What is Mooyee Macaroon Massager?

The Mooyee is a massaging device in the shape of a macaroon. It is a TENS machine controlled by an app on your phone.

What does a Mooyee Macaroon Massager TENS machines do?

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation – means an electrical current passes from the device to your muscles causing it to move (contract). This contraction feels like a massage. The massage enables your muscles to feel relaxed, get more blood flow, reduce lactic acid build up and assist with pain relief.

Where can you put the mooyee on your body?

You can put the mooyee macaroon massager ALMOST anywhere – you need to be careful of your head, neck, chest (near your heart) and genitals. All other areas are safe unless otherwise specified by your health provider or GP.

How long does it take to reduce muscle soreness?

The Mooyee macaroon massager can help in as little as 10 minutes. Increasing blood flow to the tissues helps the area to get warm, get new oxygen and assist with healing of the body by vibrating the cells and increasing their activity. The massager at certain settings can also assist with rapid reduction in pain by using alternate pathways to release natural pain relief in our body (just like hitting yourself when removing a bandaid).

How often can I use the Mooyee?

You can use the Mooyee macaroon massager everyday!

Other Benefits:

  • Improving blood flow
  • Reducing lactic acid
  • Improving muscle activation
  • Reducing tension
  • Assist with arthritic pains
  • Help reduce stress
  • Promotes muscle recovery
  • Reduces cramps

Where to get it a Macaroon Massager Mooyee?

We stock it at Better Moves Physiotherapy check out our shop below.

Areas we service









The Basin


Caribbean Park


Mountain Gate


Knox City


Ferntree Gully






Upper Ferntree Gully




Wantirna South






We are physiotherapists located in Kilsyth and Knoxfield – helping you be better by restoring, improving & enhancing your optimal movement!

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