Everyone needs time to relax, especially with today's busy, hectic lifestyles.
One great way to relax is with your own massage chair. Instead of going
to spas or other facilities for a relaxing massage, you can own a piece
of furniture that will take away your knots and pains. Massage chairs
help reduce stress levels and promote better health. Who imagined staying
healthy could feel so good!
Most massage chairs come with three to eight pre-set programs, plus some
have customization options. Below are some of the features you should
know about before deciding on which type of massage chair to purchase.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our knowledgeable
sales team at 1-888-228-5800.
In addition to a full massage chair, Abt has separate foot and calf massagers
to compliment a chair. These foot and calf massagers deliver the very
latest in three-dimensional, robotic foot and calf massage technology
with soothing vibration, doubling as a comfortable footrest
Acupoint Detection System
Acupoint will scan the entire length of a person's back, creating a map
of key pressure points to target during the massage. This is to ensure
an effective and targeted massage for all body types.
This program will simultaneously combine two different techniques, allowing
for a more intense massage.
Compression Massage Technique
The compression technique feels like the heels of a professional therapist's
hands firmly pushing on muscles alongside your spine, and inward toward
the spine itself. This technique aids in improving mobility and posture.
Most models have a built-in cup holder so you can have your drinks nearby
as you relax.
Provide exceptional comfort and back support with or without engaging
the massage function.
Most massage chair come with foot/calf/ankle massagers, ensuring a superior
kneading massage that improves blood circulation to relive sore, tired
muscles. If the massager is not attached to the chair itself, most models
can be paired with an ottoman foot and calf massager.
Full Back Massage
Extended-reach quad-point massage system delivers a rolling and kneading
massage from the lower back all the way to the shoulders.
Available on some models, the calf massage wells will gently hold your
legs as the chair reclines to arch your back and engage in a gentle body
stretching program with an active massage of your lower back.
Hawaiian Massage Technique
This technique uses gentle rubbing motions across the back.
Kneading Massage Technique
Kneading relieves tension and soreness by lifting and stretching muscles.
It improves deeper blood and lymph circulation and helps bring vital nutrients
to the spinal area. It also helps clear out the toxins from muscle and
nerve tissue in the area. This technique kneads your back in a small,
circular motion on both sides of your spine simultaneously.
Lower Back Massage
The auto-massage program for the lower back provides a set amount of time
for an invigorating massage, relieving your lower back tension and leaving
you feeling energized.
Easily personalize your massage experience to include a full-back or targeted
massage, with or without heat (if applicable). Some controllers can be
used while docked, or removed for convenient hand-held operation.
This depends on your preference. Most chairs are outfitted with synthetic
leather, but can be customized with various types of leather.
Memory Form Seat Pad
Visco-elastic foam seat pad molds to the body, providing optimum comfort
for each individual user.
Neck and Shoulder Massage
The auto-massage program for the neck and shoulders, like that of the
Lower Back Massage, provides a set amount of time for an invigorating
massage, relieving your upper back tension and leaving you feeling energized.
Number of Motors
The most important aspect to a massage chair is the number of motors it
has. If the unit has independently working motors, you will receive a
stronger massage because of the power distribution among each motor. Also,
the more motors, the stronger the massage.
Percussion Massage Technique
Alternate rapid-taping strokes stimulate spinal muscles and spinal joint
areas. Flexes spinal joints and relieves pressure on the spinal column,
invigorating the entire back and releasing tension and cramping from muscles
in spasm. These movements stimulate circulation and also tone and strengthen
muscles, especially the soft tissue areas.
Allow the user to adjust the angles of the headrest, leg rest, and/or
Rolling Massage Technique
The rolling technique applies constant pressure while rolling gently up
and down your back near your spine. It warms and loosens your muscles,
preparing your back for a deeper massage. Relieves muscle tension, improves
circulation, and relaxes the back. This technique is especially useful
for relaxing the lower back.
This feature is available on most high-end chairs, and will vibrate the
hamstrings and glutes.
Swedish Massage Technique
Swedish massage refers to a collection of techniques designed primarily
to relax muscles by applying pressure to them against deeper muscles and
bones, and gently rubbing in the same direction as the flow of the blood
returning to the heart.
Upper and Lower Back Heat
Therapeutic heat prepares muscles to receive maximum benefit from a full
This technology mimics a zero-gravity recline chair, but with the added
feature of a massage. It positions the body in a neutral position that
counteracts gravity's adverse effects by easing the body into a virtually
weightless position, elevating the legs above the heart. By doing so,
the chair's position relieves weight from the spine, empowering sore,
tired muscles to relax and restore their natural balance and well-being.