Hi, this is my first thread, I am wondering if you know of a stool I could use for my domiciliary practice at present I use a tripod fishermans stool and it is causing me back ache and gluteus area down the side of my leg.
It isn't the stool but the position I sit in I believe and also driving to and from different places does not help.
I would be very grateful, thanking you in advance.
If space isn't an issue, what about a folding Balans stool? I use one and it's brilliant. [url]Multi Kneeling Stool by Varier (formerly Stokke)[/url] - you could probably find one much cheaper with a bit of searching!
Thank-you so much for your swift reply. I did think about balan chair, however, I wondered if it would be too heavy to carry as I have my equipment to carry also.
I carry (in my car) the stool, couch and large duffel style bag on wheels full of covers/linen. It usually take me three trips to set up - luckily I only have two clients who live in multi-story flats, and they usually come down to the car park to help! All this stuff fits quite cosily into my little SmartCar called Suzy!!!
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