Not just another yoga prop, but much more
Instant Inversion Therapy – Deeper Yoga Backbends Core & Upper Body Strengthening.
Common Benefits Reported by Students:
Instant traction on your spine (within minutes)
Relief of back pain and possibly sciatica
Core strength development
Deeper backbends, shoulder tension release
Functional upper body and full-body strength
What is missing in traditional yoga?
Traditional yoga practice creates balance and improves overall health, including muscle strength, mobility, cardiovascular health, respiratory health, cirulation, and general fitness, but the one thing that is clearly missing and very difficult to generate in a mat-based yoga class is the functional movement of pulling and rowing. Functional strength must include pushing, holding and pulling, and although traditional yoga offers thousands of opportunities for pushing and and holding, pulling is still missing. As a result, many yoga students have poor grip strength and weak wrists and shoulder. Wrist, shoulder, upper back and neck pains are most often due to underdelevoped strength rathern than poor alignements. So why Yoga trapeze is a very useful tool if you want to strengthen those body parts? Because with Yoga Trapeze you can do everything. I often hear that the students want to try Yoga Trapeze for the spinal traction and the passive backbend, but then they discover during the class what else they can practice with Yoga Trapeze, and they quickly learn that the functional pulling and grip strength are also valuable especially if they want to practice fancy yoga poses which are very famous at the moment like handstand, crow pose etc. Practicing yoga with Yoga Trapeze even it is only just once or twice a week, can include pushing, pulling, holding, hip opening, twists, backbends, forward bends etc and students can work their shoulders, calm their nerves and leave class floating on air. The yoga poses we practice during the class look similar to their mat-based counterparts, the dynamics are unique. Yoga Trapeze demands a great deal of upper body and core strength for even the most basic poses, but do not panic, you can gain this strength very quickly and after a couple of classes you will be estonished. Here are the most important differences: Yoga Trapeze - demands a great deal of upper body strength - requires functional core strength for some poses - builds grip strength - allows for passive backbends and spine decompression - increases space between lower vertebrae
The Yoga Trapeze creates natural traction using your own body weight-the safest and most effective kind.
Just hang back, grab your ankles, and chill out. This is the safest, deepest backbend you’ll ever achieve unassisted (and pain-free). You’ll make flexibility gains effortlessly.
For dynamic, deep core strength, nothing compares to inverted, gravity-resistance training.
Asymmetrical, dynamic poses are a fun way to correct right-left imbalances