Togu Dynair Senso Ball Cushion Green (33cm)

Togu Dynair Senso Ball Cushion Green (33cm)


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Togu Dynair Senso Ball Cushion Green (33cm)

Proper posture is vital for ensuring back health is maintained, and is also key for physiotherapy to better ensure that recovery is as smooth as possible. The Togu Dynair Senso Ball Cushion Green (33cm) helps to do just that, helping to maintain the body's natural vibrations and better train back muscles to support the spine.

Train Back Muscles and More

Using the Senso Ball Cushion as a part of physiotherapy helps to train a range of muscles to better support the back and more. It helps to train back muscles to better support the spine, and also helps to train the pelvis and better aid balance – vital for effective physiotherapy.

Maintain the Body's Natural Rhythm

The Dynair Senso Ball Cushion can also be used to aid dynamic and eased sitting. Unlike standard cushions, it doesn't abruptly halt the body’s oscillations, but rather allows them to continue in their natural rhythm. This helps to better optimise posture and stabilise the muscles of the spinal column for more natural seating.

Senso Side for Improved Stimulation

To help train back muscles even more, the Dynair Senso Ball cushion also features gentle Senso knobs on one side. This provides additional stimulation to the back muscles, enabling them to train even further while you're sitting and helping muscles develop even more.

Available in More Sizes and Colours

To help you get the Senso Ball Cushion that's right for you, its also available in a range of other colours and sizes. The available colours and sizes are:

  • Green (33cm)
  • Blue (33cm)
  • Red (33cm)
  • Green (36cm)
  • Blue (36cm)
  • Red (36cm)

Key Features

  • Suitable for physiotherapy for training back muscles, pelvis and balance
  • Doesn't interrupt the body's natural vibrations for better posture while seated
  • Trains back muscles to better support spine – prevent back pain
  • Gentle Senso side for improved stimulation and training