What is the average size of a massage table?
Tables come in widths anywhere from 28 to 35 inches, and range in heights of 20 to 36 inches. The width is not adjustable, but tables generally have an adjustment of about ten inches, which helps accommodate not only you as a massage therapist, but also allows for differences you may encounter in client size.
Why is it important to have an Organised massage room?
Everything you own should have a designated purpose and place. This way, your clients will find the room spacious and feel relaxed and at ease. Plus, you’ll also feel more organized and energized, which can create positive energy in your work environment.
What do you put under a massage table?
Just like giving a room a fresh lick of paint, you can cover your massage table and hide any blemishes with a fresh cotton or terry towel fitted couch cover. They come in different styles and colours so you can choose a colour that best suits your decor.
What should I look for when buying a massage table?
TOP 11 FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHILE CHOOSING A MASSAGE TABLE
- Table weight.
- Quality and fabric styles.
- Weight capacity.
- Width of a massage table.
- Table height and length.
- Adjustable features.
- Foam thickness.
How do I choose a portable massage table?
If you are a mobile therapist who carries the table a lot, aim to choose a table of 14kg or less. The lighter, the better. If you are a home or clinic based therapist, anything up to 21kg should be fine, as long as you can fold it up, put it away and move it from room to room with ease.
How long should a massage table last?
Even if a “cheap” table uses the same design, the lower quality of materials will cause the table to wear out sooner, be it in the frame, vinyl, or foam. And, in six months to 18 months you’ll be faced with the necessity of having to purchase another massage table.