O2CHAIR Your Optimum Breath Trainer & Energizing Partner

"I have been using the O2CHAIR to relax and recharge for a couple of weeks already.
A perfect way to support and promote optimal breathing.
I love it, and I think you will too !"

Tony Robbins

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Unique and Revolutionary Technology

There are many breathing techniques available to help us relax, perform better, sleep better, and also concentrate better.

How do we control so that our breathing exercises are done 100% correctly?

This is what our O2CHAIR’s unique and patented technology brings to the breathing industry: a scientific breathing exercise movement which is 100% accurate.

The O2CHAIR helps to educate us and bring us the physical & psychological benefits we all aim for.

Innovation and technology

Initial breathing movement

The O2CHAIR® active system provides programmable rhythmic paraspinal thrusts.
The rhytmic thrusts and pressure are adjustable depending on the progression of exercise.

Innovation and technology

Initial end breathing movement

The person is in a sitting position promoting good hemodynamics, with no effort to the heart and with evenly distributed support.

Innovation and technology

The ventilatory cycle initially starts in the phylogical respiratory mechanics area - from L3 (lumbar vertebrae) to T10 (thoracic vertebrae).

Innovation and technology

End of cycle, maximum chest amplitude.

The perfect respiratory movement

Integrated electronic tablet to the O2CHAIR allows for complete and easy control of your breathing exercises.
Controls are:

  • Type of breathing exercise
  • Length of exercise
  • Zero gravity
  • Leg rest
  • Swing
  • Oxygen concentrator
  • Heated back
  • Sound level
  • Voice (gender)

Breathe in

When the user breathes in, the back of the chair gently moves thanks to a unique patented design.

Shoulders, shoulder blades and rib cage expand while the head slowly swings backward.

This expansion increases the amount of air inhaled thus increasing the oxygen supply to all body organs.

Breathe out

When the user breathes out, the back of the user lightly sinks into the chair and a feeling of relaxation occurs.

This progressive support during the exhalation phase allows a better release of CO increasing the feeling of peace and relaxation.

O2CHAIR enables full understanding and control of the respiratory system.

Thanks to appropriate regular and personal exercises, users can improve their breathing for better health and stress management.

BREATH

Features:

- O2BREATH: Patented Concept

- O2SOFTWARE: Control Center

- O2ZERO-GRAVITY: Biomechanism

- 02PURE: Air Purifier

- O2SWING: Gentle Swing

- O2SOUND: Voice & Sound

- O2HEAT: Heat to relax muscles

- O2RELAX: Science & Design

Inhalation

A patented mechanism initiates and supports optimal inhalation that originates in the abdomen and continues until the volume of the clavicles reached its maximum.
Better oxygenation of all organs ...

Exhalation

The mechanism is reversed allowing for complet exhalation.
Resulting : better elimination of C02 and feeling of relaxation and wellbeing.

O2SOFTWARE

Control Center - 1/3

Smartphone/Tablet is the control center of the Chair. The application is simple and easy to use and it offers customized breathing exercises for everybody.

Its unique graphics, sounds and voices make it a first ever and evolving chair for development and stress management.

Every inhalation, exhalation and retention is accurately analyzed. Each session is synchronized with the Chair mechanism which facilitates the understanding of the respiratory system and optimizes the benefits of the exercise.

O2SOFTWARE

Control Center - 2/3

Exercise settings

You can activate the different functions of O2CHAIR: zero-gravity, balance, oxygen, heat, ...

O2SOFTWARE

Control Center - 3/3

Advanced settings

Breathing exercises can be customized at your own convenience according to your needs and expectations.

O2ZERO-GRAVITY

Biomechanism

The zero-gravity position is a biomechanical position.

Its purpose is to reduce pressure on the spine and optimize the breathing exercises.

Zero-gravity therapy helps relax the backbone for deeper and more comfortable breathing.

O2PURE

Air purifier

Air quality and higher oxygen concentration are important for successful sessions.

A lack of oxygen may cause health problems, such as attention and performance issues.

The oxygen may become insufficient in indoor spaces due to a resident’s continuous breathing and in big cities where air pollution keeps increasing.

O2PURE provides additional oxygen. Its high concentration can help boost your metabolism and optimize your exercise.

O2SWING

Gentle Swing

O2SWING, which has been integrated into the chair as an option, enables you to swing slightly while you breathe out and breathe in for more efficient exercises.

The tilt and swing of the chair will improve blood circulation, regenerate all organs, help detoxify your body and consequently provide a heightened sense of well-being.

O2SOUND

Speakers

Breathing exercises are done in rhythm and relaxing music enhances calmness.

