How to sit properly?

Healthy seating = dynamic seating.

What is it? Simply put, our chairs are equipped with a mechanism where you can adjust the backrest pressure yourself, ensuring that the chair responds to the movement of your body. As a result, it adapts to every working position, protects the vertebrae and activates the spine and muscles of the body when sitting. It is the complete opposite of the rigid position we often stay in for hours in ordinary chairs.

Setting options

  • Backrest height adjustment
  • Seat depth adjustment (up to 6 cm)
  • Seat tilt adjustment (-5°)
  • Armrest adjustment
  • Lumbar support adjustment
  • Headrest height and tilt adjustment
Backrest height adjustmentSeat depth adjustment (up to 6 cm)Seat tilt adjustment (-5°)Armrest adjustmentLumbar support adjustmentHeadrest height and tilt adjustment
Incorrect sitting

Incorrect sitting

  • a rigid position that strains the musculoskeletal system
  • neck and shoulder pain
  • headaches
  • back, spine and hip pain
  • joint pain
  • poor blood circulation to the limbs
  • compression of the internal organs in the pelvic region
  • restricted breathing
  • enormous pressure on the spinal discs and increase stiffness of the spine
Correct sitting

Correct sitting

  • dynamic seating that allows proper posture
  • support for lumbar spine and neck
  • saves inter-vertebral muscles and discs
  • activates muscles
  • prevents back pain and degenerative changes in the spine
  • relieves headaches and neck pain
  • helps blood circulation to the limbs

Many people sit for up to 15 hours a day

Proper setting of our working environment