The Targets

The Range was designed to target three different areas: neck, pec minor and upper trap.

3 Widths

The three widths are designed for the three sets of suboccipital muscles that are different distances from the center of the spine. Each muscle gets targeted independently in a way no tennis ball can.

2 Point Mirrored Tips

Two point mirrored tips allow for the neck to relax and equally distribute pressure. This enables you to choose more pressure on one side with a simple nod or turn of the head. The other four tips on the ground stabilize the tool for prolonged pressure.

The Cradle

When flipped, the Range cradles the head for effective release emulating techniques of skilled practitioners in session.

Specs & Tech

The clinical design of the Range is able to isolate critical muscles whereas other tools are too large, too round, or have the incorrect shape or angle. Its scale and design also allows for the application of deep pressure without secondary tools or assistance.


Polycarbonate/acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (PC/ABS)

thermoplastic elastomer (TPE)


Weight: 9 oz

Width: 1.63 to 3.06 in

Length: 5.06 in

Height: 3.94 in

US Patent No. D982,769

Frequently asked questions

How does the Range differ from other neck release tools?

Many other tools on the market have pressure points that are too wide or too round, so they lack the ability to provide firm and precise pressure to the smaller, deeper muscles at the base of the skull.

The Range was anatomically designed by a physical therapist for the shape of your neck. Its three sets of tips of different widths and angles allow you to isolate these key muscles and apply therapeutic pressure where you need it most.

Where else on my body can I use the Range?

The Range was designed to target 3 key muscles responsible for issues around the head, neck, chest, and shoulders – the suboccipitals, pec minor, and upper traps. Relaxed muscles in these three spots results in resolution of pain and stress to the nervous system.

Can’t I just use a lacrosse or a peanut massage ball?

No. Round shapes cannot apply direct, precise pressure to deeper muscles that are causing your pain. The Range doesn’t roll, has an appropriate size, and is shaped to pinpoint each muscle for best results.

The patented design of the Range allows for firm, direct, and precise pressure to each of the suboccipital muscles that line the width of the base of your skull. Its tips can also penetrate the pecs and upper traps significantly better than a ball.

Once you try it, you will find that its design is able to target your tight muscles in a way that no ball or other self-release technique or tool can.

Will the Range address my pain?

Tension in the suboccipitals, pec minor, and upper trap muscles can have a huge impact on the posture and alignment of your upper body, as well as brain function and your response to stress.

The Range has helped thousands of people overcome:

- Neck pain
- Headaches
- Migraines
- Shoulder pain
- Rounded shoulders
- Forward head posture
- Upper back pain
- Jaw pain
- Rotator cuff pain
- Chronic stress

And much more...

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