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Inversion Therapy


Suspends you upside down to stretch the spine and relieve back pain.

  • 15 minutes
  • 15 British pounds
  • Shakespeare Road

Service Description

Inversion therapy can help reverse the effects of sedentary life by promoting movement and circulation. Inversion therapy is a spine health technique that angles the body downward for a few minutes. The inversion therapy approach uses gravity and your own bodyweight to help stretch and elongate the spine, alleviating pressure of compressed discs. It helps with: Chronic low back pain Non-specific back pain Sciatica pain Degenerative disc disease Muscle tension It is not recommended for anyone with high blood pressure, heart disease or glaucoma. Relieving back pain Our body is affected by the downward pull of gravity through everyday things like walking and moving. These may contribute to spinal compression, pinched nerves, and back pain over time. Hanging upside down may help alleviate back pain associated with compression by temporarily stretching the muscles and ligaments around the spine. Maintaining posture Job stress and strain, as well as activities like sitting at a desk or performing repetitive tasks, can all have a negative effect on your spine. These activities may also lead to a misalignment of the hips and contribute to poor posture. Inversion therapy gives your spine and the opportunity to stretch, realign and improve your posture. Relaxing muscles Inversion therapy is an effective way of relaxing and stretching out your muscles. Hanging upside down allows gravity to relieve pressure on the lower part of your body. This exercise may also trigger a series of “cracking” sounds across your body, which also alleviates built-up pressure. Clearing the lymph system Because the lymph system only flows in one direction, waste may begin to collect and build up over time. Spending a few minutes upside down could help your body to adjust lymphatic flow and remove that waste naturally. Improving blood circulation You can give your heart a helping hand while you hang upside down. Being inverted helps move your blood to the upper part of your body more easily.


Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule please contact us at least 24 hours in advance


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