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Pages Power Massager Pro Manual

Everything you need to know about using and maintaining your PowerMassager Pro is in our step by step manual. 

You can download the manual as a pdf and print it, or keep on your phone or tablet to reference on the go. 

Click here or on the picture below to download the Power Massager Pro Manual.

PowerMassager Pro Manual

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Using the PowerMassager to Combat Covid-19

The good news is that the majority of people who contract COVID-19 only suffer mild, cold-like symptoms, but the bad news is, if serious, you may see severe acute respiratory syndrome.

How is the virus affecting people?

Those who contract COVID-19 are placed into 4 groups. 

Group 1: These individuals have the virus but experience no symptoms. 

Group 2: These individuals have an infection in the upper respiratory tract, fever, cough, and sometimes milder symptoms like headaches or conjunctivitis. Additionally, they are still able to transmit the virus but may not be aware of it. 

Group 3: These individuals are the largest group of those who would be positive for COVID-19, and most likely to seek medical attention. They are feeling flu-like symptoms that would usually keep them off work.

Group 4: These individuals will develop severe illness that includes pneumonia and require hospitalization.

How does pneumonia develop?

When people with COVID-19 develop a cough and fever, this is a result of the infection reaching and entering the lower respiratory tract, where it can cause respiratory problems such as bronchitis and a severe form of pneumonia. This typically involves shortness of breath combined with a persistent cough. Additionally, if the air sacs then become inflamed, this causes an “outpouring of inflammatory material [fluid and inflammatory cells], making it hard for the oxygen you breathe in to get to your bloodstream and into the rest of the body. Lack of oxygen over a longer period of time could lead to organ failure and possibly death.

How can coronavirus patients feel better?

A breathing technique that is currently being used at the Queen’s Hospital in London may help people with the virus symptoms.

  • Take a deep breath in.
  • At the end of it, hold your breath for five seconds, then release.
  • Do this five times — five breaths in total.
  • Next, take a sixth deep breath in, then at the end of it cough actively — covering your mouth when you do so.
  • The six breaths plus cough at the end represent once cycle. Repeat this cycle twice.
  • Use our All New PowerMassager  or Pro PowerMassager, combined with Zone 1 of RPR to reset your breathing (see Chart below)

The idea is to get the lower part of a person’s lungs to expand so that any mucus that’s collecting there can be dislodged and then coughed out. The initial deep breathing helps all the airways to open up, then the cough at the end of the sixth breath helps loosen the mucus that’s been affected by those deep breaths.

Lying down afterward is part of what doctors call postural drainage, or putting a person’s lungs in a position so that gravity can pull any loose secretions out of the organs.

Alternative Techniques?

An alternative clearance technique to drain and unclog the airways to open the lungs is chest physical therapy, or postural drainage and percussion. This is where you use gravity and percussion (clapping on the chest and/or back) to loosen the thickness, sticky mucus in the lungs so it can be removed by coughing.

Alternatively, substituting the TimTam PowerMassager to mimic manual CPT could be significant. Utilizing the TimTam with the PolishLight head with rhythmic strikes help mobilize bronchial secretions trapped in the lungs. This helps get better lung clearance providing firm percussion pressure applied to the chest wall or the outer structure of the lungs, causing the mucus to break away and move into larger airways to clear the pathway.

See the Pro PowerMassager in action.

One of our amazing customers, who happens to be a nurse, used this technique, with the help of our Pro PowerMassager, to help break up mucus and get her husband's blood oxygen levels from 95%, back up to 99%.

Watch the video to see the technique and the amazing results her husband got from using the TimTam Pro PowerMassager to mimic CPT. Watch it here.   

If you currently own a TimTam PowerMassager, and you are experiencing breathing restrictions due to an upper respiratory infection or mucus buildup, try this technique and let us know if it helped you.

If you are reading this, and want to use this technique in combination with one of our TimTam PowerMassagers, please go and browse our selection of PowerMassagers or our PowerMassager Bundles

The TimTam Pro PowerMassager or Pro PowerMassager Bundle, comes with the Polish Light Head included with every purchase, as well as a Round Therapy Tip, and a Heated Tip. 

Take a look at all of our Pro PowerMassager options below:

             Power Massager Pro Bundle.                           Pro PowerMassager 

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One-on-one with Firas Zahabi, MMA coach

What is like to be inside the mind of one of the most celebrated MMA coaches in history? We recently decided to go straight to the source for the answer: world-renowned Firas Zahabi. Firas is the head coach at the legendary Tristar Gym in Montreal, Quebec. Tristar is home to many internationally known, superstar prizefighters, including George St. PierreRory MacDonaldKenny FlorianMiguel Torres, and many others.
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Georges St-Pierre


Georges "Rush" St-Pierre, also known as “GSP,” is a Canadian professional mixed martial artist and UFC world champion who holds black belts in both Kyokushin karate and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

Georges was raised in St-Isidore, Quebec, a town of about 2,000 people. As a child he was bullied for years by older schoolmates. His father had introduced him to Kyokushin karate at age 7, “but life isn’t like a movie,” he said. “You can do all the karate you want, when you’re eight or nine-years-old and they’re 12, when you’re alone and there’s three of them, you can’t do anything. That’s the reality.”

Already a 2nd degree Kyokushin karate black belt at 12, Georges dedicated himself to martial arts and training throughout his teen years. After seeing Royce Gracie ( fight in 1993 at UFC 1, Georges knew exactly what he wanted to do with his life and how he was going to reach those goals: he invested all his energy and all his time at becoming a better version of himself. When he wasn’t training or at school, Georges worked as a doorman in nightclubs, or hung off the back of a garbage truck, hauling in refuse. He discovered a simple truth: never stopping helps reach goals.

He grew as a person and as a fighter. He added fighting disciplines such as boxing, wrestling, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu to his karate background and competed in his first amateur bout at age 16. He won that match, and continued his steady improvement. In 2006 he became the UFC Welterweight Champion. He lost the title in 2007 but subsequently regained it in front of his hometown fans of Montreal in 2008 and hasn’t lost a single title defense since then.

Recognized as one of the planet's best pound-for-pound MMA fighter and all around athlete, GSP lives in Montreal but travels around the world to train with the best coaches and training partners in all disciplines.


GSP in facts and figures

Born in St-Isidore, Québec, on May 19, 1981

5 ft 10 inches, 170 lbs

Fighting style: Kyokushin karate (3rd dan black belt), Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (black belt), Muay Thai, Boxing, Wrestling


25 wins (8 by knock out, 5 by submission, 12 by decision) 2 defeats

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Two-time Welterweight Champion of the World - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC)

All-time most consecutive welterweight title defenses (9)


Canadian Athlete of the Year 2008, 2009, 2010 - Rogers Sportsnet

2010-2011 No.2 Pound-for-pound fighter in the world – ESPN

Fighter of the Year 2009 - Sports Illustrated, World MMA Awards, MMAPayout, Inside MMA, MMAJunkie

Finalist - Best Fighter 2008, 2010, 2011 - ESPY Awards

Most Dangerous Man of the year 2010 - Spike Guys Choice Awards

2008 MMA Fighter of the Year - Black Belt Magazine

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