Stretch, Move, Strengthen
- Stretch. Stretch the spine with gravity and relieve pressure on the spine and hip joints.
- Move. Now that you’ve stretched your spine, your spine joints have more freedom to move. Use small motions to get things moving again!
Use the exercises in our free online videos to strengthen the spine, hips, legs and abdomen to give you length, strength and freedom of movement
PDF: Spine Wedge Exercises for Back Pain and Scoliosis
Benefits of the K2 and K2 spine Wedges
|The original spine wedge||Modified from the original|
|Height||23 cm | 9 inches||20 cm | 8 inches|
|Pelvic Plateau||15 cm | 6 inches||10 cm | 4 inches|
|Benefit 1||More inversion for increased elongation with gravity||Less inversion helps those who need less elongation. i.e. those with spine pain or discomfort|
|Benefit 2||A larger wedge can be helpful for those over 172 cm (5’8″)||A smaller wedge can be helpful for smaller frames and children (those under 172 cm (5’8″)|
|Benefit 3||Pelvic Plateau realigns pelvic rotation|
|Benefit 4||The firm foam prevents rotation and collapse of the spine, shoulders, and neck|
|Benefit 5||Stabilizes the spine while allowing movement of the limbs for spine strengthening|
|Benefit 6||The right angle of the pelvic plateau allows the thighs to drop down (disassociate from the pelvis), encouraging neutral alignment of the pelvis|
|Benefit 7||Sloping wedge guides and supports the spine into elongation without allowing for anterior pelvic tilt or spine extension|