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massage table

I've been thinking about buying a massage table for a while. After picking up ez2beve's a few weeks ago and realizing how light it actually was, I started looking into them. (I was thinking of building one, but for the prices that I'm seeing, it's just not worth it.)
I think I finally found one that I like-- it's not too expensive, it has a vinyl cover instead of a cloth one (much easier to clean), 3" of foam, an adjustable headrest, and some additional accessories. And it's lightweight (33 lbs with everything) and durable (dynamic load of over 500 lbs). And I can get reiki legs for it; they will allow you to put your knees under the head and feet of the table so you can use a chair if you want.

Then again, I'm not giving a lot of massages down here.

I really should consider it, as I'm out of practice, and I need to get the strength and stamina back in my arms and hands. The last massage I did, I really felt it the next day.

Ideally, I'd like to find someone else intersted in massage who will do exchanges, share techniques, and just generally explore new styles.

Hmm... that gives me an idea.


Jul. 14th, 2004 11:26 am (UTC)
Hmmm -
I don't know what price you've found for a table. Sam's did have them for sale for $199 last year. A few friends of mine bought them and they were very similar to mine.

If you are interested in learning some energy work, I could give you some info/ideas. We aren't that far apart these days.

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