Archive for the 'Ergonomic Chair' Category

Anouncement: The Passing of the Inventor & Designer Gregory Usher & The Sale of the Kneelsit Business

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

It is with sadness that we advise the inventor & designer of the Kneelsit died on 29 October 2013.
This has led to the decision by his family to sell the Kneelsit business.
The sale of the business will include
- the rights to manufacture & sell the Kneelsit
- the ownership & control of this website
For more […]

Kneelsit Latest Model & Pricing

Monday, August 15th, 2011

It has been a year now since we last blogged but are announcing our new model & pricing.
After much research & negotiations, we are pleased to announce that the chair is now made in Vietnam to our exacting standards.
We have reviewed our pricing to reflect the costs of manufacture & freight. This has allowed […]

Early Results

Monday, December 28th, 2009

“- - the Kneelsit had to “feel right” for each person “

Maasai, Meditation and Korean porters

Monday, December 28th, 2009

Balance and movement were the key features which allowed us to carry such loads without back pain.

Comments from Andrew

Sunday, November 29th, 2009

Hi Chris,
I took a chance and bought my kneelsit chair in February, after trying as many high-end ‘normal’ chairs as I could find. I work in front of a computer, and was having problems with my upper back and shoulders, as well as feeling like my lower back was not being supported well enough in […]

Special for October - save $101 on the basic Kneelsit.

Tuesday, September 30th, 2008

As our contribution to ease the burden on all those hard working people out there whose back’s are going to be burdened for many years with even heavier loads by being forced to “pick up the tab” for the mess left by the WSBs and WFCs - the Wall Street Burglars and the Washington […]

How our Spine works.

Sunday, September 7th, 2008

The main job the spine has to do is to act as a foundation or frame for the other parts of our body to hang from. Since we now walk upright our spine also has to carry a fair amount of weight. To enable movement joints are needed.
Our spine acts as a casing […]

Development of the Spine

Thursday, July 31st, 2008

In the earliest stages of evolution within the oceans animals depended on organic nutrients and thus had to move around to find it. Muscles need a firm support to be attached to so a primitive spine developed. While animals remained in the water the spine consisted of hollow tube filled […]

Meditation & Invention

Sunday, January 27th, 2008

Some time after completing the meditation course a low stool was constructed which incorporated these principles of weight distribution, balance and movement. Having completed the first model a number of others were constructed and sold. However, it was the realisation that the concept could be applied to full size seating at desks, tables etc. which […]

Meditation & the birth of an invention. I

Monday, December 31st, 2007

In 1988 while carrying out research for a paper on meditation and health I
undertook a ten day course of meditation in a technique called Vipassana.
Research had already been made into Yoga, Zen and Transcendental Meditation; there
was, however, no scientific literature published on this particular technique - hence the
decision to engage in the course itself.
The main […]