How it Works

Sitting on the toilet may seem convenient, however this position is not the ideal to achieve smooth relaxed bowel movements.

Having your legs at a 90° angle means a muscle in the colon – called the puborectalis – remains taut.

Resting your feet on the Aussie Squatter brings your legs up to a squatting position, allowing the colon to straighten out and the puborectalis muscle relax. Bowel movements are achieved easily, without the need to strain, thus assisting in warding off haemorrhoids, pelvic floor weakness and many more digestive issues.


Recommended by doctors and health practitioners squatting with a stool such as the Aussie Squatter may help to provide relief from constipation and bloating, haemorrhoids and straining, IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) and pelvic floor and bladder issues.

Users experience easier, much quicker and more complete emptying of the bowels resulting in improved health, greater comfort and ultimately more energy.

The Aussie Squatter is easy to use, and highly effective in aligning the colon for effortless elimination. It aids a comfortable squat position, and helps ease toilet-related ailments.

Strong and weight bearing. Very easy to assemble - no screws or nails. Comes apart easily for ease of travelling.

Easy to assemble

A rubber mallet will be useful to assist in assembly. Alternatively a hammer with a small piece of timber can be used to avoid damaging the timber.

Clip piece B into piece A lining up the insertion points
Slide piece C into into slots on piece B
Slide piece D into into slots on piece B