Engage your core muscles, keep your spine supple, improve your circulation, and ease your breathing.
Experts agree that we need to strengthen, not “support” our bodies. We should sit up naturally, using our own muscles instead of leaning passively against a seat back. On ErgoErgo, your body feels a new ease and freedom. The core muscles are engaged, the spine achieves its natural curve, the pelvis gently moves, and the legs stretch.
ErgoErgo is made of UV-stable recyclable technopolymer and can be used indoors and outdoors. Once you sit on ErgoErgo, ordinary chairs seem – well, just ordinary. It’s ergonomic, ergo, it’s made for you.
Kids ErgoErgo is a safe and healthy way to sit. Children are happier and learn better when they can sit actively.
Teachers report that students sitting on the accordion chair often improve significantly in posture, concentration, participation, and behavior. Moving and stretching addresses key aspects of UDL (Universal Design for Learning), including enhancing self-regulation through stress reduction, decreasing hyperactivity, and increasing focus.
Children love the ErgoErgo friendly shape and its rainbow of bright colors. Sitting on the ErgoErgo is just plain fun! Made of recyclable technopolymer.
The ErgoErgo is perfect for working and relaxing. Use it in offices, schools, libraries, dorms, hotels, healthcare facilities…the possibilities are endless. The ErgoErgo is great public seating. And it’s compact enough for the smallest space.
TheErgoErgo compresses slightly when you sit on it to the height of a standard chair, which makes it perfect for a standard desk height. Because you can adjust it by tilting the seat or scooting backward or forwards, the standard size is suitable for individuals from 5′ – 6’4″ tall.
The Adult ErgoErgo offers all the benefits of the smaller sizes, your body is free to move, your core is engaged. With its larger seat, the adult ErgoErgo provides more comfort for taller, larger people, and more stability for every body type.
Suitable for height: 5’7” – 6’4” tall. Weight load up to 250 pounds.
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