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Inversion Therapy Is Amazing For Your Back
The human spine is the most complex structure in the human body.  It contains over 120 muscles, 220 ligaments and 100 joints.  It supports your weight and protects thousands of nerves.  Pretty important stuff. Nearly 80% of people experience some sort of back pain or injury in their life with compression on the vertebra being one of the most common causes.  One of the things you can do to help to prevent that is called spinal traction.  It’s a process when the person hangs upside down and releases pressure on the spine which can slowly and gently increase the space between your vertebra by just a millimeter or two just which is enough to remove a lot of pain. So, how do you hang upside down at home? Yoga teacher Lucas Rockwood came up with a unique thing called the YOGABODY Yoga Trapeze. It’s a light weight inversion sling that you just hang in a doorway or an exposed beam and you can get traction from one to seven minutes upside daily.  About half of yoga trapeze users are yoga students who use it for posterior chair strength, core strength, power and flexibility training and the other half use it just to hang for traction.  Click Here to get your YOGABODY Yoga Trapeze along with a FREE DVD with instructions