Stainless Steel Scraping Massage Tool Set for IASTM Gua Sha


Crafted with premium medical-grade stainless steel, polished to a mirror-like finish, these scraping massage tools are durable and reduce friction for easy utilization.

  • TREATS MULTIPLE CONDITIONS - This soft tissue massage toolset effectively treats adhesions and scarring brought on by surgeries, injuries, and overuse of muscles.
  • FULL BODY MASSAGE- Five different instruments that allow precise treatments for other size individuals. Perfect for your neck, shoulders, back, legs, hand, calves, and more.
  • INJURY PREVENTION & RECOVERY - Use the double-beveled edges to reduce muscle soreness after working out, improve recovery times, and treat soft tissue damage. They are used by chiropractors, physical therapists, Occupational Therapists, Athletic Trainers, and Massage Therapists.
  • MEDICAL-GRADE QUALITY-Crafted with premium medical-grade stainless steel polished to a mirror-like finish, our massage tools are durable and reduce friction for sensitive support.


Benefits of muscle scraping tools:


  • A flexible and well-maintained, healthy fascial network.
  • Improved tissue perfusion.
  • Improved range of motion.
  • Mobilization of the soft tissue.
  • Loosening of adhesions in the connective tissue.
  • Treatment of trigger points.



Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) is a technique we often used in physical therapy. IASTM works like a standard massage, but specialized instruments are used in place of a physical therapist’s hands. IASTM can involve broad or targeted treatments. The former would be used for large muscle groups, such as an injured back, the latter for an injury to a particular area. By using different tools, angles and pressures, your therapist can focus on a specific layer of soft tissue during treatment.

History of Gua Sha Massage

GuaSha Massage has been widely used by the ancient Chinese for a long while now as a folk therapy. Between 1368 and 1644, the procedure was scientifically computed into major medical records in the Ming Dynasty. Although the period of the practice of Gua Sha is assumed to be much older, its first computed record dates back to about 700 years ago, during the era of the Ming Dynasty.