Yoga Chair Gives Users A Workout Then Transforms Into Relaxing Hammock [Pics]

Yoga Chair Gives Users A Workout Then Transforms Into Relaxing Hammock [Pics]
Design & Architecture

The Zen Circus is inspired by antigravity exercise, allowing for stretching exercises and muscle toning as well as rest.

Emma Hutchings
  • 12 july 2012

Zen Circus is a yoga chair/hammock designed by Alexia Moisan, Caroline Kermarrec, and Kevin Geffroy. Inspired by antigravity yoga, the hanging piece of fitness furniture allows the user to tone their muscles, perform stretching exercises, and acrobatic movements at home. After a workout, the fabric can be expanded to create a comfortable hammock for relaxing or meditating.

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Zen Circus

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