How to Sit Cross Legged Without Pain
Dr. Melissa West (MelissaWest.com) shares how to use SitBlox to reduce knee pain when sitting in a cross-legged position.
A no pain approach to meditating cross-legged, FOUR SitBlox provide supportive angles to rest your legs and give relief to the back, hips, and knees to help you drop in.
Avery W., Maryland USA
I’m having a great time with the blox. The angle on these really makes for an easy adjustment under feet, knees, buttocks and more. I have shared your info with my students, my yoga teaching cohort and the Accessible Yoga Community."
Scott S., Colorado USA
SitBlox help me sit still longer in a more supported and comfortable position. A simple yet effective solution to an age old problem. One of the many challenges with meditation is getting the body to cooperate and be still. Finding a comfortable position helps let the body relax and therefore the mind to hopefully follow.
Vanessa H., California USA
I like them! It takes a bit of adjustment but once you get them set up right they’re very comfortable. I really like the customizable knee support—useful in retreats when you’re sitting 5+ hours a day.
Meditation shouldn't be painful
When I sit cross-legged my knees stick up and my back hunches over. Some people, like me, can't sit like this for long.
So, I made SitBlox to keep my knees and hips supported and "grounded". (More info here about me and Ungloo.)