Massage Chairs

Written by Liza Hartung
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Massage chairs are perfect for quick, traveling practices. They allow the therapist to move from one place to another and to provide quick and efficient back, neck, and head massages. This is not the kind of massage where the client will undress and lie under a sheet. Those take much longer and need some time set aside to fully enjoy. No, a chair massage can be done fully clothed, in the middle of the day, on a lunch break, if necessary.

You can invest in one of a number of massage chairs. There are many available for you to choose from. If you are moving around a lot, I suggest an aluminum frame. They are very light and easy to carry, but are also strong and durable. Also, a collapsible frame will help with transporting your chair. Get one that will be comfortable for your clients. The chair should have a face rest, arm rest, and a place for the chest, feet, and legs.

Other Kinds of Massage Chairs

There are also chairs that will massage you. You've probably seen these types of chairs before, walking through the mall. You pass by a new technology store and there, in the front, is a leather chair with rollers inside, just begging you to sit down. So you do and it's wonderful. There are shiatsu rollers for your back and legs. There is a vibrating option for stress and knots. Some even have heat settings. Plus, you can choose a speed level that is to your liking.

These kinds of massage chairs are great for your home. You can get a massage in minutes just by walking to your living room or office. Just sit in the chair, push a button or two, and you are all set. If you want to fully complete the relaxing experience, try listening to a CD of nature sounds and lighting some candles. It's the quickest way to feel like you're in a spa, while sticking to your schedule and your budget.


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