How To Use

A Gentle Inversion How-To

Sit in center. Swing your legs to one end, scoot yourself towards your feet a few inches so you'll recline slowly, and lie back.

Use your body's center of gravity and your arm positioning to control the degree of incline. Maximum of the Lull is 14 degrees. You are easily able to back it up from the full 14 degrees with the shifting of your weight.

Begin with 5 minutes at a time to ensure your body feels good. Ease into 10-15 minutes once it feels right for you.

Close your eyes and let go. Breath. Unwind. Release. Outstretch your arms where comfortable to open up the chest area.

When ready to sit back up, while still lying reclined, scoot your torso towards your feet until your body returns towards horizontal. Prop an elbow alongside your body and bend one knee to help leverage you to sit upright and to take any strain off your lower back or abdomen.

Sit upright for a moment to ensure you're not light-headed. 

Listen to your body and make adjustments as needed.