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Has anyone used Tahiti Ruby Massage Chairs?

Discussion in 'Indian Head Massage' started by Dove is the Guide, Feb 22, 2011.


  1. Dove is the Guide

    Dove is the Guide New Member

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    Nov 24, 2010
    Hello!

    I was just wondering if anyone has experience using this brand of chair for back, shoulder, neck, head and arm treatments?

    I'm looking to invest in a chair with an ergonomic design that is lightweight (v important,) easy to set up, take down, clean and comfortable for the client and therapist. Any feedback of using this make welcome, also alternative suggestions would be great.

    Thank you!

    Robyn xx
     
  2. T.J.

    T.J. Member

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    May 12, 2010
    hi robyn i bought one of those chairs last year after completing my holistic massage training. I have found it very useful for doing treatments you have described.
    I have also used it in situations where the person cannot get onto a massage table for various reasons, poor mobility etc. More recently i have used it with my hubby as he had damaged muscles in his back and couldnt lie down on the table.
    I have also found it very useful for massaging my niece with cystic fibrosis, when her chest is bad she prefers to have a chair massage.
    It is light and comes in a carrier bag or at least mine did, although sometimes i find it awkward to get into the bag. It is easy to wipe down and put up and take down.
    I did notice though that some people dont like putting their knees up on it and opt to keep their feet on the ground instead.
    Hope this helps
     
  3. LgTuttle

    LgTuttle Member

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    Oct 5, 2009
    Yes thank you, very helpful
     
  4. Cashew

    Cashew New Member

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    Dec 6, 2010
    Hi Robyn,

    It looks like a standard chinese import massage chair, which is identical to mine.

    I've found good for doing taster sessions, but have to be careful if the client is over 100Kgs because it can slip open. There is a restraining tether to stop it fully opening, but still can be a shock when it happens.

    HTH,
    Myarka.
     
  5. hfhoghqo

    hfhoghqo New Member

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    Jan 30, 2011
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    USA
    Hi there
    I used one of these chairs when I did my on site massage training and found it very easy to use. I ordered mine and it was delivered next day. I have found it easy to use and store. And for the price including next day delivery, I think you can't lose.

    P>S> I don't work for the company!
     
  6. ?Magul?

    ?Magul? New Member

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    Oct 7, 2010
    Just done a quick search. Have you seen this? Sport and Leisure are selling one for £49.99. Free delivery. Looks as if it is only in pink though. Offer ends 30 September.

    Tahiti Ruby Pink Massage Chair [Tahiti Ruby Pink Massage Chair FREE Carry Bagheight adjustableno stain pvc leather coveringLightweight steel frame4cm thick high density foamFREE NEXT DAY DELIVERY] - £49.99 : Sport & Leisure UK, Trampolines, outdoor f.
     

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