Find the Right Chair for your Wellbeing

Working from home is becoming the norm for many people as we continue to battle Covid-19 and experience travel restrictions and local lockdowns.

While many people have managed to work at kitchen tables, in bedrooms and living rooms, it might be a good time to reconsider your workspace. How does your back feel when you have been hunched over the laptop for a few hours? Do your shoulders feel sore? Perhaps your joints are becoming stiff because you sit in a chair that is not designed to support you for long periods of time.

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Kneeling Chairs

Designed to promote good posture and a correct sitting position, kneeling chairs are the way forward when it comes to seating solutions for your home office. Your health and wellbeing is important, so why not look after yourself by investing in these innovative and ergonomically designed chairs? Featuring thick padded and upholstered seats and knee rests, office chairs from Furniture@Work offer optimum comfort. Each design is height adjustable, and the seats and knee pads can be altered manually using the hand wheel provided.

Make it your New Year’s resolution to take care of your personal health and wellbeing while maintaining healthy working practices.

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