What is this?

Lull is a full body gentle inversion board that counters the pull of gravity on your body. Lull is a unique design that because of its gentle arcing movement, enables the body to recline to an optimal angle for relaxation and recovery. 

Main health benefits?

Can help to relieve back pain by decompressing the spine; can help to improve circulation with leg vein swelling and encourage lymphatic flow; and can relax tension in the nervous system. 

What is the degree of recline?

The degree of recline is variable from 0 to 14 degrees. Lull sits horizontally 10 inches from the ground and makes inversion accessible for those who prefer not to invert at an upside down or higher angle such as with headstands or with an inversion table. 

How do I begin using it?

Begin with 5 minutes at a time to ensure your body feels good. Outstretch your arms where comfortable to open up the chest area. Close your eyes and let go. Breathe. Unwind. Release.

After returning to a seated position, be still for a moment to ensure you're not lightheaded. Ease into 10-15 minutes at a time once it feels right for your body.

See our How-To page for more. 

Who should not use?

Although the degree of angle is low and usually safe for most bodies, please speak with your doctor before using the Lull gentle inversion board if you have any of the following conditions:

Hiatal hernia

Ventral hernia

Detached retina

Extreme obesity

Middle ear infection

Arterial hypertension

History of brain lesions

Severe vascular disease

History of congestive heart failure

Vulnerable areas of stress from recent surgery.

Is it safe to use the recliner if I have Acid Reflux?

Please speak with your doctor about this.

There are different causes of acid reflux. If the cause is a flaccid lower esophageal sphincter, then inversion is likely to cause a reflux event. If the cause is atonic digestion and reverse motility, then the inversion might well not cause a reflux event.

Further, if the reflux is affected by some spinal-vertebral condition that can be improved by inversion, then in the long run the therapy could help even if, in the short run, it caused reflux events.

Ultimately you'll want to decide whether you want to try it, or not. If it does cause reflux events, that won't worsen the condition, per se, so may be worth trying it to see.

What if I'm not happy with my purchase? 

Your experience is important, and we want you to be happy so we're offering a fair Returns Policy.