Posted on by Jo Wozniak



Dynamic Seating


Last week the Ergoport team traveled down to Hobart to attend and co-sponsor a seminar on Dynamic Seating presented by Dr Jenifer Pynt and The Tasmanian Association of Vocational Rehabilitation Providers (TAVRP) inc. Active, or dynamic, sitting occurs when seating allows or encourages the seated occupant to move. The concept is that flexibility and movement while sitting can be beneficial to the human body and make some seated tasks easier to perform.