WHAT IS CHAIR MASSAGE THERAPY?
Chair massage is similar to table massage in most ways, except that clients kneel in a specialized chair equipped with a pad and face cradle to support their head and chest instead of laying on a table. Most chairs come with extendable armrests for enhanced upper bodywork, and they’re fully adjustable for height and comfort.

HOW IS CHAIR MASSAGE PERFORMED?
A professional chair massage is performed with the same care and precautions as the whole table version. Massage therapists ask clients about their goals and physical limitations. After a brief discussion, they’re seated face-forward in the chair, and adjustments are made for comfort. The purpose of using a chair during the massage was to increase the client’s relaxation and allow them to remain somewhat upright and aligned in the seated position. Since chair massage deals primarily with the upper extremities and limbs of the body the client’s clothes always stay on.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF CHAIR MASSAGE?
Adverse physical effects such as muscle tension, tissue binding, and muscular knotting can lead to headaches and joint discomfort. The damage, if left untreated, can cause long-term effects. Prioritizing comfort and general health is a vital part of maintaining a high quality of life. The chair massages are limited to the upper body, however, the benefits are similar to full-body table versions and include stress reduction, enhanced circulation, increases physical flexibility, a more vibrant immune system, pain relief, deeper sleep, improved athletic performance, a brighter mood, and better chronic disease management.