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What is the Acupressure Mat and how can it help me?

The Tibetan Mat works by applying non penetrative acupressure on numerous points over an area of the body. The pressure spines stimulate blood flow and lymph circulation locally.

Endorphins ("hormones of happiness" or "natural pain killers") are released. These are effective in blocking pain and producing analgesia and a sense of well-being.

Tibetan Acupressure Mats

Tibetan Acupressure Mats are your GUARANTEED treatment for:

  • Lower and upper back pain
  • Muscle and Joint pain
  • Lumbago & sciatica
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Knee pain
  • Sciatica
  • Arthritis
  • Insomnia
  • Fat and Cellulite
  • Headache & Migraine
  • Depression

The Acupressure mats we are selling are the highest quality mats on the market today.

Our factory facilities are based in Eastern Europe that's why we can guarantee the highest quality control and standards of our products. The base of the Acupressure Mat is 100 % Natural Cotton Fabric produced without dyes or bleaches. The fabric allows air to flow freely through to your skin.

The plastic we use for the spines is non allergic and they are securely fixed to the base fabric using a high strength, durable non-toxic adhesive.

The fact that all the materials we use to produce our Acupressure Mats are of the very highest standard and finest quality is confirmed by our achieving EC certificated standards. Our Mats are manufactured in Europe in an environmentally friendly production facility.

Why choose Tibetan Acupressure Mat?

  • Only Tibetan Acupressure Mats are clinically tested and proven effective
  • Highest European Quality (Hygienic, Healthy and Safe environment)
  • Non-allergic materials only
  • Plain and not dyed or bleached Linen fabric (famous for its natural anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties) is used for the base
  • Optimal spikes distribution for maximum Acupressure effect:18 spike points per flower button. Anything above 20 spikes per flower may not be effective as closer positioning of the spikes reduces Acupressure effect
  • NO Foam and NO Pads are used as they were introduced to soften the mats up which as a result considerably reduced Acupressure effect of Padded mats such as: shaktimat, yantramat, Manuka Prana Acupressure Mat, fakirmat, lotus spikemat, Paxvita, Qi-mat, Acumat and hundreds of others
  • NO Sponge or Foam is used as they can become a breeding ground for Dust Mites and cause skin to overheat
Tibetan Acupressure Mats

This easy to use highly effective acupressure device is popular in many countries and is variously named. You can find that Acupressure mat in different sources can be called Tibetan or Kuznetsov Applicator, Russian Prickle Pad, Bed of nails or even Hedgehog. In Scandinavian countries it is also widely known as Spike mat or Spikmatta, Piikkimatto or even Shaktimatto or Shakti Mat, Shaktimat or Shaktimattan, Yantra mat and Fakir mat.

In Scandinavian countries it is also widely known as Spike mat or Spikmatta, Piikkimatto or even Shaktimatto or Shakti Mat, Shaktimat or Shaktimattan, Yantra mat and Fakir mat.

The names can have different roots but the meaning is still the same. Please chose the right one, we offer you the highest quality and standard.

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Tibetan Acupressure Mat Jumbo (68x38cm)

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Tibetan Acupressure Mat (38x19cm)

Premium Red Acupressure Mat with 60 plastic spines or 1080 acupressure points...
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Su Jok (acupressure)

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Fabulous product, excellent service. I would recommend Acupressure mats to anyone. Thanks.

Andrew L., London

Your Acupressure mat simply saved me. Thank you very much!

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Thank you very much for my Acupressure Mat, it has helped me enormously. I can't imagine how I managed without it. It's the tops!!

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