Reduce Gravitational Pressure on your Abdominal Organs using a Slant Board

Natures Lift – Safe and gentle way to relieve gravitational stress on the body 

We pay a heavy price for gravitational pressure on our abdominal organs (bladder, kidneys, intestines and prostate). Organs are displaced. Reduced blood supply, affects movement, repair and function.

Benefits of redirecting gravity’s force:

  1. blood is directed to the head by its own weight instead of having to be pumped upward by the heart
  2. scalp and facial skin receive a revitalizing blood bath
  3. sinus cavities are allowed to drain properly
  4. natural balance is restored to the body
  5. organs are “lifted” back into proper position
  6. feet and legs are freed from the burden of supporting body weight
  7. nervous fatigue dissolves into a pleasant feeling of relaxation
  8. postural alignment is improves
  9. the chest area expands to allow room for the heart and lungs to work freely
  10. spinal column is supported, back muscles relaxed, and the lumbar curve is flattened
  11. blood flows more freely to the muscles of the chin, throat and cheeks, helping to maintain their firmness

    Lying upside down in the park on  slope
    Lying upside down in the park on slope

How Long:

  • 10 – 15 minutes twice a day is optimal(two hours between sessions)

Positive side effects:

  • stress reduction
  • maintenance of good health

Contraindications:

  1. high blood pressure
  2. bone disease
  3. detached retina
  4. spinal fusion surgery
  5. certain esophagus  issues

TIP: If you do not have a slant board or an inversion table go for a walk in the park or on the beach and find the steepest slope that feels comfortable. Breath and totally relax lying with your head at the bottom of the slope.

 

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