The latest issue of Outside magazine features 3 dream home gyms - one is called the Zen Studio and features yoga wall ropes, along with a rowing machine and pilates reformer.
Some of the yogalilans have experimented with making their own wall rope systems for cheap and others have negotiated their way to good deals on high end rope systems. Still others have used them at their yoga studios. Here's all we know about yoga ropes so far:
A good, serviceable DIY yogawall can be made with plywood and some hatch handles and rope from your local hardware store. The hatch handles are nicer than the eye hooks that are often used because they lay flat when not in use, making the wall still useable for inversions, etc.
And here's a close up of the hatch handles in use:
(Click on any picture to enlarge.) Other helpful resources include directions for tying the rope knots and measurements for the placement of the hatch handles.
Lisa went the luxury route and got herself a deal on a Yogapro wall rope set.
The Yogawall is another great highend wall rope system that some of us have used in studios.
Not sure what to do with yoga ropes? Well, play, hang like a bat, use the rope as the yoga partner you always wished you had. Chris Saudek's book Yoga Kurunta is a good resource as is a google image search for yogawall and yoga ropes. You'll be hanging around in no time.