Ergonomic Kneeling Chairs

Strengthen your core and help relieve back pain with an ergonomic kneeling chair

Designed to open the hips and engage the core, kneeling chairs help to relieve back and neck tension by encouraging a healthy neutral posture. Whether facilitating movement through gentle rocking, or simply offering a variety of ergonomic positions, kneelers are a perfect balance of comfort and versatility.

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  1. tic toc balans black Tic Toc Balans Kneeling Chair

    Tic Toc Balans Kneeling Chair

    A perfect marriage of balance and movement
    Starts at $399.00
  2. fully tic toc tyke red Tic Toc Tyke

    Tic Toc Tyke

    A chair to let the wiggles loose
    Starts at $149.00
  3. Redefining ergonomics

    If we want to feel our best all the time, we've got to change the way we think about our workspaces.

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  4. fully thatsit balans by varier

    Thatsit Balans by Varier

    The adjustable kneeling chair
    Starts at $799.00

Frequently asked questions

What is a kneeling chair?

  • Ergonomic kneeling chairs are specifically designed to encourage your body to find its natural posture, balance, and center of gravity. By opening your hip angle, tilting your pelvis forward, and engaging the core muscles, kneeling office chairs help you support your spine and build strength as you sit.

Kneeling Chair Benefits - Are kneeling chairs good for you?

  • Kneeling chairs are proven to relieve low back pain, engage core muscles, and improve both sitting and standing posture. They help stretch and support the muscles along your spine, subtly strengthening your core and back muscles in the process. Kneeling chairs with back support also allow you to stretch over the back of the chair.

Is kneeling better than sitting?

  • Kneeling and squatting are our most natural “static” positions, but most people can’t maintain a kneeling or squatting position for very long, especially while working. Kneeling chairs allow for a healthy kneeling position and the freedom to transition to a sitting position, all while supporting the natural S-curve of your spine.