Thursday, March 28, 2013

YogaHands Review & Giveaway


There are many jobs that can make your hands hurt.  Heck, just being on the computer at home can get your hands cramping, or everyday jobs around the house.  I have arthritis and there are some days that my hands just ache, cramp and the muscles spasm.  It's not pretty or painless.

YogaHands is a revolutionary hand stretcher.  You simply put your fingers (not your thumb) in between the wedges and then push the wedges toward your palm.  You can really feel your fingers stretch and once you've done it a few times, just remove the YogaHands.  It relaxes you, helps alleviate pain and cramping and my hands always feel refreshed.

The only problem I had was that when I was young, I had frostbite so my pinkies are mildly deformed.  Those fingers didn't fit into the wedge with my other fingers.  I have to put my pinky in separately - but it works.  I'm using the YogaHands daily and it is a really awesome product!

If you sign up for the YogaHands Mailing List - you will receive a 25% coupon off your entire order!

One lucky reader will win their own YogaHands

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*USA Only
*Ends 4/6/13

a Rafflecopter giveaway I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. I would love to win this for my parents. My father has carpal tunnel from years of construction work and my mother had a light stroke last summer so this would be good exercise/stretches for both of their hands :)

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