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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What size sheets fit a massage table?
This can differ depending on the size of the massage table. However, in general, most massage table coverings are smaller than twin size. Many choose standard massage top sheets, which measure around 63 inches wide and 100 inches long, designed to fit most massage tables. However, if you have a standard-sized massage table and prefer fitted sheets, then these typically come measuring approximately 36 inches by 77 inches with a 7-inch drop to accommodate cushioning and anything else that raises the sides of the table.
How can I transport my portable massage table?
For the masseuse on the go that visits client homes or places outside a spa or massage parlor, a portable massage table is a must. Before looking into transport options, first, think about the type of portable table to invest in. Smaller tables can be placed in a case and carried by hand while larger ones might need a trolley and a larger vehicle to fit them.
Once you’ve selected a table, it’s time to choose massage table carry cases and massage table carts. Here, there are lots of options to choose from. If the table is small and light enough, you can use an over-the-shoulder bag. Larger tables may require a bag with wheels. If you want to make transport easier or your table is particularly heavy, consider a massage table cart or trolley. Carts and trolleys are especially useful for tables stored in hard cases.
What is the hole in a massage table for?
This usually refers to massage table headrests—otherwise known as face cradles or face rests. They’re meant to cushion the client’s head to make the overall massage experience more comfortable. It has a hole in the middle so that patients can lay face down without twisting their necks to avoid scrunching their face. They’re also meant to provide massage table neck support and back support by helping ensure the client’s spine stays aligned comfortably during the massage.
How can I make my massage table more comfortable?
The best way to make your massage table more comfortable is with the right massage table accessories. When choosing massage accessories, focus on the whole body. That means start with things like comfortable armrests and leg rests. You can also get these as massage chair accessories.
Some of the absolute best massage table accessories include massage table bolsters and wedges, which are a flexible way to make clients more comfortable. There are also body cushion systems for even more comfort. Lastly, you should also have a pregnancy bolster on hand to help make pregnant clients more comfortable.
What is a Reiki endplate used for?
End plates are on the vertical part of the top of the massage table. They’re where the masseuse stands or sits when working on the client’s upper body. A reiki endplate differs from standard endplates in that it features a curved U-shaped design, which makes it much more comfortable for the masseuse to sit at the head of the table.
What are the must-have accessories for a portable massage table?
Must-have accessories for portable massage tables focus on comfort—both for the masseuse and for the client. For the masseuse, comfort means a carrying case that is easy to use and a carrying system—like a cart, shoulder bag, or trolley—that makes it easy to move the table from one location to another.
For the client, comfort means things like bolsters and body cushion systems. These help them relax with the right support so that they don’t feel discomfort or soreness while on the table. Table coverings are also something that you’ll need for both the client’s comfort and for sanitation. Keep a selection of coverings on-hand to easily switch to clean coverings between clients.