Back Pain Gone in Just
7 Minutes Upside-Down

Instant Inversion Therapy – Deeper Yoga Back Bends
Powerful Core & Upper Body Strengthening

The Yoga Trapeze – by Lucas Rockwood


Try it for 30 days for Just $1!

You Get:

  • Yoga Trapeze, ultimate inversion tool
  • Tri-handle Set, for hundreds of exercises
  • 2 Hanging Ropes, rock solid support
  • Re-enforced Loops, long-term use
  • Online Setup Instructions (video & PDF)


Pay just $1 + S&H for a 30-day, risk-free trial of The Yoga Trapeze!

Is Inversion Therapy Right For You?

The Yoga Trapeze is the most powerful, at-home yoga inversion tool ever created. Hang inside your house from a doorway, or outside from a beam, bar or swing set. Setup is fast and simple, results are immediate.

The Yoga Trapeze will change your backbends for forever… less pain and more flexibility with balance upper body and core strength.

I Highly Recommend The Yoga Trapeze” This product is really well made and worth the cost. It is not only fun to use, but very safe and effective to go deep into an asana. I highly recommend it. – Stephen Jen (yoga student)

Dear Stiff-Backed Friend,

If you suffer from pain or stiffness in your back, neck or shoulders…
…then I’d like to introduce you to my secret weapon for a healthy spine that can help you toss those painkillers into the trash bin once and for all!

It’s called the Yoga Trapeze, and here’s my story…

As an over-zealous yoga student, I suffered from minor lower back pain continuously for about 2 years and extreme back pain for a period of 6 months (one time, I couldn’t get out of bed it was so bad). Why? Honestly, I was careless and pushed myself too far too fast without enough rest.

Chances are, you’re not as reckless with your spinal health as I was; but since you’re reading this now, I assume you either have a stiff back, a sore back—or both! And if that’s the case, then I’m almost positive I can help you.

Doctors report 2 out of every 3 people suffer from chronic back pain at some point in their life. Here’s why:

  • LACK OF FLEXIBILITY in the shoulders, back muscles, hips, and tops of the legs can lead to injury and chronic pain. How does this happen? Working at a computer all day, commuting to work, lifting weights, and carrying children around the house all contribute to what I call a “locked up” spine. And a locked up spine is at least 8x more injury prone than a loosy-goosy one. In this way, mobility and flexibility are essential for long-term spinal health.
  • LACK OF STRENGTH in your core leaves your spine unsupported and vulnerable. The abdominal muscles are actually spine support muscles, and a weak gut means you’re at risk for injury. When you strengthen your core, your strengthening your spine—it’s that simple.
  • STRESS & TENSION in the muscles supporting the spine act like tight cables yanking at your vertebrae. Both physical and emotional stress go right into your upper back, neck, and shoulders as you clench those muscles in reaction to a high-pressure situation. Tense muscles crank and yank instead of stretching and yielding… all of which exacerbate the problem.
  • LACK of MOVEMENT in our day-to-day lives means that most of us simply do not twist, shake, rotate, bend backwards or forwards nearly enough (if at all); and as they say, “If you don’t use it, you lose it,” and so this is why people throw out their back doing the simplest of movements like lifting a box from the floor… ouch!

Yoga Trapeze

Strength, Flexibility, Balance


This Looks Like a Fun Toy… But Does it Really Work?

When I first saw the Yoga Trapeze, I thought it looked like a toy; and while I like to have fun as much as anyone, when I’m practicing yoga, I expect to get results…

… but honestly, all it took was 7 minutes on The Yoga Trapeze and I was a convert. It’s amazing!

Here’s the truth: dozens of things cause back pain, but the physical reality is almost always the same. There is some form of compression, a squishing of the vertebrae into one another or a pinching of nerve.

So you can massage, sauna, and medicate yourself to death—but nothing compares with the dead-simple treatment of traction!

What does “traction” mean, anyway?

Traction is a term used by orthopedic and chiropractic doctors to describe the any treatment that pulls or lengthens the spine apart (as opposed to squishing it together).

Take a look at the illustration on this page.

A healthy spine has full, firm, and resilient disk tissues that allow for complete range of motion. This is ideal. But after sitting all day in an office or car; after exercising and rotating the spine at only 20% of its full potential; and after years of poor posture caused by designer shoes; it’s very likely that some of your disks are not in great shape.

Which disks are affected?

Your lumbar spine (the bottom section) is most susceptible, with Lumbar Disks 4 and 5 (L4 & L5) being the common trouble areas—the dreaded source for most “lower back pain.”

