By Romaine Delage. Massage Chair. Published at Wednesday, December 20th, 2017 - 13:08:44 PM.
Massage chairs have come a long way over the years. The advance of electronics and mechanical systems has combined with massage techniques into the massage chair of today. You can find a robotic chair that is capable of massaging almost all parts of your body. These chairs can reach your neck, shoulders, back, buttocks, thighs, calves, feet and even your arms and hands. The best massage chairs have great technology to simulate many of the most beneficial massage techniques. Massage techniques such as a Shiatsu massage, Swedish massage or a Deep Tissue massage. These massage techniques have specific applications for your overall health and wellness.
Intensity adjustment of the rollers. The HT-7120 has an intensity adjustment button on the side of the remote which moves the rollers forward and backward to accommodate a more or less intense massage. The chair still comes with a damper pillow, just in case the lowest intensity is still too intense. You can actually unzip the chair back and slide the damper pillow inside the chair back so that it is hidden. The old HT-125 did not have that discrete feature.
The many benefits of massage therapy have been recognized since 4-500 years B.C. Records show that massage was widely used in China, Greece, India, Egypt, Rome and more. These ancient societies fully recognized the many benefits of massage therapy. Since prior to 1980 massage chairs have been available. These chairs provide a full range of computer-driven massage programs. It's like having an expensive weekend at the spa available at any time for their owners.
The way they attempt to achieve this is through adhering to three robotics principles: Technique, Brain and Sense. The concept 'Sense' just means that they engineer their chairs so that they are responsive to the user's needs.
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