For a pain free Sajdah
What is SujoodEasy ?
SujoodEasy is an aid for salah, for meditation, and even for DIY! No need for chairs anymore!
Made of a sturdy material, designed and verified for stability. Seat is a skin friendly medical grade material providing maximum sitting comfort. Even sitting for long duration, it does not cause soreness.
SujoodEasy is lightweight (just over 1kg) and is fully tested to carry weight upto 110kgs approx. Easy to carry and easy to store. Four riser legs are delivered with SujoodEasy to raise the level if there is height discomfort. They are housed in slots under the seat.
SujoodEasy is patented – Patent No 336244
O ye who believe! bow down, prostrate yourselves, and adore your Lord; and do good; that ye may succeed (Holy Quran 22:77)
The Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) says “The closest that a servant is to his Lord is when he is in Sajdah”
Enabling Sacred Connection
Enabling Sacred Connection for Devotees with Knee Flexion Challenges.
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sound in silence
SujoodEasy in the Mosque
In a mosque, pain-affected people would find a chair to pray. If they don’t find one (and do not carry their own) they will have to endure pain whilst doing Salah on the ground. Moreover, such worshippers are “isolated” as all chairs are usually placed in a corner of the mosque so as not to disturb others in the congregation.
He is in front of the row
He is now on a chair behind the row
He is making it difficult for those behind
With SujoodEasy the worshipper is in the row and in line:
Why SujoodEasy ?
Prostration to Allah, referred to as Sajdah is an important part of a Muslim’s prayers. The Sajdah reflects humility that is in one’s heart. Both the Quran and Hadith have highlighted the numerous blessings associated with the act of Sajdah. More importantly, Sajdah provides the Muslim with an opportunity to get closer and nearer to Allah.
Knee Pain ?
Does your “knee pain” prevent you from doing Sajdah on the ground?
Are you one of those who find it difficult to perform salah on the ground?
Need a Chair ?
Do you always need a chair to do Salah?
Cannot Bend ?
Do you miss the spiritual connection if your forehead does not touch on the ground?
40mm, dome type (CCAW Voice coil)
Stereo Mini Jack
Max. 30 hours
Cable (approx. 1.2m, OFC strands, stereo plug)
Approx. 3 Hours (Full charge)
Size & Weight
Red, Blue, Silver
A leading physiotherapy consultant in the UK recommends SujoodEasy
As a physiotherapist over the last 16 years, I have seen numerous patients with knee pain due to conditions such as meniscal tears, degenerative conditions such as osteoarthritis or muscle injuries. Throughout my career it has been commonplace for people to ask me if they will be able to pray again due to knee problems and if I can help them achieve the ‘sujood’ position during their daily prayers. ‘SujoodEasy’ provides a safe, practical, and innovative solution to helping people achieve the submissive position during salat. This simple but clever design reduces full flexion through the knee and thereby minimises excessive force through the posterior knee complex, reducing pain without causing further damage. I highly recommend this product to all people who are unable to perform sujood due to knee injuries.
Worldclass Wireless Headphones
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SujoodEasy is intended for those who can sit on the ground relatively easily but find it difficult to perform Sajdah and sit in “Tashahhud”. It is not for those who need a walking stick or are unable to sit on the ground with ease and can only pray on a chair.
SujoodEasy is very safe to use. It has been factory tested for stability. It is made of a sturdy material, designed and contoured for steadiness.
SujoodEasy is designed, and load tested to bear a weight of 100kgs approx. Persons in excess of 100kgs who would like to use SUJOODeasy can send us a enquiry in the contact form below and we can make it available for them.
However, It can be used for meditation or even for DIY works.
SujoodEasy can certainly be used by women.
SujoodEasy can be used by a man wearing a ‘thobe’ (also called ‘kandoora’ or ‘dishdasha’) or a ‘lungi’/’veshthi’ or a robe for his Salah.