B K S IYENGAR YOGA ASSN OF NO CAL – YOGATHON 2019
Auction Ends: Jun 21, 2019 12:00 PM PDT

Health & Fitness

Bhoga Infinity Bench 14"

Item Number
106
Estimated Value
$228 USD
Sold
$126 USD to jg835aaed
Number of Bids
6  -  Bid History

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Item Description

Bhoga Infinity Bench + full color photography Bhoga Bench Guidebook. The wood (sustainable rubber tree) is a natural finish. Dimensions are: L- 19.5″ x W- 24″ x H- 14″. Bhoga Bench retails $218 and Guidebook retails $20

Some of it’s unique features include:
• Flared legs create a solid foundation for ultra stability and support. The flared legs are easy to grip while giving great support for stability in any direction.
• End arches are shaped to create comfortable and healthful grips for the natural position of the hands and feet.
• The end arches are ideally suited for the curvature of the hands and feet. They also contour comfortably for mild to moderate back stretches when supported properly. Truly, stretching of any body area can easily be supported in a healthful way to achieve your goals.

• The Bhoga Infinity Bench is like having your own personal Sherpa guide. Each end arch has 3 notches and 4 grips, providing visual and tactile guides for easeful stretching, strengthening and balanced alignment.
• Belts, resistance bands or other accessories can be looped thru the notches for a multitude of uses.
• Alignment like no other. There is a center notch and a center space in between the two center grips. There are paired notches and paired grips equidistant from center.
• Bhoga Tools all have easily identifiable center points and paired guideposts that are equidistant from the center line. Effortless placement for balanced action.
• The Bhoga Infinity Bench can be used as a forward bender, back bender, yoga chair, halasana bench, uttanasana stool, block and setu bandha bench (linking 2 together) all in one sturdy and finely constructed piece of ‘furniture’.
• Made of beautiful, eco-friendly rubber tree wood. This is a type of very hard wood and is also one of the most sustainable trees in the world.

Donated By:

Janet MacLeod