Yoga Monkey Massage Swing

Here you can find London specific Info and Events for the Yoga Monkey Massage Swing, you can Order YogaMonkey Classes or arrange the meeting to Try and Buy Yoga Monkey Massage Swing directly from me.

“I decided to get involved in promoting and selling YogaMonkey Massage Swing after I tried it and it revolutionized my Yoga practice. The inverted postures like headstand and handstand which I had problem to hold for long because of my back and neck pain, now are so easy and I can fully relax and enjoy their benefits. As a Yoga Teacher I meet a lot of students who have similar issues with their back and I find YogaMonkey Massage Swing to be the perfect tool to gently help with alignment and decompression of the spine without causing any injuries, not to speak about other great exercises which you can do”.

About YogaMonkey Massage Swing

YogaMonkey Massage Swing is a 100% natural cotton string, attractive and strong enough to withhold 5 tonnes of force before breaking plus wooden attachment system to be easy, safe and foolproof. It is invented and designed by Paul Lauener who is Sports Massage Therapist, Spinal Acupuncturist and Acroyoga Teacher. All of these physical inputs influenced the year long design and development of the YogaMonkey Massage Swing.

Hang upside down in any door with no screws and no assembly. Let gravity and the 100% cotton strap massage your buttocks and decompress your spine, creating space and relieving pain in the lower back instantly. If you’re a YogaMonkey, you can do nearly all yoga poses in a passive way: with your body hanging, your muscles do not have to work to support the body and so can stretch without muscle tension.





  • Spinal decompression
  • Better posture
  • Straightened scoliosis
  • Re-hydrated discs (getting taller)
  • Improved joint health
  • Reduced nerve impingement
  • Gravity self massage
  • The neuromuscular effect
  • Relaxation and cleansing of muscles
  • Meditation

More details about benefits of inversions u can find in Paul’s article for OM Magazine: