I quite like it, and as a practitioner can easily see the benefit. The slight rise
the floor and forward lean open the angle between legs and back a little, making it
to keep balance and maintaining better blood flow to the legs. As long as the base
is sufficient I don't think it would be tippy. I wonder what the dimensions are...
It says on the page:
If you have special needs as to height etc. let us know. We can make
any adjustment necessary.
The standard bench is 14" long, 6" wide and 8" tall in the front and
9" tall in the back.
On Tue, 03 Feb 2004 00:15:14 -0600, Australopithecus scobis
I'm not sure. I'd guess sitting on it with your knees on the ground
and your feet tucked under and back. I made a meditation table for a
guy once, kind of a lap tray with legs. never saw him use it though.
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