Inversion Table Instructions



This Inversion Table could very well be one of the most important “things” you’ll ever own. It has the potential to change every aspect of your life, beginning with all aspects of your Health.

If you use this Tool on a consistent, daily basis, I guarantee you that you will be well rewarded for your efforts. I’m convinced, after my years of research and experimentation with every type of “body tool”, that the practice of Inversion Therapy is one of the cornerstones, one of the pillars, one of the Keys to Rejuvenation, Health, and Well-Being…

There are immense benefits to this kind of work on your self. I won’t go into all of the specific positive and myriad ways that Inversion Therapy, getting your body inverted, upside-down, is good for; because a simple search on the internet about the benefits of Inversion Therapy will yield you more than you’ll ever need to know. Suffice to say here that by using Inversion Therapy on a daily basis, you will automatically be putting yourself into such a minute minority of people who are enjoying and benefiting from this incredibly simple, yet profoundly effective practice.

Step into contour padded ankle supports and lock your ankles in place. Next, lean back on the inversion bed, and slowly raise your arms over your head. As you do so, you will feel the inversion table begin to tilt back. Depending on your tether strap adjustment and the length you set your inversion bed for, the table will tilt only as far as you are comfortable. If your tether strap is set for 90º and your arms are all the way over your head, you will now be fully inverted. Simply move your arms back down to your hips to move the inversion table to it's upright position.

*You’ll want to begin Slowly, gradually increasing the amount of time you’re able to comfortably remain inverted. I’ve come across many people, most in fact, who when inverted immediately feel as though their head is going to explode; and in fact it is. This is because from always being vertical with the head up, and at best being horizontal when sleeping (with the head up on a pillow) the tube systems in their head has become extremely compromised and unable to handle the increased flow of fluid through those tube systems.

So again, go Slow at first as you begin your Inversion Practice, and ease yourself into it.
Best of Luck to you in your Quest for Health,
Blue Dunn