The BENCHWORKS Bench for Body Workers

Since I have moved to Costa Rica with my family for 1 year, I will be unable to produce any more BENCHWORKS benches. I am completely OUT OF STOCK. When I return to Boston in the Summer of 2015 I will produce more.
Sorry for the inconvenience and good practicing.

Like many SI practitioners, I spent the first few years of my practice using an inadequate chair or table for my seated work. I finally recognized how this limited my work and searched for a strong, stable, affordable, and adjustable bench. To my surprise I found none. So, I made one. My clients reported a noticeable improvement in my seated work and the results proved it. I realized that the whole SI community would benefit from this bench. And so, in 2005 I was proud to present the first bodyworker's bench manufactured by BenchWorks. BENCHWORKS v.1


See the BenchWorks v.1 launch at the first IASI Conference in 2005. See the pictures!


Strong Tested to support 350lbs., the bench is constructed of durable pre-finished birch plywood.
Stable Two angled cross-bars provide increased stability to client.
Adjustable A unique, vine shaped ratchet system, recently redesigned offers eight height adjustments.
Aesthetic The bench has simple forms with clean lines. The beautiful finish reveals the grain of the wood and the unfinished edges create attractive highlights. Available in Natural only.
Affordable $275 plus taxes and shipping where applicable.
Taxes Taxes are only applicable to sales within the state of MASS (where I live). Out-of-state orders are considered mail order and thus pay no taxes.
Shipping $20 flat rate within the continental US. Call or email me for shipping quotes to outside of the continental US.
Special Offer! I occasionally have benches that are lightly scratched or dented. They are structurally sound and function perfectly. If available, I offer them for a discounted rate of $225 plus shipping.

BenchWorks benches are now
in the following classrooms:

  • The Rolf Institute
  • The School of Kinesis
  • The Guild of Structural Integration, HI
  • The School of Integrative Therapies
  • The Institute of Structural Medicine
  • Hellerwork, CA
  • Core Institute

Documents for downloading

You will need Microsoft Word on your computer to read these.

Safety and Assembly Instructions
Adjusting Instructions.

A video of Eli describing how to best adjust the seat hieght of a BenchWorks bench. You will need Windows Media Player or equivalent to view it.

Adjusting Instructions Video (4.6 MB).








The Bodyworkers Bench