Which products are included in the category?
It includes sensory tunnels, pouffes, rolling mats, pouffes (sold individually or in a set), rollers and rolls, pears and pillows. This group also includes products made of flexible Lycra - flexible tunnels or flexible hammocks, basically used during the same classes. Some of them are available in various material versions (cotton or artificial leather), tailored to the needs of customers.
Where is it used?
Devices for therapeutic exercises are used as equipment for exercise rooms, therapy offices, schools and kindergartens. Some of the products are so multifunctional that they find their place in community centers, libraries or playrooms. Large auxiliary elements and products made of stretchy fabric - Lycra are also used by sensory integration specialists during therapeutic classes.
Not only for institutional clients?
Products from this category are also very popular among individual customers. Especially sensory tunnels or rolling mats. Thanks to the use of cotton fabrics in the production process, they are warm to the touch and pleasant to the skin. Styrofoam granulate filling gives the products specific properties and guarantees the proper continuation of therapy at home, in accordance with the guidelines of specialists.
What are they made of?
Equipment for therapeutic exercises is made of cotton fabric in various colors, stretchy Lycra and artificial leather. All materials used in the production are Oeko-Tex® certified. The polystyrene granulate used as a permanent filling is certified by the National Institute of Hygiene.
How to maintain them?
Cotton fabrics used for sewing therapeutic products can be cleaned with a damp cloth or even washed in water (e.g. in a shower). When drying, the products should be shaken off to dry them faster. The polystyrene does not soak up water, so it is safe when washing products. Artificial leather products are intended primarily for use in institutions with high hygienic requirements. Due to the sanitary regulations and requirements in force at these institutions, products used by many participants should be cleaned with specialized chemicals. Lycra is a classic fabric designed for traditional washing in water.