But injury can happen anywhere along the spine, as low down as the sacroiliac joint with pain that radiates into the bum and legs; or as high up as the cervical spine with neck pain that can be debilitating.

Maybe your disks are just inflamed; but maybe they’re bulging, herniated, thinning, compressed—or worse! This is not meant to scare you, but it’s just so common that you ought to think about.

And better yet—you should do something about it!

This is funny: when my back was really bad a couple years ago, I was so desperate to get traction that I used to hang off the edge of a tall bed, drape my body over chairs, and hook my feet on the edge of the door in a handstand posture in a pathetic attempt to get some opposing force between my head and my toes.

And guess what? My home-spun solutions didn’t work very well… and then I tried The Yoga Trapeze.

When I first saw people using crude versions of the Yoga Trapeze years ago (older versions are not nearly as versatile and strong as the ones we manufacture), I didn’t really see the point. So I wasted a lot of time instead with massages and chiropractic adjustments to treat my pain when all I really needed was to hang.

Remember this: your spine is just a like an accordion of vertebrae and disks, and the pain you experience is almost always the result of compression.

The Magic solution? Release the compression, release the pain. Everyone’s body is different of course, but I’m amazed at how many people find inversion therapy to be so incredibly effective.

In 7 minutes you’ll get immediate relief—and believe me, you’ll feel it!


Now, Let’s Stabilize & Prevent Future Injuries,

Any back specialist worth his credentials will prescribe a 3-pronged approach for long term back pain relief:

  • TRACTION – The Yoga Trapeze creates natural, bodyweight traction… the safest and most effective kind.
  • BACK & CORE STRENGTHENING – For dynamic, deep core strength, nothing compares to inverted, gravity resistance training.
  • FLEXIBILITY – Just hang back, grab your ankles and chill out… this is the safest, deepest backbend I’ve ever done unassisted (and pain free). You’ll make flexibility gains effortlessly.

You and I both know that you can pop two Advil and get rid of most pain—but that’s not natural, and that’s certainly not a long term, healthy solution (ulcers anyone?). So what do you do?

Hang for 7 minutes, do some flying press-up (awesome core and upper body workout), hang in an inverted full wheel, and then call it a day! 10 minutes tops and your spine will feel amazing.

But I’ll warn you now, this thing is addicting! Sometimes I get up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom and can’t help but take a quick hang in the Yoga Trapeze.

It really does feel that good.

Don’t I Need Some Special Training to Use This?

Getting started is so easy. I’ve put people of all ages, sizes and background into the Trapeze, and within 2 minutes, they’re totally hooked. Stiff people, old people, sore people—bring it on!

As soon as you order, I’ll send you link to access a bunch of simple videos to get your started. Most days, I just do 2-3 poses. That’s all I need. Of course you can do all kinds of funky, crazy moves, but if you’re like me, you’re not trying to be in the circus—you just want your back to be limber and pain-free.

Now, How the Heck Do I Install It?

I waited months before getting my first Yoga Trapeze custom made because I thought it’d be really hard to install. Then it arrived and the next day it was hanging solid as a tree from my studio door frame. No problem.

I’m NOT a handy guy (I always break stuff and have to hire someone to fix it), so if I can install this thing, believe me, you can too.

Here are your hanging options:

  • Hang in a doorframe (like mine)
  • Swing it over an exposed beam (in a lofted room, patio, or garage)
  • Hang from a swing set/playground (easiest of all)
  • Tie it to a tree branch
  • Hang from a piece of gym equipment (like a chin-up bar)

Believe me, the last thing I want is some DIY home improvement project; but honestly, this is a piece of cake. If you’re hooking into a doorframe or ceiling stud, you’ll need a drill and some heavyweight hooks (see pic above) but you can get those at any hardware store or home furnishing store like, IKEA.

Every house is a little different, so there are no one-size-fits-all hooks or I’d send them in the package, of course! And remember, if you’re hanging from a swing set or a tree, you don’t need anything. You’ll be ready to swing like a monkey 2 minutes after your Yoga Trapeze arrives.

What if it Breaks?

This Yoga Trapeze is made from the same material as a parachute—super strong stuff! The seams are quad-stitched and rock solid, the hooks are pure steel. So it’s NOT going to break.

The Yoga Trapeze is weight tested it to 450 lbs, but in reality, it can hold even more (up to 600 lbs).

With all that said, if by some fluke your Yoga Trapeze happens to break, it’s 100% guaranteed for 10 years. You just send it back and I replace it. Full stop, end of story. No hassle or questions asked.

Can Kids Use this?

