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SOURCE: Evolution Health
Increase circulation, relieve back pain, reduce varicose veins, and improve overall health and beauty with the aid of the Bodylift yoga headstand chair and the Bodyslant slant board.
(PRWEB) January 07, 2013
EvolutionHealth.com is proud to introduce the Bodyslant slant board and Bodylift yoga headstand to give one all the benefits of inversion and reduce the detrimental effects that gravity has on the body.
With the aid of the modern BodyLift yoga headstand prop, one can now experience the benefits of the famous Yoga Headstand (Sirsasana) for yourself safely without straining one's neck.The BodyLift requires no special strength, balance or agility. One's shoulders rest on the foam cushion, the head dangles off the floor, and the neck stretches naturally to relieve tension and headaches. This is the original bodylift used by Martha Stewart and featured on the Martha Stewart show several times.
The bodyslant slant boards are available in two sizes: the Newton slant board and the Einstein slant board. These are the original slant boards invented by Larry Jacobs and endorsed by Dr Bernard Jensen. They can convert into different positions including the beneficial slant board position which gives the ideal 30 degree of inversion promoted by Dr Bernard Jensen to an ottoman that blends in with one's home furniture. In addition to the convertible slant boards, Evolutionhealth.com also has the AirSlant inflatable slant board. This can inflate and deflate easily allowing one to take the slant board anywhere.
The bodyslant slant board provides a safe way to get all the benefits of inversion exercise without the strain on the ankles one might get from an inversion table. It's especially helpful for those who have had a hip or joint replacement. The gentle inversion of 30 degrees received by the Einstein and Newton bodyslant will still give all the desired benefits of inverting at higher angles given by an inversion table, yoga swing or from doing a yoga headstand. Zero gravity devices such as gravity boots, pelvic racks, inversion swings, inversion tables and other total inversion devices may not be for everyone. Total inversion therapy (90 degree angle) is contraindicated in those with high blood pressure, bone disease, detached retinas, certain esophaugus problems and spinal fusion surgery.
Slanting, however, has been time-proven and tested by countless users of all ages and is generally considered to be a safe, gentle way to relieve gravitational stress and restore physiological balance. Unlike total inversion devices, the bodyslant requires NO RADICAL CHANGE in your body's postion relative to gravity's pull, thereby reducing the possibility of sudden stress or discomfort. The moderate elevation of just 14 inches enables the user to obtain maximum results with minimum effort. The bodyslant is portable and easy to use, since it can integrate with existing home furniture and will be more likely used unlike a bulky and heavy inversion table that takes up a lot of space.
Benefits of inversion using the Bodyslant Slant Boards and the Bodylift Yoga Headstand:
Relieve varicose veins
Relieves fluid buildup in the legs and feet (edema)
Increases the glow of face and decreases the dark circles around the eyes by raising the blood flow and oxygen to the brain.
Decongest internal organs: kidneys, liver, intestines, stomach and reproductive organs by reversing the gravity pull
Aids in the treatment of headaches, sinusitis, hay fever, diabetes, depression and symptoms of menopause.
Visit EvolutionHealth.com to learn how to improve one's health with inversion therapy. EvolutionHealth.com also carries Saunas with Far Infrared heat for detoxification, Water Ionizers for alkalizing your body, Whole Body Vibration Machines for Osteoporosis, rosavin Rhodiola Rosea for stress and anxiety, MSM powder for pain and inflammation, and Flextasy Functional Flexibility DVD set for stretching exercises.
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