Mysore Strap Door Hangers
Specifically, the Mysore Strap Door Hangers required for the The Mysore Mini Yoga Inversion strap
Indeed, The Mysore Yoga Strap Door hangers are made to support more than 150 pounds each. They are sold in pairs and it is essential that you use them that way.
To be sure, The Mysore Mini Yoga Inversion strap and door fittings make the benefit of a full tractioning of the spine accessible to anyone with a sturdy door.
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Materials: Rubber, Nylon, Steel
Country of origin: India
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Please refer to the images under the product for setting up.
SETTING UP TO HANG Part 1
Before doing anything, check with an engineer to make sure your location is suitable for doing this. While I have found that most doors can support this use, each situation is different and must be evaluated individually. Proceed with caution. Once your situation has been properly evaluated, take one door hanger and slide it so it will be above your hip when you are standing at the center of the doorway. Close the door enough to keep it in place while allowing room to put the next hanger where it goes.
SETTING UP TO HANG Part 2
Once you slide the second hanger into place, above your other hip when standing in the center of the doorway, you can close the door.
SETTING UP TO HANG Part 3
Now that you have both hangers snugly in place and the door is closed, you can attach the Mysore Strap using the convenient and quick
These hanging straps make it easy. Doing a full hang using this rigging will not be possible without one’s head reaching the floor if the user is 5′ 8″ or taller. That is why we made a shorter strap for door rigging. However, the longer strap is good for most everything else you might want to do on a doorlinks. Now with the strap in place pull on the straps and give them full weight with your feet still on the ground. Give it some weight and bounce around on it making sure it will support you. Once you are convinced it is ready for use have fun.
Be sure to inspect the strap and door hangers after and before every use. You don’t want to discover a mouse has nibbled through something after you are hiked out over the floor.
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