Massage Made Easy Massage for everyone. Everywhere.

Kneads Must wants to get everyone massaging regularly for a healthier way of living, so we designed The Kneader to make massage easier. The Kneader is a massage tool used by massage therapists that you can use yourself at home.

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What our customers say

“With a busy desk job, and being tall, getting neck, back and shoulder pain from time to time is unavoidable… the Kneader Onsite massage really gets into those sore and tight areas, leaving me feeling light and loose afterwards!  Highly recommended!”

Rob, London

“I went along for a Kneader massage due to suffering a sports injury which badly affected my neck, I was also having physio at that time which had not appeared to help much, if I am honest I thought this would be more of a pamper than a cure, but was pleasantly surprised not only by the thoroughness and knowledge of Una but also the after affects which over the coming weeks gave me full mobility again. Would certainly recommend to friends. Thanks Again, Mike.”

Mike, London

I’ve been in practice for over 15yrs and this is a FAB tool. It’s perfectly formed for the hand (left or right) to use with ease. I’ve recommended this to all my colleagues and a couple of trainers. Its use is only limited by your imagination. What a thumb saver!!!

SC, London

The Kneader

The Kneader gives so much more than just a good back massage. It's an easy-to-use professional standard, hand-held massage tool that can help release tight muscles through relaxing body massage, for both self-massage or when you are massaging another. The design is compact, ergonomic and because it's just as effective with our without using the finger holes, it suits any size hand.

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