Massage Tables

  1. Massage as Medicine? Really?

    With all the talk about Obamacare going around, I’ve had health insurance (and just health) on the brain lately. It so happens that I’m also personally interested in topics of health and wellness, especially how our society addresses health collectively. So, when a friend asked me the other Read more
  2. Massage: No, It Isn’t Just About Pampering

    If you aren’t a regular massage client, you’re probably thinking: Of course massage is about pampering! And, yes, that’s partially true: Massage offers time away from life’s chaotic interludes, the type of relaxation you probably only get away from home, and even—yes—some good old Read more
  3. Getting Naked: The Skinny (or Not So Skinny) of It!

    So, you’ve booked a massage. Perhaps it’s your first; perhaps not. Perhaps it’s your first massage with a therapist of the opposite sex. Or it’s just your first time seeing a new massage therapist. You can’t wait for the massage—you need some relaxation in the midst of your increasingly Read more
  4. Searching Out the Perfect Massage: What “Perfect” Really Means

    Today is September 11th, 2013. In fairness, I probably won’t get this blog up for several days, but today’s date has had an effect on me, and it’s an effect that I don’t want to gloss over. Driving into the office this morning, I remembered the deep pit that sat in my stomach as I watched Read more
  5. Introducing the New Ellora Vista™ Electric Salon!

    I’m excited to share news of a new Ellora Vista™ model with you today! The all-new Ellora Vista™ Electric Salon includes a curved steel frame, a remarkably powerful electric lift actuator, ultra-fast and super-smooth height adjustments, and a beautifully upholstered salon top.

    Key features of this stunning new fully-electric massage table include:

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  6. Table Weight: Does it Matter?

    In most cases, yes! In fact, if you are traveling regularly, table weight is critically important. Most massage tables fall between 30-38 pounds. Note that tables constructed of wood are generally heavier than tables constructed of aluminum. And, no, light tables aren’t necessarily lesser quality or weaker. Quality tables exist in the ‘heavy,’ ‘light,’ and ‘everything in-between’ categories.

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  7. Table Maintenance 101

    Yes, folks – Even the best, most well-constructed tables on the market require a little love from time to time. You may not be in the massage table manufacturing business, but you can still get to know the ‘ins’ and ‘outs’ of your table in an effort to prevent damage and maintain its “youthful vitality.” You’ll find a few tips below:

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  8. Before You Buy Your Next Massage Table

    Purchasing a new massage table can be a daunting task.It’s a big monetary investment and can have a pretty dramatic effect on your business. To help you prepare, I’ve put together a list of important questions to consider as you begin your quest. If you consider these and have your answers prepared ahead of time, your shopping experience will run quite a bit smoother.

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  9. Got Massage Lately?

    I am going to keep today’s blog short and sweet. I just want to share a story with you. A few weeks ago, I got really sick. I won’t bore you with the details, but suffice to say, I spent almost a week in bed. Not fun. Even after I started to recover, I didn’t feel quite like myself. For over a week, I was exhausted, had recurring headaches, and my neck and shoulders aching horribly(probably the result of many nights tossing and turning with fever). So, I scheduled a massage. And you know what? After an hour on that massage table, I was a new woman.

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  10. Winding Down

    Recently, I took a poll to see how massage therapists like to wind down at the end of a long day of massage. The results were both fantastic and occasionally even chuckle-worthy. Today, I thought I’d share a few of their suggestions. Even if these aren’t your idea of a relaxing “unwind,” I hope this list acts as a reminder to do something for yourself at the end of a long day.

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