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YogaHands ® ~ Hand Therapy in Minutes

Besides the fact that I have arthritis in my hands, I also have a Brachial plexus.  YogaHands® is a Godsend.  A brachial plexus injury is an injury to the brachial plexus — the network of nerves that sends signals from your spine to your shoulder, arm and hand. A brachial plexus injury occurs when these nerves are stretched or, in the most serious cases, torn. This happens as result of your shoulder being pressed down forcefully while your head is pushed up and away from that shoulder.

With that being said, I cannot spread my fingers apart.  When offered the chance to review YogaHands®, I was excited to give it a try.


When I first started using them, I couldn’t get them on all the way.  As you can see, they are around my knuckles.  I am hoping with continual use that I will eventually be able to get them on all the way.  You can use them as much or as little as you need.


You can see how stretched my skin is from not being used.  When I took them off, I could feel the difference in my hands.  YogaHands® relaxes fingers and revitalizes hand muscles.

We use our hands for everything everyday.  Repetitive motion doesn’t give your hands the exercise they need.  The rest of your body needs to be stretched occasionally, so why should we ignore our hands?  Do your hands cramp up or maybe you have Carpal Tunnel?  What ever the reason YogaHands® will help.

YogaHands® are made in the  USA and are very light and made with comfortable material. With all the traveling we will be doing, they are very sturdy and won’t take up much room.   You can purchase YogaHands for $39.95.  If you join the YogaHands Email List, you will receive 25% off your entire order.

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  1. Sue Hull says:

    I think I have arthritis in my shoulders that causes bad aching in my arms and sometimes my hands really hurt.I’m guessing since my back has such major issues and after chemo(2011)messed up my nerves so now I have muscle pain.I think this would help my hands.Thank you 🙂

    • You are probably right. My mother in law has tons of problems from her chemo and we keep telling her to just be thankful she is alive and cancer free, no matter what she looks like.

  2. I have arthitis and I think these would help

  3. jeanette sheets says:

    to help relax my hands and mind

  4. I injured my hands a few years ago and they get stiff and sore on a regular basis. This definitely sounds like it could help!

  5. nicole krutz says:

    anything that will me and my body relax is a need! 🙂

  6. Nori S says:

    I work on a computer all day, so my fingers/wrists stay tight.

  7. Kathleen says:

    I get a lot of cramps and aches in my hands. I think it’s all the giveaways I enter on the internet! lol

  8. Sherri says:

    I have arthritis in my hands and I am hoping this might help with some of the pain and stiffness

  9. Sandra Phillips says:

    I’m getting arthritis and this would help keep my hands stronger longer.