Different musical notes for each inhalation, exhalation and full and empty retention help us follow the exercises in an easy and intuitive way.

You can then relax better while you focus on breathing techniques.

O2HEAT

Heat to relax muscles

We have integrated a heating system into the back of the chair as an option to maximize your comfort and improve muscle relaxation.

O2RELAX

Science & design

The O2CHAIR is a concept uniquely designed to provide comfort as well as esthetics.

Ergonomic lines are especially made to support relaxation and to optimize the breathing exercises.

The anatomically-shaped foam guarantees absolute comfort.

O2CHAIR BENEFITS THROUGH OPTIMAL BREATHING

  1. Increases physical energy
  2. Reduces blood pressure and heart rate
  3. Reduces lactic acid in muscles and blood
  4. Balances O2 and CO2 levels in the blood
  5. Strengthens the immune system
  6. Enhances creativity and learning ability
  7. Leads to physical relaxation
  8. Relieves anxiety
  9. Improves blood circulation

Benefits of deep breathing

For those of us who are looking for serenity, for sportsmen, for managing stress…

Breathing takes us to another dimension:
breathing is a vital function and it can support us in achieving excellence.

«Better Breathing for Better Health»

How does it work?

Once the application begins, the chair mechanism follows very accurately the movement of each inhalation, exhalation and retention and all results are shown on the smartphone or tablet.

O2CHAIR enables full understanding and control of the respiratory system.

Thanks to regular and easy exercises, users can improve their breathing for better health and stress management.

Rediscover the pleasure of breathing

Longer exhalation to reach a state of relaxation.

"Feeling stressed or overwhelmed ? Focus on your own breathing and take the time to breathe ! Keep focusing, be aware of your body sensations and enjoy this moment of relaxation."
Marie Rose Windels, Breathing Expert and organizer of GIC 2016

Exercise Oxygen

Inhalation longer than exhalation to increase oxygen rate.

PNG"Breathing exercises can optimize your health and certainly your performances. Inhaling for a longer time than exhaling will increase the oxygen level into your cells and body and help you better perform."
Stig Severinsen, Breatheology, holding a 4x Freediving World Champion and Multiple Guinness World Records

Exercise Relaxation

Heart Coherence, synchronization of breathing with heart beats.

"Heart Coherence brings amazing results on our health such as balance, weight loss and stress relief!"
Dr. David O’Hare

Power Nap – Micro Nap

The power naps help to revitalize and provide the energy needed to increase concentration, productivity and performance.

It has its purpose in any business where time is of the essence and many scientific studies have demonstrated the benefits of power nap and more and more companies encourage it.

Nathalie Jalenques
Healthy body, a healthy Job
www.beotop.fr

Customized settings

Time management of inhalation, exhalation, full and empty retention.

“Good breathing is about Allowing the breath and Trusting your physiology. Physiology is Smart. Learn to be the breathing, rather than to do the breathing.”
Dr. Peter M. Litchfield

Exercise First Breath

The most profound change at birth is your baby’s first breath. At this point, your baby’s lungs, which were filled with fluid during pregnancy, must suddenly fill with oxygen from the air.

The baby takes the first breath within about 10 seconds after delivery. This breath sounds like a gasp, as the newborn’s central nervous system reacts to the sudden change in temperature and environment.

"First Breath is an exercise that brings our original breath back and reminds us to breathe"
Dan Brule, world-renown pioneer in the field of Breathwork

Exercise Sleep

The 21st century’s digital revolution has made it increasingly difficult to get a sufficient amount of sleep, especially with the constant need to be connected 24/7.

People with sleeping disorders have already used the O2CHAIR and confirmed that they managed to fall asleep very quickly.

Édouard STACKE, a social psychologist, consultant, international coach, former health professional.

Create your own breathing exercise

PNG
"I have been enjoying the O2CHAIR O2 Chair for several months and have found it to be extremely effective for stress management, and as an aide to my personal breath training. I highly recommend the device for businesses that want to provide true wellness options for their team."

Mark Divine of Sealfit

Facts

We breathe as we live: in a rush!

People who are rushing most of the time and who are often stressed tend to have a short and shallow breathing pattern close to hyperventilation.

Under those conditions, air goes through the lungs too quickly, without having the time to be absorbed by the cells of the body.

Facts

Breathing has two phases: inhalation and exhalation.

Inhalation moves air into the lungs and delivers oxygen into the cells of the body.

Exhalation moves air out of the lungs and expels carbon dioxide.

If we don’t breathe deeply, gas exchanges are reduced and this decrease can cause headaches, distractions, dizziness, tiredness and other illnesses.