A zabuton is a traditional Japanese cushion used for sitting meditation. It is typically rectangular in shape and is placed on the floor to provide a comfortable surface for the legs and feet. The word “zabuton” comes from the Japanese, “za” meaning “seat” and “buton” meaning “cushion.” They are commonly used in conjunction with a zafu cushion, which is placed on top of the zabuton to elevate the hips and provide support for the seated meditation posture. The zabuton provides a cushioning for the knees and ankles, reducing pressure and discomfort while sitting for long periods of time. It also helps to keep the body in a stable position and can help prevent fidgeting. It is useful for people who have difficulty sitting on the floor or are recovering from injury. It can also be used to increase the comfort when sitting in a chair and also to protect the flooring from damage.
Helpful for frequent and prolonged meditation exercise
Made with organic cotton fillings
Maintains shape and firmness for optimal support
Gives maximum comfort and reduces stress
Keeps your spine and joints healthy
Sitting on a zabuton can provide a comfortable surface for the legs and feet, which can help to reduce discomfort and pain during prolonged sitting.
A zabuton can help to distribute weight and pressure more evenly across the legs and feet, which can help to reduce discomfort and pain.
The rectangular shape of a zabuton can help to provide a stable base for the seated position, which can help to reduce fidgeting and distraction during meditation.
A zabuton can help to reduce pain and discomfort in the legs and feet associated with prolonged sitting.
A zabuton can be a helpful tool for people with mobility issues or disabilities who may find it difficult to sit on the floor for prolonged periods of time.
A zabuton can also protect your flooring from wear and tear, especially when used on hardwood or tile flooring.
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