Set of orthopedic mats - Christmas Carol
Catalog number: MFK-081
The Christmas season is more than magical, especially for children. Not only for these moments, we have created a Christmas Carol set.
This set contains the ideal combination of hard and soft floors to stimulate the soles of the feet for the prevention and rehabilitation of flat feet and collapsed arches. It also includes 3D types of floors that strengthen ankles, knees, and core.
But that's not all. Orthopedic floors develop imagination, fine motor skills, coordination, spatial orientation, right-left orientation, and reaction speed. It teaches children colors, numbers, and words in a foreign language. Thanks to the colorful design, you can practice coloring with your children and play a lot of fun games, which you can find on our YOUTUBE channel.
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- Brand Muffik
- Material Softened PVC
- Dimensions 29,79 × 29,79 cm
· Diverse surface important for first steps
· Eliminates in-toeing
· Eliminates tiptoeing
· Reflex massage
· Acupuncture massage
· Stimulates the sole of the foot
· Prevention and rehabilitation of flat arches
· Rehabilitation (PEC)
· Strengthening the deep stabilization system of the spine
· Strengthening the deep muscles
· Venous gymnastics to prevent varicose veins and thrombosis in adults
Includes (12 pcs):
1x Grass soft
1x Grass firm
1x Dino eggs soft
1x Dino eggs firm
1x Pebbles soft
1x Pebbles firm
1x Roots soft
1x Hedgehog firm
1x Nuts firm
1x Forest firm
1x Logs firm
1x Meadow soft
We have put together the sets in cooperation with physiotherapists and have discounted the price compared to individual pieces.
What do physiotherapists say? ‘Little is needed to bring your feet to life. Use them. Use them as they were designed (barefoot) and on the terrain originally intended for them (natural surfaces). Diversity is welcome, as well as walking on stones, grass, forest path.’ That’s what our set offers.
Tested according to EU standard EN 71-1:2014 + A1:2018 and EN 71-2:2011 + A1:2014 and EN 71-3:2019-08