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It cushions jolts when landing after a jump, it is elastic springy, it has a non-slip sole, it is comfortable, trendy, relieves strain on joints and builds up deep muscles:
The Wattenwil old people’s and nursing home actively supports the well-being of its staff.
Ulrike Rausch suffers from heel spurs. She has seen four specialists in the hope of alleviating the pain.
Children discover their strengths and develop self-confidence by means of their own bodies.
Stefan Venzin was taking painkillers to battle his severe hip and back pain. Despite this, he still was unable to stand or walk for long periods.
Heidi Frei suffered a stroke at the age of 35. She spent ten years fighting to get back on her feet, and had to relearn everything from scratch.
Dijana Dakovic of Horw, Switzerland, suffers from multiple sclerosis. This affects her vision, sense of balance and locomotor system.
A serious skiing accident around 30 years ago abruptly changed Carlo Bachmann’s life. Ever since, he has been paralysed on one side of his body. For five years, he spent four hours a day in the gym, fighting his way back to his everyday life.
Since he started working while standing on a kybun mat, Patrick Oppliger has stopped getting headaches.
Thomas van Haaften worked for the Cantonal Court of Zurich for 26 years. At the age of 48, he decided to change careers and took the plunge into the world of self-employment.
Samuel Gerber had to use crutches until recently because the pain he suffered was so severe. Neither insoles nor therapies alleviated the pain in his heels.
The key to freedom from pain lies in a springy, elastic trampoline bouncing movement. Swiss mechanical engineer Karl Müller is convinced that this key movement can alleviate back, hip, knee and foot problems.
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