“ Brand: Genki „
The haramaki from Genki is a traditional Japanese garment worn to maintain warmth and well-being. Our modern interpretation fits snuggly, and its double, ridged layers ensure your warmth.Wear at home to relax, in bed for more restful sleep, or during sports and outdoor activities to avoid chills. Our haramaki uses only the softest cotton, gentle enough to be worn directly against the skin, or as a stylish outer layer.BENEFITS:Improved CirculationThe abdomen contains critical organs - including those responsible for the production of qi energy.Insulating the mid-rift with our snuggly fitting haramaki means less stress on the body to maintain their optimal temperature.The smooth running that's acheived supports healthy energy flow and circulation.You'll really notice the difference and experience a balanced body temperature and higher energy levels. Instant RelaxerThe sensation of wearing our soft, snuggly fitting haramaki is quite unique.It's a cozy, tummy hugging feeling that creates a comforting sense of well-being and relaxation.Protection from chilly blasts of air reduces the stress the body often has to handle to maintain balance.So whether you're working, at home, or outdoors - the extra warmth of our haramaki helps you keep in your best, relaxed condition.Pre-Natal and Pregnancy SupportDr Wei-Xiong Chen, a leading practitioner in Traditional Chinese Medicine says poor circulation caused by the cold can thin the womb lining, leading to painful periods and infertility.The unhealthy environment inside the womb is the biggest factor behind infertility in modern society. As well as the help our haramaki may provide in conceiving, it's snug, elasticated fit provides excellent support for pregnancy bumps.Swaddling your tummy during this important time keeps the uterus (know in TMC as the 'Palace of the Child' a safe and warm place for your baby to grow.A Stylish AccessoryAlong with all the positive health benefits our haramakis deliver, they also look great worn over clothes. Choose from nine colours.