Great Yoga Wall System

Great Yoga Wall

A state-of-the-art system that focuses on using traction to support the pose (Yin), teaching the body how correct alignment should feel, serving as a complement to more active practice (Yang). The Wall allows for greater access to yoga postures and longer holds, increasing their therapeutic effect – a true gateway to transformation and healing.

The Yoga Wall System is based on BKS Iyengar’s original rope wall. Iyengar is considered the father of alignment-based, therapeutic, and restorative yoga. This type of yoga focuses on alignment and postural balance as a gateway to both inner and outer transformation and healing. BKS Iyengar invented most of the props typically found across various yoga settings today: mats, blankets, bolsters, straps, and more. His style of yoga integrates props to adapt traditional yoga postures for a Western body: helping us to truly start from where we are, taking our practice further and experiencing a greater depth to the practice.

The Great Yoga Wall is a system that replaces the traditional Iyengar ropes. The beautifully designed adjustable straps support different parts of the body, taking strain and pressure off unstable and/or overused joints. The Wall is ideal for students new to yoga as well as experienced students and teachers looking to enhance and refine their practice.

Benefits of the Great Yoga Wall:

  • Reduced weight on joints
  • Greater body awareness
  • Longer holds of each pose improve therapeutic benefits
  • Builds a deeper and more effective yoga practice
  • Mobilization of restricted areas such as tight shoulders, hips, or hamstrings
  • Supported inversions for restoration and rejuvenation of the body and mind

Spine Rejuvenation Sequence:

A Spinal Rejuvenation Sequence performed on the Great Yoga Wall regularly can take years off the spine by distracting the joints and rehydrating the discs.

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