SpinaliS is the only chair in the world that allows you the comfort of a modern office chair, while at the same time mimicking the active sitting of a therapeutic ball, which is what therapists recommend as the best tool for healthy sitting.
Active sitting is sitting that activates the back and abdominal muscles.
As a rule, such sitting requires a moveable seat, which prompts the user to maintain balance, as you would when sitting on an exercise ball, activating a variety of muscles constantly.
This counteracts the clinically-proven negative effects of sitting for too long on fixed seats, and also proactively improves musculature and even stimulates weight loss.
This patented invention has been clinically proven to not only counteract the negative side effects of sitting, but to actively promote health while sitting.
Sitting on a ball requires active sitting, constantly using our muscles to adjust to the ball’s subtle movements, thus promoting muscle maintenance and development, and counteracting the negative effects of sitting too much.
SpinaliS chairs do just this: they replicate sitting on a therapy ball, but add back support and a variety of elegant, practical shapes and designs, to suit any work or home environment.
Irena Logonder, speech therapist
SpinaliS allows for an active body in the correct position
SpinaliS due to its moveability optimally meet the child's need for movement also during medical treatment. It allows for an active body in the correct position, which is a necessary starting point for better speech motorics and thus more successful speech therapy treatment.
Prof. Dr. sci. JANKO POPOVIC, Dr. Medicine - Orthopaedist
SpinaliS is important for preventive measures
The idea of constructing a chair with a moving base or moving seat seems to me to be one of the very important things in preventing the degeneration of the discs. Because of the constant movement of the seat back muscles have to work constantly, so there is no unilateral burdening of the spine and l discs, but the burden is distributed to the entire spinal area, sometimes more on one side, sometimes more on the other.