Stretch. Breathe. Feel better!
At SPIRO, our mission is about making you and the people you love feel better! Our top selling product, The Spiro™️, makes stretching accessible for everyone. The Spiro™️ is an ergonomically designed, easy-to-use, portable stretching tool that is made in the USA. It makes stretching easy, effective, and enjoyable anywhere, anytime and any place. Order yours now. it love at first stretch!
NOTE: As always, be sure to consult your personal physician before beginning any diet or exercise program. If you stretch consistently, you maximize your results.
All I can say is wow! Spiro is absolutely fantastic. I see tremendous use for this for all levels of people who practice yoga from medical yoga to the more advanced person. ” – Mala C., Founder of www.CardiacYoga.com, Charlottesville, VA
“The Spiro Stretcher gives me the extension I need to touch my toes and relieves tension in my shoulders and neck. I never got into stretch bands, but I love this!” Ann M., yoga student
“It’s more versatile than a yoga strap and I can get deeper into the stretch than just my hands.” Mona, yoga student
“Stretching was boring to me, but the Spiro makes it more interesting and fun. I find new areas to stretch. And it’s an effective stretch. Nancy, yoga student
“Better than stretch bands.” Tera M., Physical therapist
“I love using it because it takes the place of a strap, knee pad, and block.” Mendy, yoga student
” It makes my back feel great!” Susan M., yogini and R.N.
“I am regaining my flexibility day by day. It feels so good!” Lynn R., yogini
“I use it in bed before I go to sleep and before I get out of bed in the morning. It really loosens my joints and makes me feel much better.” Diana, Golden-ager yoga student, quilter, and grandmother to 11
“I say ahhh every time I use it!” Susan, yoga teacher
“Very stress relieving, which I hadn’t anticipated. Have been keeping it in my desk drawer at work and using it in spare moments. Blew out my hamstring a couple of years ago which sidelined me for several months, then upon returning to activity, immediately blew out a quad, I’ve been torn (get the pun?) between needing to get more flexible for injury prevention and being wary of overstretching and reinjuring. I think this will really help. Thanks so much! K. Simmons, 50 year old male