed!

  1. March 28, 2018 / 6:50 pm

    I could not agree more to all of this. We are so on the go and really don’t have enough time to relax and lay back a little. This is a wonderful way to stay in a good state of mind, body and everything follows I guess.

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