CHAIR MASSAGE

Chair massage is a quick and convenient way to relax and rejuvenate while on the go. Unlike traditional massages that require you to undress and lie down on a table, chair massage is done while you sit fully clothed in a specially designed massage chair and will use a combination of kneading, compression, and acupressure techniques to target key areas of tension in your neck, shoulders, back, and arms.

During a chair massage session, the massage therapist will focus on specific pressure points to release tension, improve circulation, and promote relaxation. The massage chair is designed to provide support and comfort, allowing you to fully relax and enjoy the experience. Chair massage typically lasts between 10 to 30 minutes, making it perfect for a quick break during your busy day. Whether you are looking to relieve muscle tension, reduce stress, or simply unwind, chair massage can help you feel rejuvenated and refreshed in no time.



THE BENEFITS OF CHAIR MASSAGE

Relieves tension and stress:

Chair massage can help to alleviate tension in the muscles and reduce stress levels, leading to a greater sense of relaxation and well-being.

Improves circulation:

The techniques used in chair massage can help to increase blood flow to the muscles, which can promote healing and reduce muscle soreness.

Boosts energy levels:

Chair massage can help to increase energy levels and improve focus and concentration, making it a great option for those who need a quick pick-me-up during a busy day.

Enhances flexibility:

Regular chair massage sessions can help to improve flexibility and range of motion in the muscles, making it easier to move and perform daily activities.

Reduces pain and discomfort:

Chair massage can help to alleviate pain and discomfort in the muscles, making it an effective way to manage chronic conditions such as back pain or neck pain.


TECHNIQUES USED IN CHAIR MASSAGE

Effleurage:

Effleurage is a technique used in chair massage that involves long, sweeping strokes along the muscles. This gentle, gliding motion helps to warm up the muscles and prepare them for deeper work. It also promotes relaxation and helps to increase circulation.

Petrissage:

Petrissage is a kneading technique that is often used in chair massage. This technique involves lifting and squeezing the muscles to help release tension and improve circulation. Petrissage can be especially beneficial for clients who experience tightness in their shoulder and neck muscles.

Tapotement:

Tapotement is a rhythmic tapping or percussive technique that is commonly used in chair massage. This technique can help to stimulate the muscles, increase blood flow, and promote relaxation. Tapotement can be particularly effective for clients who are dealing with muscle tension or soreness.

Compression:

Compression is a technique that involves applying pressure to specific points on the body to help release tension and improve circulation. In chair massage, compression techniques can be used to target areas of tightness in the neck, shoulders, and back.