The patented lounge8 was made for professional use and enables immediate meditative relaxation through the natural, gentle stimulation of oscillation.
Prof. Dr. med. Sebastian Gehmert
“Don’t pay with your health, but for your health – the lounge8 is a paradigm of health promotion. The design combines comfort and therapeutic effectiveness in perfect harmony and has now become indispensable in my work as a hypnotherapist.”
Meditative relaxation to help one's health is the mental basis for the success of every form of therapy. Whether as an independent relaxation and deceleration therapy for use together with psychotherapy, psychiatry, psychosomatic medicine, or addiction treatment or as an ideal relaxation solution to accompany most conventional forms of therapy.
lounge8 is the new, innovative solution for rapid mental relaxation and regeneration: before, during, and/or after each treatment.
Users experience a feeling of immediate relaxation and serenity. By focusing on the perception of their own bodies as they rock, they are stabilizing the vegetative nervous system in a completely natural way. The patient experiences a state of weightlessness and inner calm during therapy.
No motors, no plugs, no batteries. This purely mechanical therapy lounger is only set in motion by means of the body's gentle oscillation motion or breathing. Exquisite engineering paired with outstanding craftsmanship, fine materials, and a timeless design.
The lounge8 relax lounger is only activated by small rhythmic movement impulses from the body
or brought into a noticeable meditative vibration through breathing. The client comes intuitively through natural body awareness – similar to the toddler on the tree swing
into the vibration rhythm. Through this playful approach, the client automatically focuses on body perception away from thinking.
Swinging. Through the interaction between rhythmic body impulses/movements of the guest and vibrations, brain activities are demonstrably calmed in a completely natural way similar to hypnosis or meditation, initiating the relaxation process. Worries and the feeling of being inwardly rushed dissolve after a short time.
The feeling of being rushed or restless inside disappears after a short time.
Through repeated "lounging" our brain re-learns, in a playful way, to control relaxation processes, and thus enables states of consciousness of deep trance-like relaxation phases. Repetitions consolidate the neuronal effect of immersing yourself in this trusting, calm state of consciousness and abandoning the "control impulses" that have built up over decades. When using the lounge8, we call these meditative relaxation experiences "floating".
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I am happy to assist you. Roland Bachstein