Healthy sleep according to the Bioenergetic Sleep® concept after Amann-Jennson
Like the human body, the SAMINA sleeping system is built up in layers, too, and convinces with harmoniously coordinated elements. Thanks to its systematical construction with a double sided, freely suspended slat frame, natural rubber mattress, grounding overlay, wool overlay as well as covers and pillows made of untreated sheep wool the necessary preconditions for falling asleep relaxed, sleeping through on high quality and waking up recreated are created.
Learn more about the Bioenergetic Sleep® of the single layers:
The double sided, freely suspended and highly flexible slat frame complies with the holding system, the skeleton and especially the spine of the human being and therefore cares for adaptation, movement, stability and support as well as relief during sleeping. “Freely suspended” means that the slat frame only is lying on two lateral support bars, thus has no fixed substructure.
So, the most important basic is created: the bed is adjusting to the body and not as with most mattress- and sleeping-systems the other way round –- where the body is forced to adjust to the mattress or sleeping-system.
At the same time, in case of large body movements the double sided and freely suspended slat frame is responsible for an adjustment to the body without any delay. An energetic interaction with the body arises because of the reciprocal effect of the lower row of lamellas with the upper row — due to the high number of highly flexible ash wood lamellas that rest on elastic natural rubber elements.
That means, for larger body movement like from lateral into back position, for example, only a minimal energy input is necessary. That in turn has a positive effect on the sleeping quality and prevents from unnecessary waking-up-reflexes.
There is an interesting detail about the width of the solid-wood-ash-lamella: this width corresponds to the width of a vertebral body -– and the gap between two ash-lamella is about the same like the width of an intervertebral disc!
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