Pilates Community Discovers New Back Pain Treatment

Pilates instructors are embracing the innovative new back stretching machine, The Body Archer, featured in this month’s Pilates Style Magazine.

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The Body Archer Back Stretching Chair featured in this month's Pilates Style Magazine for Pilates instructors

The Body Archer featured in this month's Pilates Style Magazine

It [The Body Archer] combines the benefits of a stability ball with the amazing stretches you can get on the Pilates Barrel... but it’s twice as small as the Pilates Barrel and one third as expensive!

Burbank, CA (PRWEB) March 20, 2014

Hardly a week goes by that Americans don’t see some crazy, new workout gimmick being promoted. But, Pilates continues to be one of the most well respected and fastest growing workout programs, even after 90 years in existence. Lately, a growing population of progressive Pilates devotees are taking their practice up a notch, saving time, and creating more efficiency in their workouts by using a new piece of Pilates equipment, The Body Archer Back Stretching Chair. Embraced by Pilates professionals across America, The Body Archer is featured in this month’s Pilates Style Magazine, the only magazine dedicated to all things Pilates.

“The chair offers a happy medium between providing stability and finding a balance challenge,” says Pilates pro and Body Archer President, Kim MacKenzie, “It combines the benefits of a stability ball with the amazing stretches you can get on the Pilates Barrel... but it’s twice as small as the Pilates Barrel and one third as expensive!”

Sold exclusively online at BodyArcher.com and on Amazon.com for $339, The Body Archer Back Stretching Chair is the perfect addition to small Pilates studios looking to give their clients a better and safer stretch. Pilates Style Magazine highlights the difference between the Barrel and the Body Archer, pointing out that The Body Archer “features a 117 degree curve (instead of 120 like the Barrel) to stretch the spine, strengthen the core, and relieve pain and tension.”

Also, recommended by some of the top orthopedic surgeons in America, The Body Archer is also great for specialized training and rehabilitation. “For geriatric, or post-spine or hip-surgery clients, I use The Body Archer as a balance-challenging chair,” says Kim, “It’s also safe for prenatal clients too, and can immensely benefit pregnant women suffering severe pelvic pain.”

The Body Archer Back Stretching Chair was invented by a California certified massage therapist and has been developed for the retail market by Body Archer LLC founders Robert Wald & Kim MacKenzie to help millions of Americans relieve and prevent back pain. The doctor recommended Body Archer is handcrafted in the company’s home base of Los Angeles, California using high quality materials to create their thick comfortable foam arch, reinforced, sturdy wood undercarriage, anti-slip rubber rocking surfaces and antibacterial fabric. The company’s mission is to help people lose their back pain and educate consumers on the benefits of maintaining a strong core, a flexible body and spine, and a healthy, balanced life. http://www.bodyarcher.com