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Pure Posture
Riser for Spinal Alignment Board




Additional risers to go with your posture corrector board. Use higher risers as your spine's flexibility improves, or have multiple heights at home to suit everyone in the family. They'll stretch the muscles surrounding your spine, using just gravity and your own body weight. Reap the added benefits of improved posture like core strength, better breathing, and reduced stress.

  • Additional risers for use in conjunction with Pure Posture Spinal Alignment Board (sold separately)
  • 1.5‚Äù Riser: For very sensitive backs, those with fibromyalgia and arthritis in their back
  • 2.0‚Äù Riser: Universal starter riser‚Äîmost popular
  • 2.5‚Äù Riser: For those with flexible spines typically with frequent yoga/pilates experience
  • 3‚Äù Riser: For those with very flexible spines who have already used the 2.5" risers
  • 3.5‚Äù Riser: For professional athletes, gymnasts, dancers, and yoga/pilates teachers
  • Handcrafted, ergonomic design

Dimensions:

Risers: 8" x 1.5" x 1.5" - 3.5"

Weight:

1.5 lbs

Materials:

Premium grade hardwood

Care:

Wipe with damp cloth

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This posture corrector might just be the backbone to a healthier you. Pure Posture is a custom spinal alignment board designed by chiropractors Chris Sova and Beverley Marr—and it’s Made in the USA. We’re often told to improve our posture, and not just because we look more confident and poised. Better posture helps improve breathing and strengthen your core. It even promotes stress reduction and lessens strain on your neck and shoulders. Using the board is as simple as lying down—your body weight and gravity do the rest. A pair of risers target either side of your spine. (You choose the riser height that suits your body type and fitness level). Start by applying pressure at the top of your spine then slowly make your way down the groove. It might feel a little uncomfortable, but it’s also rejuvenating. The risers will release tension around your spine, opening up your lungs and giving range to your movement. When we tried it out, the difference was apparent as soon as we stood up. Like a personal chiropractor, this posture board can help relieve the symptoms of slouching and realign your spine.