The Great Yoga Wall, for your home yoga studio
If you want to do inversion therapy at home, or start your own yoga studio in your garage, the Great Yoga Wall is an affordable and safe option.
Wouldn't you love to have your own yoga studio at home? Preferably with bars on the wall so you have something to hold onto during stretches? And a swing so you can try out postures in which gravity helps a hand?
The Great Yoga Wall makes all that possible.
Your own home yoga studio
If you're a certified yoga teacher, you probably want to stop renting some hall in a nearby community center, and instead set up your own home yoga studio. In that case too it's a good idea to use the Great Yoga Wall to set things up.
See the video's on this page to make the options of this affordable yet safe system clear.
Great Yoga Wall for Physical Theraphy
Because the Great Yoga Wall is a versatile system, you can use it in any circumstance where you need a lot of points of connection to the wall. For instance some people report having learned to stand again at the yoga wall - with the physical therapist using bands to keep that person safely stuck to the wall while they're exercising those muscles.
Great yoga wall for inversion therapy
Inversion therapy is not regarded as a serious treatment of backpain, however it can help loosen up the disks in the spinal cords. This has helped some people move with less pain.
I'd personally recommend inversion therapy more for the simple reason that you'll use a very different set of muscles than you normally would, and in a weight-free environment. This is good for flexibility and losing weight.
However, if you have high blood pressure, heart disease, certain eye diseases or if you're pregnant you should consult a doctor before trying inversion therapy out - with or without a yoga wall. If you do try out inversion therapy, proceed very slowly - with only a bit more inversion in each session. Also, make sure there is someone standing by to help in case you get into trouble.