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 Stress is a universal language, so it is little wonder why there are massage chairs everywhere you look – at hairdressing salons, at the airport, and even at shopping centres, it’s one of the best ways to relax and unwind after a big day.  Whether you need a couple for your store or want to use one in the comfort of your own home, there are a large range of massage chairs to suit your requirements and budget. However not all massage seats are created equal – they all perform different types of massages, so it is important that you find the right one.  

What to look for in a massage chair

  All full-body massage chairs knead the neck, shoulders, back, calves, and feet. Half-massage chairs aim to work just the full, upper, or lower back. Sometimes, they may work the neck, shoulders and arms.  When looking for a massage chair, there are a few things you will need to look at: for one, ensure the intensity of the massage is appropriate. Many feature one to three styles, which are percussion, kneading, and rolling. Percussion offers a fast, invigorating massage while kneading is for deep, muscle comfort. Rolling offers a gentle, relaxing massage. If you prefer a stronger movement, opt for chairs that have highly protruding components. Chairs with smaller rollers will provide softer movements.  Another feature you should look at is whether or not the chair reclines. Some chairs come with an ottoman or a leg-rest that will make it easier for you to stretch out. Then you will also need to consider the materials: some are made with leather, synthetic leather and plastic, or leather and wood. As with all investments, have a budget in mind and stick to it to ensure you don’t get carried away with your purchase.  Shop online on eBay today for new and secondhand massage chairs for your lounge area or salon. Find all your massage essentials in the one place, from circulation boosters to massage oils and creams, and much more, at great prices.
 

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