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Mystic Beads

$68.95

Our Mystic Beads help work your pelvic floor muscles and can be used for bringing sensitivity, toning as well as for self pleasure and intimate play. They come with a set of silver and golden beads which vary in weight so you can adjust as you please and according to your intention. Each bead provides gentle vibrations to bring awareness into your pelvic bowl and yoni. Mystic beads work differently than yoni eggs, which sometimes can be harder to work with.

How to use

Mystic beads have been used for centuries especially in Asia and have been known as ben wa balls or kegel balls in the West. Ben wa balls were originally used freely, without a connector between them. Our Mystic beads are connected for ease of use. 

Materials: Our Mystic beads are made from medical silicone, non-toxic metal balls and are 100% waterproof. 

Size and weight: Silver beads: 20g each Golden Beads: 35g each. Each bead is 80mm wide.

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Mystic Beads

Our Mystic Beads help work your pelvic floor muscles and can be used for bringing sensitivity, toning as well as for self pleasure and intimate play. They come with a set of silver and golden beads which vary in weight so you can adjust as you please and according to your intention. Each bead provides gentle vibrations to bring awareness into your pelvic bowl and yoni. Mystic beads work differently than yoni eggs, which sometimes can be harder to work with.

How to use

Mystic beads have been used for centuries especially in Asia and have been known as ben wa balls or kegel balls in the West. Ben wa balls were originally used freely, without a connector between them. Our Mystic beads are connected for ease of use. 

Materials: Our Mystic beads are made from medical silicone, non-toxic metal balls and are 100% waterproof. 

Size and weight: Silver beads: 20g each Golden Beads: 35g each. Each bead is 80mm wide.

$68.95

In stock

SKU: MysticBEADS Categories: , ,

Contraindications

For some people, using Mystic Beads or similar tools cause more issues than benefits. Usually, you’ll want to avoid tightening exercises if you have any of the following:

  • Pelvic pain
  • Rectal pain
  • Abdominal diastasis
  • Core weakness
  • Sexual pain (e.g.  vaginismus, vulvodynia, dyspareunia, vulvar vestibulitis)
  • Low back pain

If that is you, it doesn’t mean you’ll never be able to work with Mystic Beads or Yoni Eggs. Check with a pelvic floor therapist or book your session here. Practitioners assess your pelvic tone and determine a self care protocol that may or may not include strengthening—but you usually won’t start with that. 

More often than not, we need to relax the pelvic floor FIRST because it is tight in many humans. 

When strengthening a muscle that’s already tight or not activating well the only results you will get is more tension. Just like knots in your neck and shoulders. Those knots don’t make the muscle stronger, it just makes it tighter. 

The same thing can happen to your pelvic floor and it often does due to stress and trauma. These dense energies (knots) like to settle in the areas directly connected to the source of stress or trauma, in your weak areas or disconnected areas. The pelvic floor is one of these key spots.

If you are worried about tension, practice diaphragmatic breathing. On the inhale visualize your diaphragm helping move your pelvic floor down, feel it in your body, relax on the exhale. You can download guided Nai’a breathwork sessions here . You can also practice frog pose or happy baby pose in yoga. For greater assistance, connect with your pelvic floor therapist or book your pelvic care session here. 

What is a Pelvic Floor? 

The pelvic floor is much like your diaphragm. It is a trampoline like firm muscle at the base of your pelvic bowl and stretching across your pelvis, from your tailbone to pubic bone (back-to-front), and from one sitting bone to the other (side-to-side). Like your diaphragm, your pelvic floor is able to move up and down.

What is a Pelvic Floor’s Purpose? 

The purpose of your pelvic floor is to support. It supports your pelvic organs: your bladder, bowel and uterus. Attached to your core, your pelvic floor helps you with stabilization and to achieve good postural alignment. The pelvic floor’s function is also to provide control when you go to the bathroom and it plays an important role in orgasming and ejaculation. During pregnancy, the pelvic floor supports the baby and assists in moving the baby down at birth. Finally, the muscles connect to your core, helping you to stabilize your spine and maintain proper posture.

Do we all have a Pelvic Floor?

Yes, everyone has a pelvic floor. 

What are Kegels?

Kegels are exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor which can get weak after pregnancy, childbirth, prostate cancer treatmentretiré, obesity or from the straining of chronic constipation. You can practice kegels on your own or using tools like our Mystic Beads. 

How to begin using Mystic Beads?

Upon receiving your Mystic Beads, sterilize them by pouring boiling water over the beads and letting them sit in a bowl for a few minutes. You can start by using only 1 bead in the brace and see how it feels for you. We suggest starting with the lighter beads and progressing to the heavier set with time. You can wear them around the house for 20 minutes. You can sit in a rocking chair or swing and see what and how you feel. When your muscles get tired, the beads will come closer down your yoni’s opening. Do not wear them in bed at night as the heaviness could create more harm than good and create a prolapse. For an extra sensory experience, try them on an elliptical! 

If the beads fall out just by inserting them, it’s ok, don’t be hard on yourself. Lying on your back, insert the lightest bead. Practice pulsing around it, with special attention to relaxing fully. Alternatively, you can practice gently pulling on the string, as if you were going to pull it out, and tightening the muscles to prevent it from being pulled out. You can also connect with your pelvic floor therapist or inquire for a session here.

Insertion Process: Put a few drops of lube (we suggest natural olive oil or castor oil) on the ball and your fingers, lay down, relax, then insert them into your yoni following your breath. Never stick them in your butt unless you want to have a funcomfortable time at the ER! 

Removal Process: Although some may say to exhale when pulling the beads out, we recommend inhaling while visualizing your yoni opening. This is a much more natural way for your yoni to open as the pelvic floor contracts down. Pull on the tip gently and relax!  

Once your Mystic Beads are out, wash them with natural soap and water. Take them out of the brace and wash the inside of the brace as well. Sterilize them ever 2-3 wears if not every wear. 

Love your Pelvic Floor by Giving it both Work and Rest

If your pelvic floor is tight, you need to loosen it. Mystic beads are therefore not your tool. If interested, you can book a pelvic care session to learn how to work on yourself and release your pelvic floor.

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Disclaimer: These products should be used only as directed on the label. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by Health Canada. The efficacy of these products have not been confirmed by Health Canada-approved research. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your healthcare professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product. Void Where Prohibited by Law.

Disclaimer

These products should be used only as directed on the label. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by Health Canada. The efficacy of these products have not been confirmed by Health Canada-approved research. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your healthcare professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product. Void Where Prohibited by Law.

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