The story of the Wobbel
The Wobbel finds it’s origin in the Waldorf schools. With the Wobbel we present this classic balance board in a modern design and contemporary editions. Wobbel: The wooden toy that moves young and old.
The Wobbel stimulates balance and strength during play and use. In a playful way, but very efficiently, it supports physical awareness and balance. When using it as a training device, specific muscle groups can be isolated, while other exercises train big muscle groups. This goes for (young) children, adults and even the elderly.
The Wobbel can very well be used by adults. To get fit, stretch your back, (as a seat aid) in yoga exercises, to train balance and just because it's fun. It's possible to do a wide range of exercises on the Wobbel, from relatively light to extremely heavy.
The Wobbel Original, Pro, XL and 360 are CE approved up to 440 pounds and 220 pounds for the Wobbel Starter. The Wobbel Original and Pro are about 90 centimeters long and 30 centimeters wide. So plenty of room for big feet and long legs.
Next to its devellopment capabilities the Wobbel is inspiring because of its impressive but undefined curved shape. This shape stimulates creativity which makes it, like a Barbapappa, everything a child imagines.
Peace and quiet
In our own experience the Wobbel works like a magnet on children. Not only for exuberant and playfull games (together as well), but also for quiet moments and individual play.
The Wobbel is made with many layers of the best European beech wood (FSC), which are stacked and pressed under high pressure, and has a uniquely designed curve. There are several color options and can be fitted with natural wool felt or natural cork.
The Wobbel is because of its shape and looks the only toy that doesn’t need to be put away after playing with it. It looks great in every living room. It is designed for indoor use, but can be used outside with sufficient care.
Children are open minded and keep finding new uses for the Wobbel. It’s an ideal step in for example the kitchen, so children can wash their own hands without help and bake cookies of course.