Massage Beds

Written by Liza Hartung
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Massage beds are worth investigating thoroughly if you are a sole proprietor of a massage therapy business. The beds you use will reveal your philosophy to your clients just as thoroughly as any mission statement. If you choose massage beds that are cheap or flimsy, how will that make your clients feel?

At the same time, there's no need to apply for a second mortgage just because you're afraid to short-change your clients. There are some very reasonably priced massage beds for sale online, the very same beds purchased by spas and salons nationwide. Before you start shopping, have a price limit in mind. If you write this limit down and keep it in front of you while browsing online, it will be easier to make your selection.

Things to Consider When Buying Massage Beds

Once you've got your target price identified, think about the features that are important to you. Do you want a cabinet or shelf option available with your bed? Are you looking for extra features like an arm rest, a bolster, or reinforced hinges? Are industry ratings important to you, or are you more concerned with price? Jot down the features you must have in a massage bed on the same piece of paper with your target price.

Another important thing to consider about massage beds is their weight. Some tables weigh around thirty pounds, while others with heavy wooden frames can weigh up to a hundred pounds. It's not a small difference. If you work alone, do you really want to move a hundred pound table around by yourself? Buying massage beds isn't something you should do on the spur of the moment--these issues are all things you should consider before finalizing your purchase.

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