Gentle-inversion supports your body at a safe angle, in a straight alignment with your feet above hips, hips above heart, and your heart above head. It helps to strengthen our body's systems: relaxes and realigns the back, encourages circulation, and soothes the nervous system.
Introducing Lull. Modern furniture designed to easily integrate wellness into daily life.
Health and home
Imagine what it would be like to feel rejuvenated and calm in the midst of day to day stresses—to have a welcoming sanctuary in your home that supports your passions and concerns, and where you are free to reflect, dream and renew your spirit?
The Lull Incliner is a gentle-inversion platform for your rest, renewal and health. To help you feel good in your body.
"The gentle incline is just enough to stretch out my lower back in a completely passive stretch. I have short hamstrings, so getting a lower back stretch is very difficult, but this slant board makes it easy. Just a few minutes a day keeps me pain free—while I relax and meditate."
– Audra Andrews, Seattle
“It quieted my frayed edges, enabling better sleep and less reliance on sleep meds like Tylenol PM”
“Gives me a lightness, and sense of well being. I feel an alignment in my body with hips and back - fluid, and without pain."
“Perfect for those long days at the computer. Helps me to feel more fresh and alive”
“A lifetime of chronic back pain due to Scoliosis has been a challenge to say the least. I was never interested in surgery, gimmick exercise equipment or other methods, so I just learned to deal with the pain. By chance I was introduced to InclineRx and experienced results the first few days. It’s made such a difference that I look forward to inclining daily after work, if only for a few minutes. It’s inviting and makes me feel like I want to use it so much that I don't want to be without it.”
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May 22, 2020
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