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!
||Tested to support 350lbs., the bench is constructed
of durable pre-finished birch plywood.
||Two angled cross-bars provide increased stability to
||A unique, vine shaped ratchet system, recently
redesigned offers eight height adjustments.
||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.
||$275 plus taxes and shipping where applicable.
||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.
||$20 flat rate within the continental US. Call or email
me for shipping quotes to outside of the continental US.
||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
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).