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Active recovery and self-massage brand Moji has introduced its newest line of innovative pain-relief tools. With six newly designed portable products, all manufactured near its Chicago suburban headquarters, the line will offer both a standard and upscale professional model in three distinct massage styles: Curve, Foot and Mini.

The lightweight and travel-friendly standard line features high-tech engineered plastic spheres for on-the-go massage while the heavier professional line incorporates stainless steel spheres for a deeper kneading and the option of freezing for ice-cold massage.

Building on the success of its 360 Massage line and incorporating extensive customer and retailer feedback, the active lifestyle company set off designing a series of lightweight and intuitive tools featuring freely rotating massage spheres to offer a ‘premium sports massage for the entire body’. The new line will cater to a variety of uses, from improving range of motion and blood flow to reducing inflammation and enhancing recovery.

“We’re very excited to announce our complete line of dynamic, full-body massagers designed for runners, triathletes, weightlifters and anyone needing to break up sore muscles, and recover faster,” said Brian Anderson, CEO of Moji. “Whether you’re looking for a great alternative to a foam roller with the Curve, a portable tool for alleviating foot pain with the Foot or an on-the-go self-massage targeting hard-to-reach muscles with the handheld Mini, all six recovery tools feel amazing and work to improve users’ overall wellness.”

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Moji’s Curve is designed for large muscle groups. Featuring four wide omni-directional spheres and slotted handles, users can choose one of three massage options – elongation, cross-friction or trigger point – to easily treat quads, hamstrings, IT bands, calves and hips with varied hand and finger grip placements. The standard Curve features high-tech engineered plastic spheres, making it lightweight and travel-friendly. For those seeking a deeper massage, the upscale and heavier Curve PRO features stainless steel massage spheres, giving users the added ability to chill the tool in the freezer for ice-cold recovery.

The Moji Foot relieves foot pain by stretching and massaging the entire plantar fascia, providing an intense deep tissue kneading. With an innovative configuration featuring six rotating massage spheres, the Foot incorporates an elevated centre sphere to pinpoint sore spots in the arch of the foot and five surrounding 1” spheres to work the entire plantar fascia, heel and sides all the way up to the toes.

The slip-resistant base allows the Moji Foot to remain stable on any surface so users can control and target their massage.

The handheld and travel-friendly Moji Mini features a unique flexible material with an innovative 7 sphere array and an adjustable strap that easily contours around muscles and hard-to-reach areas. The large bottom ‘intensity’ sphere works best on sore leg muscles while the top ‘target’ sphere pinpoints muscles in the neck and shoulder.

The Curve PRO (MSRP: US$49.99), Moji Curve (MSRP: US$39.99), Foot PRO (MSRP: US$39.99), Moji Foot (MSRP: US$29.99), Mini PRO (MSRP: US$29.99) and Moji Mini (MSRP: US$19.99) are available at specialty athletic and outdoor retailers across the US and online at gomoji.com.

Moji was founded in 2007 with the goal of keeping athletes active and pain-free. Victor Viner, Founder of Moji, has assembled a team that brings industry expertise in the areas of product design, sports medicine, material science, manufacturing and content development.

Moji designs and sells its massage products for post-activity recovery and warm-up, as well as post-operative and rehabilitating patients. Moji is a registered trademark with patents and patents pending on multiple products, and is headquartered in Glenview, Illinois.

www.gomoji.com

 

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