Sitting on a saddle chair can...
...ease shoulder pain
On Salli you sit like on a horse. The chair directs your body automatically in the natural position, provided that the height of the chair is correctly adjusted. Using a Salli Saddle Chair together with a Salli table helps the neck and shoulder area to relax.
According to several studies, long-time sitting in a stable position is fattening. It is easy to move around on a Salli chair and exercise stomach and back muscles on the active seat.
...diminish the risk of joint problems
Sitting on a saddle chair creates a 135-degree angle between the thighs and the upper body. This is the healthiest way to sit because it improves circulation in the hip and knee joints.
...diminish the risk of erectile dysfunctions
Several studies have been made about impotence among male cyclists. The users of one-part saddle chairs are beginning to experience the same problem. On the two-part Salli it is possible to tilt the hip forward to create the healthy lower back curve, and not feel uncomfortable pressure in the genital area.
...speed up metabolism
When we sit in a slouched position, the intestines get pressed between the hip and the upper body, which slows down bowel movements. It is impossible to slouch on a Salli!
...help rehabilitate the pelvic floor muscles
Lots of middle-aged women have problems with their pelvic floor muscles. Sitting on a Salli Swing or Salli SwingFit activates those muscles effectively.
One reason for cellulite is poor blood circulation. On Salli the wide angles in knees and between the thighs and upper body enable good circulation of both blood and lymph in the lower limbs.