RockBladesRockBlades are a new IASTM system, comprising of two tools, RockRub emollient, cleaning wipes, and a quick start guide, RockBlades can have you and your patients enjoying the benefits of IASTM immediately.
RockBlades – Powerfully simple soft-tissue tools.
Upgraded – now with a stainless steel Mullet.
Welcome to the future of IASTM. RockBlades are comprised of two precision-engineered and manufactured soft-tissue instruments: a “Mallet” and a “Mullet,” RockRub emollient, sanitizing wipes, and a quick-start guide to form a complete IASTM system. RockBlades 2.0 consists of TWO stainless steel instruments. Why? Because the feedback we received was that most people loved the steel Mallet, but would have liked the smaller Mullet to be stainless too. So we have not only done that, BUT also retained the same lightweight feel of the original Mullet!
Why is the larger tool called the “Mallet”? The mallet is the most versatile tool you can have in your toolkit. And you will find all that versatility in this surgical grade stainless steel IASTM tool. Hand polished treatment surfaces, combined with a perfectly balanced and weighted core make it a joy to use day in and day out in the clinic. The mallet has matte-finished dimples, four on each side, combined with the “brass-knuckle” style handle, enabling you to hold the tool 6 different ways. Each side is unique – both in shape and edge radius. This gives a huge range of treatment options and therapist grips.
Why is the smaller tool called the “Mullet.” This is because its business at the front, and all party at the back – just like that 90’s haircut! This lightweight surgical grade stainless steel tool is designed to be portable, allowing you to deliver superior soft-tissue manipulation wherever the job takes you. The Mullet has numerous treatment edges, much like the Mallet, but when the hard day’s work is over, the integrated bottle opener will make sure you never go thirsty!
The RockRub emollient is the perfect medium for IASTM work, and the cleaning wipes can be used to clean the tool between patients, as well as wiping down the patient’s skin before you apply your RockTape.
A complete IASTM system.
Your hands are the most important tools you have right? So you want to keep them in tip-top condition. IASTM can relieve the pressure on your hands for some soft tissue applications. The Mallet can also be an extremely sensitive tool to assess for soft tissue restrictions, and then provide an alternative method to relieve these areas of tightness. Whilst it looks serious, the Mallet can provide a very gentle treatment effect, as can the Mullet being a lighter version. In fact, we discourage unnecessarily heavy applications that have traditionally been used in the IASTM method. Just like with our taping methodology, we believe that IASTM can induce powerful treatment effects by working on the superficial tissues and no doubt influencing the nervous system as much, if not more than the soft tissues themselves. For these reasons, the Mallet and the Mullet can be perfect additions to your treatment armoury and help you and your patients “Go Stronger, Longer”.
More than a tool, it’s a complete IASTM system.
Every RockBlades set includes two tools, the Mallet & Mullet, RockRub & Sanitizing Wipes, and a quickstart guide.
Your in-clinic powerhouse.
This tool knows how to party.
Rub & Wipes
Naturally slick, exceptionally clean.
HALF DAY COURSES
The cost of attending a half day RockBlades course is $150. Or alternatively if you would like a set of RockBlades packaged with the course, the cost is $575. In which case you are effectively only paying $80 for the half day course as the wholesale cost of the RockBlades is $495 ($450 plus GST).
Want to get a taste of our RockBlades approach? Check out the free online course here
For more information on the courses including the course outline, cost, venue, starting and finishing time, please click on the course of interest to you.
Scheduled courses are as follows:
Brisbane – Saturday June 23
Hobart – Saturday June 23
Canberra – Saturday June 30
Melbourne – Saturday June 30
Sydney – Sunday July 1
Launceston – Sunday July 29
Perth – Saturday August 18
Port Macquarie – Saturday August 25
Adelaide – Saturday October 13
Brisbane – Saturday October 13
Melbourne – Saturday October 13
Sydney – Saturday October 20
Canberra – Saturday November 17
Hobart – Saturday November 24
Gold Coast – Saturday December 1
If you would like to be notified of any courses in your region, or if you have any questions in relation to the courses please email – email@example.com