Protocol For Use

PurePosture can be used on the floor, a weight bench or even an ottoman. We don't recommend using it on a bed because beds are usually too soft to be as effective and we find it difficult to move on. Always make sure, wherever you use PurePosture, it is stable enough to support your weight with no chance of falling off. 

Use a timer. Your cell phone works great.  Set for 1 to 2 minutes per level.  

Begin at the top of your spine, slowly lay down using your elbows for support. The risers should be just below where your neck meets your upper back. You will feel pressure points but within seconds PurePosture will begin to release the tension and stress between the vertebra. It may be uncomfortable at first.


After 1-2 minutes, slide your body up (headward) about 2". Continue moving up the board for a total of 5 different positions. When the risers are in the small of your back, this is the last position and that's it, you're done. 


- Breathing deeply will help to relax the muscles surrounding your spine.

- The places that are most uncomfortable indicate your problem areas.

- Relax your feet! Allow your legs and feet to fall into a wide "V". 

- Put your arms out to the side, palms up.  This will relax the pectoralis (pecs) muscles and unroll your shoulders. Slip your fingers under your bottom, palms up, and relax your shoulders.

- It's OK to nod off while on the board, but sleeping on it is a no-no. You will wake up sore if you stay on one area more than 10 minutes or so. 

- If you find that your spine feels too stretched or too uncomfortable, place a pillow under your head. If it’s still uncomfortable, possibly the risers are too tall for you. We will happily replace them with a more appropriate size.

- If you find your spine isn't getting a good enough stretch, the risers are probably not as high as you need. Time to order the next size up. 

- You can use PurePosture more than once a day.  

- The length of time per area will be dictated by what your body needs. A maximum of about 5 minutes per area is sufficient. 

PurePosture for the Neck 

PurePosture can also be used as a device to traction or to extend your neck. This is helpful if the muscles. especially at the base of your head, feel tight. Some people find using PurePosture in this way helps to relieve "tension" type headaches.

It is pretty simple to use, Lay on the board and place your head just at the end of the risers, as shown. If you wiggle your body slightly down (toward your feet), this automatically tucks in your chin. Do not use for any longer than 2 minutes as the delicate muscles at the base of your head can get sore. It is important to relax your shoulders and keep them down and resting comfortably.

It is recommended to use PurePosture for cervical traction no more than once per day and for a maximum of 2 minutes.

If you find this position makes you feel dizzy or lightheaded, a rare occurrence, discontinue use in this manner.

How to Change the Risers 

Popping off the risers is simple to do. Usually, you can gently wiggle them our using only your hands. However, because this is a natural product and humidity does sometimes swell wood, you may need to use a bit more force.

Flip the board over and push on the riser pegs.  This should do the trick.

If they are really stuck use a golf tee or the like and, with a hammer, gently tap the riser pegs until they become lose.  You can then pull them off with your hand.