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VELA Samba 410 Back trainer

Properties

  • Height adjustment Gas
  • Staff chair
  • Patient chair

The VELA Samba 410 is a completely new type of stool. The singular seat design promotes movement in the lumbar region and back.

Samba 410 Technical section seat 1

Designer Sofie Hemmert has created a seat inspired by the Pilates ball, which is familiar as a training tool for people presenting back complaints. The stool has similar characteristics to the Pilates ball, but none of its disadvantages. It is economical on space, and you do not fall off it. A further feature is that the cushion can be removed to take home, or to a meeting.

Prevention of back and lumbar pains

Constant movement of the seat trains the back, lumbar region and abdomen, increasing blood circulation at the same time. 

Samba 410 Technical section seat 2

The pad is cut in a unique way, which means that it responds to the person sitting on the stool.

The movement of the pad is designed to treat problems of the back and lumbar region. The stool is equally suited to kitchen or office, or simply as a smart additional workplace seat.

 

Chiropractor-recommended: "A wonderful invention!"

"As a therapist I have seen many different products. The construction of the VELA Samba 410, however, is special in that it combines a controlled rotating motion with a lifting of the sacrum, giving the body a forward boost. The patient's back is made to move, which is very beneficial. We recommend VELA Samba 410 as an additional treatment for patients with back and lower back problems," says chiropractor Niels Peter Carstens of the Chiropractic Clinic in Vejgård, Denmark.

Controlled back movement

Using the VELA Samba 410, you move your upper body from side to side. This stretches muscles, increasing flexibility. 

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