Our Inversion Table has been modified to make it more comfortable on the ankles.
Being upside down is a strange sensation. You have to trust the spotter will bring you up immediately upon request. Otherwise, if your spotter is detracted or not paying attention, panic can set in quickly.
But once you get beyond the strangeness of it, and feel confidence in your spotter, you can explore the profound benefits this activity. You naturally start expanding the period time in this position.
Space is created all along the spinal column. You feel the decompression and realignment even after one brief moment. And, yes, regular practice does actually increase your height rather significantly. And all that blood to the brain does wonders.
The Inversion table is in action tonight at yoga. Let us know if you can make it. Ciao, Pietro
It quite literally makes you taller if you use the inversion table regularly. And substantially so. Decompress the spine. Improve alignment. Assist the bursa by flipping the impact of gravity.
And the flood of blood to the brain has profound benefits – according to ancient sages, and modern science. Height-loss as we age can be reversed by customizing the body to hanging upside down.
The inversion table is just one of many posture at Yogic Stretching Drills. We favour long extended pleasurable stretches. It’s Friday night, after all. These lengthier stretches not only feel good but powerfully affective.
See you tonight at Panacea Studio, 730 pm. Sat Abs and Heavy Lifting Tuesday.