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Achieve deeper backbends and instant back pain relief with the yoga trapeze the yoga trapeze is the most powerful, at home yoga inversion tool ever created. Hang it of your door frame or from an exposed beam, bar or swing set. Setup is fast and simple, results are immediate. Heal your spine at home. Our students report that the yoga trapeze is more effective than an 1-hour deep tissue massage or a multiple series of chiropractic adjustments. The yoga trapeze strengthens and loosens the muscles surrounding the spine naturally – so you can eliminate the source of the pain both short and long term. Most back pain specialists recommend a 3-pronged approach for long term back pain relief. Traction: The yoga trapeze creates natural, body weight traction – the safest and most effective kind. Back and core strengthening: For dynamic, deep core strength, nothing compares to inverted, gravity resistance training. Flexibility: Just hang back, grab your ankles and chill out. This is the safest, deepest backbend you could ever do unassisted (and painless). You'll make flexibility gains effortlessly.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.9 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- ASIN: B00CTMF19M
- Item model number: 4515BLACK
237 people found this helpful
Love, love , love my yoga trapeze! It definitely takes some getting used to hanging upside down though! I’m trying to get my husband to try it out for his back problems too! I feel like a kid again hanging upside down! I was going to hang it from my garage ceiling but realized the beams were too narrow and not strong enough. I didn’t want to hang it in the doorway because of limited movement and sure as hell didn’t have room for that giant yoga stand they sell on their website for $400! So I did some reasearch and came across free standing pull up bars. I found one at Walmart for $80 plus free shipping! It works great and gives me more space than a door way would! So those of you contemplating getting the yoga trapeze because you don’t know where to hang it or are in a rental, this is a great option! Hope this helps!
If I can do it at 270 pounds being horribly out of shape with a degenerative spine, you can too! And your back will thank you!
121 people found this helpful
I love it! The shipping was fast and everything was packaged well. The webpage offers great instructions on installation that my husband was able to easily use. We bought the indoor hammock hanging kit by live infinitely to hang it because of the large (600 pound) weight limit. The ropes that come with it are perfect for being able to adjust the height to where you want them. There is defiantly a bit of a learning curve when first starting to use it for hanging upside down. After a few times of awkward flipping and flailing around (which was hilarious and I was laughing my butt off and having fun the whole time) I got it. Now here is the kicker. I am an out of shape (for now) 270 pound 5’5″ woman and I could still do it. The fabric, rope, and carabiners are really sturdy. At first I was worried about my weight being too much for it. But after a few uses I realized that it had no problem holding my weight. Hanging upside down looks way harder than it is. I only hang for a half minute or so at a time for now. But doing that a few times a day I think is making a difference. I have a degenerative spine and a crap load of back issues. This yoga swing is awesome for it!
2×6 ceiling thingies
123 people found this helpful
Get it! I have two herniated disks, and on some days it’s so bad that I can’t walk. This has saved my back, it’s cheaper, and more effective than an inversion table. I love it! I bought the ikea ceiling hook to use with this product. We also have 2×6 ceiling wood thingies. We used a 2x6x8′ board & screwed it to the wood thingies through drywall.💃🏻 it’s sturdy. Buzzed, but honest review!
I love it!
20 people found this helpful
I love it!!!!!! I love it!! I have suffered from low back pain for ten years now. Ever since I had my third child. And then I went on to have 2 more kids. So my back and pelvic floor muscles were so weak. And I have had 5 surgeries in the past 5 years. Two of which were due to prolapse. I am not aloud to lift heavy weights. And it’s been challenging to maintain my weight. Given my body restrictions. Most all cardio hurts my back. I’m always fighting my belly fat. I am completely recovered and am back to Pilates 3x a week. Which I have done now for ten years. Even through the pregnancies. It has kept me strong. But 5 pregnancies damaged my muscles in pelvic floor and my spine has just had it!! To get them strong again has been such a roller coaster. I also take hot yoga classes when I can. I believe I saw this ad on instagram. I was so intrigued mainly because it says it helps with back pain and core muscles. I had to try it. My husband is a very strong man. So his choice of exercise is the complete opposite of mine but We have a small crossfire gym in our garage. So I have the perfect place to hang it! I have used it everyday sometimes even twice a day.
Buying this seemed to be a fun and safe way to hang upside down in cool …
19 people found this helpful
I told my sensible self that I bought this to help with back pain from sitting at a desk all day, but I secretly have always wanted to be one of those acrobats twirling around on yards and yards of silk twenty feet from the ground! Buying this seemed to be a fun and safe way to hang upside down in cool poses and fuel my whimsy. Silliness aside, it’s a fantastic product. My back and neck have never felt so good! It almost feels like I’m taller. Installing it was a little bit of a challenge, but nothing that couldn’t be solved by a trip to Home Depot and chatting with their associates. I did order the ceiling mounts recommended with this item on Amazon. However, when I went to Home Depot to purchase the lag screws, I discovered that the recommended fasteners would not work for my ceiling’s beam structure. A stud finder is invaluable if you can’t see your ceiling’s beam structure. Also note you have more flexibility for placing your trapeze along the length of a beam rather than across multiple beams. Before you buy mounting fixtures, determine if your ceiling beams are 2x8s or 4x8s. Most typical older buildings like my apartment will have 2x8s.
Swole & Flexy
17 people found this helpful
Absolutely love the YogaBody Naturals Yoga Trapeze! I hang this from my Rogue Fitness Y-1 Yoke and it works perfectly. Great way to get traction on the spine and relieve back pain. Also great for working up to handstands and handstand push ups. Overall a great addition to our garage gym/workout arsenal. Use it for strength, meditation and stretching. Use it for getting great instagram photos. =P Get swole and flexy! Great quality for a reasonable price.
38 people found this helpful
This swing was the best thing I ever did for myself. I’m relieving so much tension in my shoulders and body and decompressing my back. I truly think that everyone needs one in their house. I first tried to install this with the IKEA mounts that were recommended. Turns out my ceiling joists were too narrow to accomodate that. I went with the O-Ring method to install on 2x4s in a condo. The O-Ring was about the length of my thumb and pretty darn thick. Fiance followed provided (emailed) instructions and drilled a hole into center of beam and then screwed in until fully placed. I watched a youtube video about a guy installing it this way into a door frame. Helpful tip was to put a little petroleum jelly on the tip of the screw before manually screwing it and it’ll go in much easier. I’m happy to say these are securely placed in the roof and I’ve been on it off and on since I got it. I really notice the difference and all the information the company provides is very easy to follow and set up.
Great product, easy to install
35 people found this helpful
My 8 year-old daughter received this for her birthday and loves it! Both of my children play with it every day and my husband and i can also use it. I ended ip buying metal beam clamps rated for 1250 lbs (electrical section) and screw in eye hooks (hardware section) rated for 800 lbs at Home Depot for about $15 total. Lower rated clamps would have worked, but I picked my safest option. I also put a mattress under the swing, in case anyone falls. Great product!