Using neseda

The acceptance of the culture of daylong sitting automatically equals to the acceptance of physical degeneration. This results from an adaptation to long hours of sitting every day, every month, year after year. Sitting is very common in today’s world, but not everything that si common must also be natural and healthy. In this case, the reverse is true. Therefore, there is no such thing as healthy sitting. There is only appropriately short sitting with breaks, using different sitting positions, which do not lead to degeneration.

Sitting options with neseda

Classical sitting

Classical sitting is a must. If you need to maintain deep focus, the classical position is probably the best. While comfortable, the anatomical backrest in the lower back area will help you sit more soundly. As long as you don’t spend too much time in this position, the robust lower back support will prevent unnecessary shortening of lumbar and waist muscles, which is at the core of the day-long sitting problem. When responding to emails, performing less important tasks, or if you simply wish to switch your sitting positions for your own benefit, the construction and functional design of the NESEDA chair will allow you to do just that.

Cross-legged sitting

Cross-legged sitting will be one of your favorite positions. It should enable you to focus on demanding work tasks similarly to classical sitting. Being in a different and new geometrical position is a clear benefit for your muscles and ligaments.

Sitting kneel

The sitting kneel is a very natural and healthy position. It allows you to focus on tasks that are more important than just answering emails.

Reverse sitting with belly support

Reverse sitting with belly/chest support is a highly sooting position. With the rocking option unblocked, you might even discover its meditational quality. It is suitable for creative thinking and/or group brainstorming.

Support while standing

Propping yourself against the table while standing is suitable for those, who wish to work at standing-desks or simply discuss with a passing colleague.


Deep squat

The deep squat is the most important position for both sitting and working. Right now you migh only able endure it for a very limited period of time, whereas as small children you used it naturally and intuitively, even without prompting (just look at your own children). The sooner you have to leave this position, the more shortened your muscles and ligaments are, and the more frequently you should expose your body to it. Squatting has therapeutic and anti-degenerational effects. Your goal will be to reach a point, where being in this position allows you to relax in a comfortable and restful manner.

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