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Finding a Massage Table that Meets All of Your Specific Needs

Choosing a massage table can be difficult, especially if you are not sure where to start.  There are plenty of models available, with various features and amenities that you may or may not need.  It can be difficult to wade through the myriad of options that are available, especially if you are not familiar with massage tables.  Here are some tips to help you to make an informed decision.

First, it is important to figure out the features that you will require.  When it comes to buying a new massage table, there is no wrong or right; what is perfect for someone else may not be ideal for you.  Remember that you are looking for the table that fits your individual needs.

One of the most obvious decisions that you will need to make is whether you want a stationary table that will remain in one place or a portable table.  If you are setting up one room or more in a single location, you will want a stationary table.  Remember, your table is the treatment platform for business and your clients.  Across 10 years, the cost of your table is only about $.20 per treatment, so don’t skimp on this investment to your success.   If you travel to treat clients, you will want a quality portable table with a carrying case and even a transportation cart.  If you work on site and in a retail location, you will want both types of tables.1

Next, you will need to consider which extra amenities you would like.  Some tables have electric lifts, adjustable legs, tilting abilities, arm rests, and more.  Some table manufacturers also offer options for side lying massages, as well as pregnancy and breast recesses.1  If you are going to see a wide variety of clients on a regular basis, it may be in your best interest to have a table that provides many options.  You never want to have to turn someone away because you don’t have the proper facilities.

There are other factors to consider such as width, upholstery color, and wood type. Some tables even offer a heated top. Also, consider the height.  Your table should be no higher than your hip.2 The bottom line is that only you can really determine which table is right for you.  If you are still at a loss, turn to a full line, one-stop source like MassageWarehouse.com to learn more about your options.

For more than 10 years Massage Warehouse has been committed to offering an extensive and affordable inventory of massage tables and equipment.  Rely on Massage Warehouse to find a massage table that meets all of your specific needs.

Sources:

1 http://www.massagemarket.com/pages/Massage-Market-Blog.html

2http://www.massagetherapymarketingsuccess.com/OurStorePages/howtochoosetherightmassagetherapytable.htm

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