By Romaine Delage. Massage Chair. Published at Sunday, December 24th, 2017 - 20:22:53 PM.
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 chairs that are worth considering are like super-recliners. There are many different features available and the key to getting a good chair is to get one with the features that you really need. Focus on the chair's ability to give a good massage. Forget the high end chairs with stereo speakers built in. It's fancy, but not therapeutic and it adds to the cost of the chair. Also forget the chairs with built in heating. Usually, the heat from these chairs is not sufficient to really get much therapeutic benefit. A better approach is to purchase a separate professional heating pad used by massage therapists. They are available at any good online massage supply shopping site.
There are several main differences between massage tables and massage chairs. First, massage chairs can be portable, whereas massage tables are stationary for the most part. Portable tables do exist, but are not as common as portable chairs. Massage tables require patients to lie down in order to receive a massage. Massage chairs allow patients to receive massage therapy from a seated position. Finally, when you give a massage with a massage chair, you will not have to bend over quite as far as you will with a table.
As a massage therapist, you likely wonder which equipment is the best for your business. Perhaps you have seen massage chairs and treatment tables and wondered if there was a benefit of one product over the other. Both massage chairs and treatment tables have benefits, so you will need to evaluate your business's needs when choosing between these products.
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