Inversions have never been more popular in yoga. When taught correctly, people of all ages can experience inversion therapy using and eventually build the strength needed to progress to mat-based inverted poses.  While many of the yoga poses we do on the Yoga Trapeze look very similar to their mat-based counterparts, the dynamics are very unique. The Yoga Trapeze builds a great deal of upper body and core strength even with the most basic of movements. It adds in the missing “pull” motion lacking in mat-based classes.

SPINAL TRACTION AND INSTANT BACK PAIN RELIEF

By hanging freely in the Yoga Trapeze, individuals elongate their spine and experience decompression. With less strain on the back while doing the exercises, it eases tension in the spinal cord and hip joint. For many, this type of pain relief is unmatched by any other form of treatment.

SUSPENSION TRAINING

By hanging freely in the Yoga Trapeze, individuals elongate their spine and experience decompression. With less strain on the back while doing the exercises, it eases tension in the spinal cord and hip joint. For many, this type of pain relief is unmatched by any other form of treatment.

DEEP BACKBENDS

Backbends are some of the most-challenging poses in yoga, and students often get so frustrated that they skip them altogether. On the Yoga Trapeze, you can do passive backbends (just hang and breathe) to open the stiff and stuck areas of your shoulders and thoracic spine.

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FLEXIBILITY

Aside from inversions, there are also dozens of hip openers, shoulder openers, and hamstring stretches that work amazingly well for flexibility. Using the leverage of the sling, gravity, and suspension, you can practice flexibility training in a whole new way.