Portable and Folding Massage Tables

Selecting the right portable massage table is essential to your practice. Whether you have an in-home or mobile business, your table must be easy to set up, reliably strong and durable, convenient to use, and affordable. At Massage Warehouse, we offer a complete inventory of lightweight aluminum and wood tables with a wide variety of color options, materials and fabrics, heights, and headrest combinations. Choose from industry leading manufacturers such as NRG, Earthlite, Stronglite, Oakworks, Custom Craftworks and more… Create your signature style with confidence in our quality at the lowest prices guaranteed! Read More Read Less

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Portable Massage Tables


As most Massage Therapists know, your massage table is a significant investment. It also serves as the centerpiece to creating a peaceful and soothing environment for your clients week after week. This is why it's so important to maintain the condition of your massage table to ensure it lasts for years to come.

Here are some guidelines to help keep your massage table clean and in tip-top shape:

  1. How, and How Often Should You Clean Your Table
  2. Cleaning your table regularly can help minimize the spread of germs from one client to the next. If you do not use a table warmer of fleece pad, you should clean your table after each client. A solution of mild soapy water will help you cut any oils or body grime left on the table. Follow up with a cleaner that contains no alcohol.

    A great suggestion is PURE GREEN. Using a disinfectant containing Alcohol will dry your vinyl and can void your warranty with many manufacturers.

    Microfiber cloths
    are recommended for use with this product for best results.

    If you use table additives such as table warmers, fleece pads, egg crates, or memory foam toppers, you should remove these items at least once a day and clean your vinyl. In between clients, you can help prevent cross contamination by utilizing either a disposable or reusable moisture barrier. This will prohibit the residue from a massage from permeating and depositing on your table additives, helping you maintain a clean and comfortable table. These barriers are silent, and are virtually undetectable under the sheet. These are positions above the table additives and below the sheet.

  3. Maintaining Your Table
  4. Taking a proactive approach to the care of your table will minimize the risk of unnecessary damage, help eliminate the opportunity for injury to the client, and help you develop a regular routine that will maximize the life of your table. You should regularly check the condition of your massage table as part of your cleaning routine. Check the frames, braces, legs, and connections of your table and look out for leg adjustment knobs regularly. Nothing is worse than a wobbly table when giving a massage. Tighten the knobs, nuts and bolts and look out for cracks or any other sign of damage. Take the opportunity to switch the face cradle regularly from end to end. This will lessen any natural wear and tear on the table.

  5. Always Keep Your Massage Table Covered and Properly Stored
  6. Never leave your massage table uncovered. Leaving it bare can leave it open to spills, or damage from someone sitting on it with sharp objects like keys, phones, pens and other items in their pocket. Always have a sheet or a protective fleece cover on the table, even when not in use. When transporting the table, always place it in the table bag to protect the vinyl from scuffs or abrasions. Don’t leave your Massage Table in your car where it is exposed to extreme temperatures. This can cause upholstery to weaken becoming more vulnerable to rips and tears. Oils can also damage your table so it’s very important to remove oil stained sheets from your table at the end of the day. (Mild soapy water can remove residue, follow with a disinfectant like PURE GREEN for best results. This is a perfect non-alcohol solution for cleaning.) Be mindful of your sheets as well, as these should never be allowed to sit overnight soiled. Sheets should be cleaned daily. To get the best results, utilize a detergent specifically designed with enzymes that help remove the grime left from massage lubricants.


How much weight does a portable massage table hold?

Portable massage tables typically hold a working weight, or the combined weight of the client and the amount of downward pressure applied during treatment, of 500 to 600 pounds.

How can I make my folding massage table more comfortable?

To create a relaxing bed for your clients, layering is key. Start with a massage table with generous built-in padding and consider adding layers of comfort.

Fleece Table & Face Cradle Padding or Table Warmer

Quality Massage Table Sheet Set and Face Cradle Cover

Blanket for Covering Client

Other considerations such as essential oils and diffusers, music, and dim lighting also lend to the overall aesthetic and experience.

What factors should I consider when choosing a portable massage table?

Choosing the right table involves consideration of two main factors: client comfort and therapist effectiveness. Although it is important that your client comfortably fit on the table, it is equally important that the therapist is able to effectively provide treatment. The following guidelines will help you make the right decision:

Size of the Massage Bed (Width, Length, & Height)

Depending on therapist preference, the width of the bed should be between 28” to 32.” For added roominess, consider armrest extensions. The standard length is typically 73” but some tables offer accessories like face cradles and leg rests that add anywhere from 7” to 18.”

Adjustable Features

Choosing a massage table with an adjustable height setting is ideal to accommodate sharing between different size therapists or to allow for more leverage in treatments requiring deeper tissue accessibility.

Portability Factor

The weight of the table itself may factor in considerably for a mobile massage therapist. Portable tables typically weigh in between 22 and 46 pounds. Investing in a carrying case, if not provided, is highly recommended.

Weight Capacity

The weight capacity of a massage table is determined by the Working Weight, or the combined weight of the client and the amount of downward pressure applied during treatment. A working weight of 500-600 lbs is typically sufficient.

Foam Thickness

A thick, high quality foam will ensure that your client’s entire body is supported and comfortable throughout the treatment and will last for years to come. Industry standard calls for a 2” foam cushion; however, many portable tables include 2.5” to 3” padding for added comfort.

Types of Upholstery

Entry-level tables are often upholstered with a PVC Leather fabric. PVC leather is traditionally the most affordable option but lacks the comfort of the less economical alternative. A slightly more expensive alternative is PU leather, or polyurethane leather. This 100% synthetic fabric is an artificial leather made of thermoplastic polymer and is considered vegan. Another form of PU leather, called bicast leather, incorporates actual leather coated with polyurethane and is not vegan. Both of these alternatives are soft and hold up well to continued use.

Quality Construction

Massage tables are typically constructed of wood or aluminum framing. When comparing tables in the same quality class, both materials can be equally as strong and have equal working weight thresholds. Entry level aluminum, however, is weaker than the professional grade material used in the higher end versions which directly affects the table’s longevity and can potentially dent or bend over time. If you prefer the wood aesthetic, inspect the frame for common wood flaws like knots and cracks.


Most importantly your table needs to fit your budget. And for that reason, we offer a variety of price points that allow therapists to get their business going and upgrade when the time is right.