Children's Chairs | Ergonomic Desk Chairs for Children
SpinaliS Chairs For Active Sitting Are The Best Growing Ergonomic Kids Chairs For Children Between 5 - 12 Years
Attention Parents! Every child can have a healthy posture and spine using a comfortable ergonomic chair for active sitting.
How to choose the best desk chair for your child?
Ideal kid's chair shall be not only appropriate for their height and weight but also offer active sitting in order to correct your child's posture while sitting.
Top 5 Benefits Of Active Sitting Chairs For Children
1) Subconsciously corrects childs' posture while sitting
2) Help beat obesity at a young age.
3) Engages core and helps strengthen core muscles.
4) Relieves lack of movement, which Improves their focus on learning.
5) Improved posture prevents scoliosis of the spine.
Are you wondering why kids love active sitting chairs?
Kids are active creatures and love movement. It's really challenging to sit at school and then sit quietly at home doing homework, reading or studying.
We asked Paediatrician: What chairs do doctors recommend for children?
Paediatrician Spec. in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Ivica FLIS SMAK, MD
What is the best sitting position for kids?
We can observe that younger children are not really "sitting" in the chair. Instead, they are fidgeting, kneeling, squatting, so the ergonomic shape of the chair doesn't make much sense. Another problem is, same as with adults, while long sitting childrens' back muscles remain passive and they are getting weaker. That's why I believe that the best solution is active sitting on an active chair with a movable seat. Active sitting is the answer for the natural child "restlessness," and at the same time, it naturally corrects the posture.
Why is proper posture so important for elementary-aged children?
The natural spine position is essential prevention of spinal deformities and chronic back issues like scoliosis. The main physical development of a child is up to the age of fourteen years, and incorrect sitting causes damage to the musculoskeletal system, which cannot be reversed when growth is completed.
What causes poor posture, kids?
Firstly children sit for prolonged periods at school, in a car, watching TV. Many hours every day sitting hunched over their desk, slumping their shoulders forward causes poor posture. Secondly, they carry heavy school backpacks and sports bags. Lastly, most of the children lack proper exercise of their back, abdominal and core muscles.
What can I do for my childs' healthy spine?
Have your children sitting actively on a SpinaliS chair. Thanks to the size adjustment, this chair will grow with your child throughout elementary school and prevent future back issues. It's an investment that you will never regret!