Ergonomic chair massage
The chair massage is a type of massage, which is done with the client dressed and sitting in an ergonomic massage chair and comes to last between 10 and 30 minutes approximately.
The techniques used to make a chair massage are several, but the most used are those that derive from shiatsu. These are carried out in the form of kata with palm, digital, elbow and forearm presses on acupuncture points and meridians, stretching, compression and rubbing to disperse muscle tension.
What is a chair massage?
The Chair Massage is a set of relaxing massage techniques that will be used to find the psycho-corporeal balance quickly and effectively. The massage chair is made with the client dressed and seated in an ergonomic massage chair and last between 10 and 30 minutes approximately.
Use of ergonomic chair
Although the chair massage is “simple”, it can be adapted in any seated position, an ergonomic massage chair has been devised for this specific purpose.
The ergonomic chair is a chair specially designed for the comfort of the patient and facilitates the work of the masseur to access and act directly on the areas of greater concentration of tension (shoulders, neck, arms, back), achieving a rebalance of the energy flow Of the organism, without the need to use products and accessories, for that reason its application can be done perfectly, in any space and without need to take off the clothes. The generally portable ergonomic massage chair is ideal for a number of occasions:
- In the office.
- In parks.
- In sports functions.
- At exhibitions and fairs.
- In shopping malls
- At airports and train or bus terminals.
- In Spa, hairdressers and beauty salons.
- In gyms and sports halls.
- In public events of all kinds.