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Archive for October 2010

A unique system which often provides the most beneficial results for folks when it comes to chair massages is the kneading, squeezing attribute. It basically mimics an actual massage therapist’s movements when it squeezes and kneads the muscle tissues of your back using firm yet tender movements.  It can help reestablish muscle elasticity as well as improving the circulation of blood in the actual locations being massaged.  Perhaps more importantly, the kneading, squeezing movements help provide thorough relaxation and comfort. A wide variety of preset programs help provide you with outstanding support for the relief of body pains and aches while assisting you to achieve the maximum comfort and relaxation available in a massage chair.

The leg rests and chair backs of today’s massage chairs are certainly amongst their finest attributes. Both are typically quite simple to use and provide instant relaxation and comfort. With many models, all you need to do is to press a button on the remote control in order to recline the chair. The leg rest and back portions of the chair work with each other to enable you to fully stretch your entire body. The leg rest will generally rise after you recline the actual back of the chair, or it may raise simultaneously. Likewise, when you raise the back of the massage chair, the leg rest will then be lowered. The near zero-gravity position attainable by reclining the chair back and raising up your leg rest is ideal for proper distribution of your body’s weight which helps to alleviate the stress on your spine while providing maximum comfort.

An air massage system is among the most popular capabilities of lots of today’s most popular massage chairs and recliners. A lot of air massage systems include 2-4 automated massage preset programs. Each program is specifically designed by the manufacturer to provide comfort and relaxation to different areas of the body. The majority of air massage systems are made up of around 6-8 airbags. With many chairs, you will normally find 2-4 airbags in the seat of the chair and then 2 in the back and 2 in the neck region of the chair. With many chairs and recliners, you can even fine-tune the amount of air pressure to a few distinct intensities, to ensure that your massage is fully adapted to your comfort and needs.

A remarkable element included with a lot of the modern day massage recliners and chairs is the adjustable footrest. An adjustable footrest is easy to customize and enables folks to lengthen the footrest so that it can comfortably cater to people who have longer than average legs. The adjustable footrests which come with a lot of massage chairs are typically able to be extended for an additional 4 to 6 inches. The sole support of many footrests can also often be adjusted in order to ensure a perfect fit.  And with some models, you can also turn the front of the actual footrest upward as much as 90 degrees. This particular function provides even more comfort than a “standard” chair and many of today’s adjustable footrests even come equipped with strategically positioned air bags in the footrest itself to provide a totally relaxing experience.