Yes, my daughter goes nuts for it. She comes running home from school saying, “Daddy, swinging time!” And her friends were floored when they saw she had a giant swing inside the house.

For the kids… The Yoga Trapeze is a dream come true, and the 2 sets of handles means your child holds onto the shorter set while you pull them with the longer set… it’s a lot of fun.

Try Yoga Trapeze Today!

You Get:

  • Yoga Trapeze, ultimate inversion tool
  • Tri-handle Set, for hundreds of exercises
  • 2 Hanging Ropes, rock solid support
  • Re-enforced Loops, long-term use
  • Online Setup Instructions (video & PDF)



Try Now for Just $1

Just pay shipping today &
try before you buy for 30 days


$1 + S&H, $98 in 30 Days


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(USA Only)

when you pay in full today


$99 + Free USA Shipping


Pay Just $1, use The Yoga Trapeze and all the bonuses for a full 30 days without paying anything more. After 30 days, you’ll automatically be billed the discounted balance of $98 ($111 off normal price).

If you decide you do not want The Yoga Trapeze, simply return it before the end of the 30 days, keep the bonuses as my gift to you, and pay nothing. No hassles, no fine print, no catch.

*Please email [email protected] for return info prior to the end of your trial! Trial begins from date of purchase.*

365-Day Guarantee – 10-Year Warranty

Even after you 30-day trial, if you decide for any reason (or no reason at all) that The Yoga Trapeze is not for you, simply return it at any time within the first year for a full and prompt refund—and keep the bonuses as my thank you gifts to you. And don’t forget, you also get a 10-year, unconditional warranty on all parts.


Free Bonuses!

(free with any Yoga Trapeze order)

FREE BONUS #1 : Online Practice Videos

Get started right away with 16 online streaming practice videos that you can also download for viewing on your own whenever you like. Most students are worried The Yoga Trapeze will be difficult or complicated, but honestly, you’ll be amazed at how quickly you’ll learn.

FREE BONUS #2 : Sugar Detox Quick Start Guide – eBook ($29.95 FREE!)

The number one problem with our modern diet is, without a doubt, sugar in all its various forms. I’m talking about bread, cookies, crackers, corn chips, sweets, and even apple and orange juice. Our bodies need sugar to be healthy, but most people are eating 300-500 grams per day—way too much. When you eat too much sugar, you gain weight, you have hormonal problems, and all your best efforts in other areas of your health are wasted. The good news is that when you get your sugar under control, the cascade of health benefits is truly remarkable, and by focusing on this one point of high leverage, it makes it so much easier to succeed.

Here’s what you get:

  • Why you should throw out your scale and use a blood glucose monitor instead
  • How to get started with a simple formula of 1 gram of carbs per lbs of ideal body weight per day
  • The truth about vegan, paleo, and all the other diet religions of the world
  • How to figure out what to eat that isn’t loaded with sugar

FREE BONUS #3 : Yoga Trapeze Pose Chart ($19.95 FREE!)

Quick pose reference guide for Yoga Trapeze practice. This full-color A6 pose chart is durable and convenient to use while you’re getting inverted. Also great for teachers leading students through inverted series…

Here’s what you get:

  • Quick reference for Yoga Trapeze practice
  • Includes the 10 core Yoga Trapeze poses
  • 4-color print
  • Also available for Digital Download

Limited Time Offer

Are You Ready To Go Upside Down?

This is funny… everyone who comes to my house starts off laughing at me for having this giant Yoga Trapeze hanging in my doorway, then they try it (and their laughs turn to…”ah’s”), and then want one!

Literally, everyone who tries the Trapeze wants one, and that’s why we often go out of stock very quickly. So if you’ve got a nagging pain in your shoulder or neck; if your lower back feels compressed and your gut feels weak; then you really ought to give The Yoga Trapeze a try…

And better yet—you should do something about it!

365-Day, 100% Rock Solid Guarantee – I’m so crazy about my new Yoga Trapeze, and I’m so sure you will be too that I offer a 365 day, no questions asked 100% satisfaction guarantee.

If for some reason (or no reason at all) you don’t agree that this thing is the best dang thing that ever happened to your spine, just send it back in the first year for a full refund—no questions asked. No catch. No hassle.

The only thing you have to lose is your stiff, sore back!


What People Are Saying…

“I Could Use The Yoga Trapeze For Hours…” I borrowed a friend’s Yoga Trapeze and it was an awesome experience. It gave me such a feeling of lightness without being dizzy. Almost instant relief from backache and a feeling of the spine decompressing. I just wanted to stay upside down for hours it was so relaxing.

