armchair. Tuesday , November 07th , 2017 - 09:03:03 AM
The base sits on top of the mechanism and is your foundation for balance and flexibility. Consider choosing a base that fits your movement requirements and weight needs, but aim to strengthen this area for producing good sitting balance. If you need help with this area, then our company offers a free Therapeutic Active Living Plan with each chair we sell, that will help you activate your pelvic region in your chair.
Obviously as we are all different shapes and sizes it will be impossible to please everyone, but if you can satisfy the majority of delegates, that is a job well done.
The base mechanism has optional features like the seat slide, which moves the seat forwards or backwards. This provides greater depth or reduction to the seat and is only useful if you share the seat with someone taller or smaller than yourself. Remember that the seat length should not be any shorter or longer than four fingers measurement to your calf muscle, or it will constrict the blood flow of the superficial vessels in your lower limbs.
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