Our newest addition to the Meditation Benches is the Pi to Go folding meditation bench. As with the regular Pi Bench, the Pi to Go features legs that are in the middle of the bench instead of on the ends. This unique design was created by Randy Crawford of Om Creations in Hillsboro, Wisconsin. Randy's design came about when he realized that the traditional meditation bench was restrictive, oftentimes forcing the meditator to assume an uncomfortable posture that cramped the legs and caused discomfort in the ankles and knees.
As you can see in the illustration to the right, the Pi to Go is simple in design yet has a sophisticated architecture. The feet are rounded at the bottom, which allows you to set the bench at any angle. This helps to position the bench so that the seat is perfectley parallel to your bottom. It's so comfortable, in fact, that we've found no need to offer any type of cushion for the seat. Generally, when you look at most other meditation benches, the angle of the legs is fixed. This causes either the front or the rear of the seat to "dig" into your bottom. The only solution is to put a cushion on the seat to alleviate the pressure. But, with both the Pi Meditation Bench and the Pi to Go, the angle can be set perfectly.
In the following illustration, you can see how the bench folds flat and, in a few steps, assemble into a sturdy bench to support you during meditation.
At first look it seems complicated, but it actually assembles in just a few seconds. And, the result is a very comfortable bench.
There are so many great features about the Pi to Go bench. It has a great look because it is made with select hardwoods with beautiful grain. The finish is done with hand-rubbed Tung Oil. The hardware is sturdy and firmly fixed to the wood. This is a bench that looks good, supports well, and will last for many, many years.
You can review more details and see additional images and options by clicking this link to the Pi to Go Folding Meditation Bench.
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