Bryan Bender (yoga student)

“The Yoga Trapeze is Amazing” Like many others I started yoga as a treatment for a back injury and fell in love with it. When I moved to another town I continued classes but really missed hanging upside down. So I just had to have the Yoga Trapeze. I use it whenever my back becomes too painful to enjoy life. I have found an added bonus from hanging in the trapeze that I don’t get from other inversions. It completely stills my mind for hours afterwards. So now if the busy-ness in my head gets beyond control, upside down I go. It’s amazing.

Heather (yoga student)

“I Highly Recommend The Yoga Trapeze” This product is really well made and worth the cost. It is not only fun to use, but very safe and effective to go deep into an asana. I highly recommend it.

Stephen Jen (yoga student)

“Wonderful For Practicing Backbends!” I (easily) installed the yoga trapeze in my studio and it’s so great for practicing inverted postures to release the spine. It allows me to stay longer in inverted postures than on the floor. It’s also been really wonderful for practicing supported backbends, and strength building for the upper body. And just plain fun to use!

Ruth B (yoga student)

“I Can’t Describe How Happy I am About My Trapeze…” My Yoga Trapeze is here! Thanks for your invention, dedication, and passion for yoga, Lucas! This Trapeze is going to rock my world, my back and my body… I don’t have the words to describe how happy I am about my trapeze.

Julian (yoga student)

“The Yoga Trapeze helps my flexibility” My wife has a back problem and we have been using the Yoga Trapeze for 2 weeks and the decompression for the back is working. I have used it also for stretching and have noticed that my shoulder flexibility is improving. The best part of your program is consistency and with your weekly mails I remember to do it on a daily basis and that has been a fundamental part of the results. Thank you and never stop writing, so we can stay bendy.

Omar Carrum (professional dancer)

“Wonderful for practicing backbends!” I (easily) installed the yoga trapeze in my studio and it’s so great for practicing inverted postures to release the spine. It allows me to stay longer in inverted postures than on the floor. It’s also been really wonderful for practicing supported backbends, and strength building for the upper body. And just plain fun to use!

Ruth B (yoga instructor)

“….helps unwind and relieve lower back pain” I’m finding it VERY useful.” Having a twisted hip as diagnosed by the chiropractor, I’m finding it to help unwind and relieve lower back pain and left food numbness. I also just like how easy it is to get a certain areas that I can’t do so easily on the floor.

Jim Werner (yoga student)

“… highly recommend it for anyone with back pain and/or scoliosis.” I bought it to relieve sciatic pain. I had relief after hanging for 10 minutes. I use the trapeze 3 times a day. My back is 80% better. I also do ab exercises, without any back or neck pain. I love this product, and would highly recommend it for anyone with back pain and/or scoliosis. Also great for people that sit at work or car for long periods of time.

Cym Warkov (yoga student)

“I have a new love in my life” Having finally installed my yoga trapeze, I have a new love in my life. I love looking at it, hanging in it and doing the great stretching poses that you have so generously uploaded to YouTube. I daydream about my trapeze! Thank you!

Tana Vaughan (yoga student)

“Brings me to an instant “happy-place” Had it a little over 2 weeks and love it! It inspired me to get into an early a.m. sadhana routine. I have highly recommended it to several friends. Thank you for the trial and abundance of supportive information. Peace, Love and Prana…

Lisa Nuttall (yoga student)

“I feel safe using it!” I have used this for two days, I have had it installed for two days and so far so good! I have a prolapsed disc and it feels so much better when I’m hanging upside down and afterwards. I have added hanging in the trapeze to the end of my daily yoga practice. Its made very well and I feel safe using it.

Justine Johnson (yoga student)


Not Just Another Yoga Prop…

I’m the kind of guy who practices on an old, thin, worn out mat. I don’t have any fancy yoga clothes—and I don’t even own any proper blocks and straps (I use belts and books). So honestly, I’m not the type of person to recommend a bunch of gizmos for your practices since usually they just distract you.

The Yoga Trapeze, however, is the one BIG exception. It’s a phenomenal, simple tool that every serious yoga student should have. 7 minutes, upside down, decompress your spine, increase your flexibility and tone your core.

Let’s get inverted!
Lucas Rockwood


p.s. Remember, the bonuses included are yours to keep, no matter what you decide. So take advantage of the 30-Day, $ Trial Offer today, and get yourself inverted!


