About Juli Kagan
As a Certified Pilates Instructor, Juli Kagan is not only passionate about Pilates, but also about teaching and life-long learning, and: BQE CHAIRS! Juli believes that knowing better helps in doing better. Her unique perspective of understanding ergonomics and posture, coalescing both as a dental hygienist and Pilates instructor, makes her outstanding in each field. Students say they get results within only a few sessions allowing them to sit taller, stand stronger and work without pain.

Juli graduated from the University of Maryland in 1983 with a Bachelors degree in dental hygiene and a minor in kinesiology (study of body movement). She has taught periodontology, preventive dentistry and clinical instrumentation & ergonomics since 1993. In 2000 she earned her Masters degree in Educational Psychology. As a Certified Pilates Instructor, her focus is on posture and subsequent carriage throughout the day. She lives in Boca Raton, Florida with her husband, David, and son, Zack.

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“As an ergonomics specialist, here's my two cents on a product I absolutely love. BQE has different designs with different price points, however, the beauty of the chair, unlike ANY in the industry, is that there is a "dynamic" backrest that moves with your spine.  That means when the clinician is actively working, they are in a slightly forward pitched (tipped) position, and when the clinician is in a passive state, the back rest fully supports the lumbar region--the most vulnerable part of the spine.  It's truly revolutionary and exceeds the criteria of my critical body of knowledge regarding posture.”

Juli Kagan, RDH, M.Ed.
Author, Speaker, Educator


Testimonials

 “As an ergonomics specialist, here's my two cents on a product I absolutely love. BQE has different designs with different price points, however, the beauty of the chair, unlike ANY in the industry, is that there is a "dynamic" backrest that moves with your spine.  That means when the clinician is actively working, they are in a slightly forward pitched (tipped) position, and when the clinician is in a passive state, the back rest fully supports the lumbar region--the most vulnerable part of the spine.  It's truly revolutionary and exceeds the criteria of my critical body of knowledge regarding posture.”

Juli Kagan, RDH, M.Ed.
Author, Speaker, Educator

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