For a stress free work in your kitchen, you need to keep a good posture. A good posture is standing, walking and sitting in a position where the least strain is placed on your body’s supporting muscles and ligaments while executing activities in those positions.

A good posture

  • keeps your bones and joins in correct alignment such that muscles are used properly
  • decreases the stress on the ligaments holding the joins of the spine together there by preventing the spine from becoming fixed in abnormal positions.
  • it prevents strain or over use of muscles therefore reducing backaches and muscular pain
  • it reduces fatigue because the whole body is used more efficiently and therefore less energy is spent working
  • but most of all, it contributes to good appearance.

    Good Standing Posture
    Good Standing Posture

for a good posture while standing;

  • keep your head up straight, do not tilt forward, backward or sideways
  • keep your back bone straight
  • Keep your knees straight
  • avoid turning your head to the sides
  • avoid tilting your pelvis in or out
  • wear a shoe with support for your arches
  • avoid standing in the same position for a long time
  • if you must remain in a position for a longer periods of time, put on foot on a stool and alternate every few minutes

At xynkrafts limited, have thoughtfully implemented the above guidelines in our kitchen designs to ensure a stress free working environment