Yoga Trapeze Frequently Asked Questions

We have student of all ages, including in their 60′s and 70′s using The Yoga Trapeze, but for sure talk to (and trust) your doctor.
The trapeze has been tested for about 450 lbs, although the strength of where you hang it is generally the limiting factor. Please be sure that wherever you hang the trapeze can support your weight.
If the trapeze is digging into either your back or your thighs it means you have not positioned it correctly. When you sit in the trapeze it should only cover a small area, from your upper thighs to the middle of your bottom. Imagine you are sitting in a tire swing – this is how you should position yourself in the trapeze (see the picture above). Be sure to check out our tutorials and videos to get all the proper alignment instructions.
The trapeze can certainly help with back pain and flexibility. To get rid of the lower back pain we would suggest starting with a few minutes a day just hanging upside down, it’s good for your spine and it feels great. Just try to do daily stretching, even just 15 minutes a day – that will make a big difference.
Inversions are usually not recommend for people with high blood pressure, but check with your doctor as that is not always the case.
For some people, inversions can make them feel a bit dizzy at first. Your body simply has to adjust, and after a little while practicing, you should be able to use the trapeze without any nausea or dizziness. Take your time, go slowly, and remember to breathe. Drink lots of water and don’t forget to listen to your body. Most people find this sensation passes very quickly.
There’s no reason this should be a problem, but as always, listen to your body.
Yes, be sure to remove all the carabiners. It is machine washable. Be sure to put it on a low temperature and hang dry it.
You do not need to, however for poses that utilize the ground it is probably nicer to have a mat beneath your feet/arms.
Currently our only trapeze classes are in Barcelona. However, we are in the process of expanding and are looking into various opportunities.

Trapeze Set-up

The simplest way to install is using an exposed beam in your house, garage or porch. Also a swing set works (the bar) or a tree branch. With that setup, you can setup in literally 1 minute. You just hang the rope over, and hook in. You can see the setup instructions here.
Please use the link below to help you with this installation.
Yoga Trapeze Bolt Set-up
We suggest about hip height, so that you can get in and out without difficulty.
From the carabiner to the base of the trapeze it is about 50 inches. The longest handle is approximately 53 inches. However you should allow for more space when hanging the trapeze, as the ropes add at least 6 inches or so.
Yes, many people use this as a simple way to hang the trapeze. We also sell a great removable bar that is great for people looking for an easy way to hang the trapeze. Check out this page for more information.
We generally recommend that you stand with your arms outstretched. If you then bend your arms at the elbows and point your hands at a 90 degree angle towards the ceiling, this is the distance between bolts.
Yes of course, and many people prefer to hang it outside. Because it can be easily set-up and taken down, many people love to take it for afternoons in the park or time in the backyard.

Trapeze Exercises

Be sure to check out all our trapeze videos here. And our tutorials here

You can do both. To get traction on your spine just hanging is great. If you want to start doing some passive backbends which are really powerful, you can start to do other exercises. In terms of engaging your core, you can do a lot of different core exercises as well, like inverted crunches and inverted dips but we suggest you separate the two activities.
Supported side splits is a really intense pose you can do in the trapeze. It usually takes a minute or two just to get down in it, and you use the trapeze to lower yourself down, reaching your arms above your head and lowering yourself down slowly.
You’ve got to be really, really careful with your neck. In terms of using the yoga trapeze, we would certainly suggest having someone assist you. Be sure to take it very slow; no fast movements, no dynamic movements. Use the gravity traction, just the passive hangs in the trapeze. Just make sure you have someone nearby who can support you if you feel like you need some support.
Inverting on yoga trapeze is very easy, just take it slow and gently lower yourself back while holding the long handles. Wrap your legs around the trapeze and hook your feet. If you hook your feet correctly you should be completely secure. If you are worried, have a friend there to spot you the first time until you build confidence. Check out our tutorial videos for a better idea of how to do this.
In theory, yes, you can do a back flip. It’s not really what it’s designed for. We wouldn’t recommend it for that, but we would recommend passive back bends.

Orders and Shipping

The special offer we have currently is FREE SHIPPING! (USA only) when you purchase the trapeze. The trial does not include shipping, and this varies depending on location.
Unfortunately, we have no control over local taxes (wish we did!) but usually this item has little or no taxes in most countries.
The dimensions for the trapeze in the shipping box are:
10 x 7 x 4 ¾
4.1 lbs.
If you like the trapeze and decide to keep it, after those 30 days we will charge you $99 (which is $68 off normal price).
The trial is limited to one per household, but of course, you can order as many trapezes as you like.
The product is shipped from California, USA.



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try before you buy for 30 days


$1 + S&H, $98 in 30 Days


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