Pelvic Sling(Including 2 padeyes)

Pelvic Sling(Including 2 padeyes)

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Price:  NZ$179.00 


The pelvic sling is mainly used to go upside down putting your spine into natural traction and creating more space between your vertebrae, which helps to improve symptoms such as low back pain and lumbar disc herniation. Also, it effectively relieves back pain, headaches and migraines caused by long-term sitting.

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The pelvic sling is mainly used to go upside down putting your spine into natural traction and creating more space between your vertebrae, which helps to improve symptoms such as low back pain and lumbar disc herniation. Also, it effectively relieves back pain, headaches and migraines caused by long-term sitting.

The hanging pose allows the body to have enough support to relax. And the pose with the head lower than the heart reduces the pressure on the heart and supplies the blood flow and oxygen to the brain. It also helps relieve tension and anxiety.

The cylindrical support design reduces the pressure on the pelvis and allows the practitioner to stay in suspension for longer, which gently stimulates the intestines and relieves digestive problems such as constipation.

In addition, it can increase Strength, Balance, Flexibility. Posterior chain, grip, backbends, hamstrings, and hip openers. Ideally used alongside a regular practice on the ground!

 

Made in NZ, by New Zealanders.

Features

Thick padded sling with hanging apparatus.
Recommended for Users Up to 150 KG
Takes up no Floor Space
Include 2 padeyes

Recommended

It is recommended to use twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening, for 1-3 minutes each time. It depends on the constitution of each person and the physical condition of the day. Women\'s menstrual period is not suitable for handstands and squeezing the abdomen.


Dimensions: 

Length(cm): 155
Width(cm): 46
Height(cm): 8
KG(kg): 1.2
Cubic(m3):0.007

 

Installation Manual

The following instructions for wall rope installation are intended as a guide.  If in doubt, consult a building professional. YogaLab does not take any responsibility regarding improper installation. 

Your installation pack should contain 2x galvanised eye bolts and 2x washers. 

An ideal location for the eye bolts is a 0.5m spacing and 1.8m from the ground, however, it is crucial that the eyebolts be bolted into the wooden frames of the wall and not just the drywall, therefore these measurements may need to be adjusted to suit your framing.

1. Locate the frames in the wall by tapping or using a stud finder.

2. Mark out the positions that you want to install the eyebolt and double-check that they have solid wood behind to screw into.

3. Drill a pilot hole into the wood, smaller than the screw diameter. This is to help the screw go in easier.

4. Add a washer to the eyebolt and screw them into the wooden framing.  Screw all the way into the wood so the eye is close to the washer. Do not leave exposed shank.

5. Align the eyebolt by unscrewing so that the load is in line with the eye. If the load is applied sideways, the eye bolt may bend.

6. Attach only one sling leg to each eye bolt


 

 

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