Want to sit comfortably – first reinvent the chair!
Welcome to the FreedMan Chair. Welcome to the contoured seat pad. Welcome to the ‘Golden Angle’.
Welcome to a Revolution!
Sit long enough and nearly every chair becomes uncomfortable, no matter how much lumbar support and adjustment they provide. Put simply, too much focus has been placed on the look of the chair rather than on how to use the body’s own inherent anatomical structure to help people to sit correctly.
Simon Freedman – Osteopath and inventor - has been a man with a mission for the past 15 years. He’s been driven by a quest to create a chair that allows people to sit correctly and comfortably, whilst having a positive impact on their wellbeing.
Rather than attempt to refine the chair, Simon has needs of the human body and created a unique way for people to sit. By taking a true, clean sheet of paper approach, Simon has effectively reinvented the chair.
The essence of his theory was very simple. Simon found away to replicate the spine’s natural standing curves whilst one is sitting. When a person stands upright their lower back (lumbar spine) naturally adopts a forward-facing curve (lumbar lordosis).