Yoga Trapeze® Reviews
Recommendations & Feedback from Customers

“I was doing aerial yoga at a studio, but wasn’t enjoying the impact it had on my bank account. I had considered buying a Yoga Trapeze, and I’m so glad that I did! I love practicing my inversions, stretches and sometimes I will just sit in lotus on the hammock and just chill.”

– Hilary

“Now here is the kicker. I am an out-of-shape (for now) 270-pound 5’5″ woman and I could still do it. The fabric, rope, and carabiners are really sturdy. At first, I was worried about my weight being too much for it. But after a few uses, I realized that it had no problem holding my weight. Hanging upside down looks way harder than it is. I only hang for a half minute or so at a time for now. But doing that a few times a day I think is making a difference.”

– Sara H.

“This swing was the best thing I ever did for myself. I’m relieving so much tension in my shoulders and body and decompressing my back. I truly think that everyone needs one in their house.”

– Aly

“I’ve had back pain for years. This is the only thing that has given me relief, and oh how sweet it is… even if you’re not into flipping upside down and being an acrobat, you can still get a lot from just doing simple inversions that let your spine breathe. The first day I tried it, I’d say about 75% of my pain was gone after 10 minutes of stretching the upper body. If you have chronic pain, are wanting to get stronger, want to deepen your yoga practice, or all three, go for it!”

– Anna J Harris

“My back and neck have never felt so good! It almost feels like I’m taller.”

– Julie Young

“Absolutely love the YOGABODY Yoga Trapeze! I hang this from my Rogue Fitness Y-1 Yoke and it works perfectly. Great way to get traction on the spine and relieve back pain. Also great for working up to handstands and handstand push-ups. Overall a great addition to our garage gym/workout arsenal. Use it for strength, meditation and stretching. Use it for getting great Instagram photos. Get swole and flexy!”

– Haley Garofalo

Why I Love Spinal Traction

As a novice yoga student, I pushed too hard and suffered from lower back pain on-and-off for about two years. At one point, it was so intense, I couldn’t get out of bed. I was acting like an idiot and causing myself harm. Some people overdo exercise, like I did, and even more people do the opposite and live sedentary lives. Both ways of living are bad.

Since you’re reading this, I’ll assume you either have a stiff back, a sore back—or both. If that’s the case, spinal traction can help.

What is spinal traction? Traction is a term used by orthopedic and chiropractic doctors to describe any treatment that pulls or lengthens the spine. Strength and flexibility training are crucial, of course, but nothing is as immediate as traction created from hanging upside down.

The Yoga Trapeze looks like crazy torture device at first, but after you spend a few minutes hanging upside down, you’ll feel the extra space between your vertebrae. It’s a small change, just 1-2 mm, but it can make all the difference.

Full-body fitness. Most students are initially drawn to the Yoga Trapeze for traction, but very quickly they learn that the rig can be used for posterior chain strength, passive flexibility, dynamic core strength and balance.

Get free videos and tutorials. If you’re new to practice, get started right away with 16 online streaming practice videos. Free setup guide and Yoga Trapeze tutorials are available here:

  • Made from industrial-strength nylon, quad-stitched seams, weight-tested

  • Independently-tested for safety and quality, supports up to 350 pounds

  • Preferred model for professional use backed by a 10-year warranty

  Yoga Trapeze Competitors & Copycats
FREE! DVD Video Tutorials
Pose Chart
Easy-Clip Carabiner
10-Year Warranty
Optional Mounting Options
Optional Trapeze Stand
Weight Tested for Safety
Studio-Grade Quality
Machine Washable
Teacher Training Offered
Exclusive Colors Chosen by Fans
Amazing $1 Trial
Sold in 81 Countries
Educational Video & Books Available

Links & Resources: