Friday, July 29, 2016

Acupressure Nap



Cyndi here in the TV studio with the latest Funny Farm news.  Stop heckling, Percy.  This is my TV studio if I want it to be!


I thought I would show you Jan's new "torture chamber", otherwise known as an acupressure mat and pillow.  She froze at a meeting yesterday which caused some scary problems with her neck and shoulders, so we're all going to be laying low for a few days while she recuperates.  You know how it is when you have a human to take care of.  They demand your full attention. 


One thing is certain.  You won't find any of us furries joining her for an acupressure nap, even though Jan says it is relaxing.  We prefer to nap on a soft bed. 

23 comments:

  1. Oh yeah, that does not look comfortable at all!

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  2. Hari OM
    Oh I dunno, when you kitties walk all over Jan's legs, you are giving her accupressure, and when Jan rubs your ears and chucks the chins, that is accupressure. Huggies with healing intent is accupressure. All in all you don't know what you're missing out on!!! Hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  3. Well, I'm not sure about that thing, but I might try it!

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  4. Mommy says whatever works is good! Feel better, Jan

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  5. My mom is very interested in how this mat works for your mom, cuz she has lots of neck and back pain from sitting at computer all the time, writing stuff. The Wonderpurr Gang sends your mom warm healing purrs.

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  6. My mom is very interested in how this mat works for your mom, cuz she has lots of neck and back pain from sitting at computer all the time, writing stuff. The Wonderpurr Gang sends your mom warm healing purrs.

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  7. That looks like a very interesting mat. We hope that Jan feels better soon! Our mom is in physiotherapy for her neck and shoulders, so she sympathizes with Jan!

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  8. That looks a bit scary! We hope Jan feels better quickly!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  9. I have one of those mats tied to my tilt table (have issues with a couple herniated disks) ... while I love both tilt table & acupressure mat alone, they also seem to work well together.

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  10. I hope that it works. Take care of yourself.

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  11. guys....hope yur mom getz ta feelin WAY better reel lee quik N we hope her new mat helpz bunchez !! ♥♥♥

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  12. Reporter Cyndi, you are so cute. Be sure to give us an update on Jan's condition!
    xxoo
    Maggie

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  13. Sending healing purrs and very curious about the mat. We swear by acupuncture for its benefits.

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  14. That doesn't look very comfy... Purrs

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  15. Oh! Wow! My human is looking forward to searching for one of those mats! She says it looks marvelous. However, mes with yous furries!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  16. We agree. A soft bed is the best. That does look very futuristic.

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  17. Pins and needles?? Yikes!! We would not want to use one of those either...best left fur your Mom...Sending POTP for her to get healed up.

    (Our petcretary uses a neck stretching device from her chiropractor to help with things like that...looks like torture, but it is easy to use and helps a lot.)

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  18. It looks a little scary!
    Have a super Saturday...

    Noodle and crew

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  19. Poor Jan, we're sure hope she is feeling better soon. Of course, with all of you kitties and woofies taking care of her we're sure she will be.

    Purrs,
    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

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  20. Well, then just sleep ON her when she is on that thing...

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  21. I hope she feels better soon! And hope the mat helps.

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  22. Wow, that's one wild-looking mat. We sure hope it helps Jan feel better, and SOON!

    Hugs to you all, and healing purrs and prayers for Jan.

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