Shiatsu Massage ChairEverything you ever wanted to know about Shiatsu and how Katana can help
Shiatsu is a Japanese word that means “finger pressure.” As you might guess, shiatsu massage (and the Katana shiatsu massage chair) use techniques that press and apply finger-like pressure to the muscles of your neck, shoulders, low back, glutes, and hamstrings. When it’s dome properly, a shiatsu massage chair, stretches and works tired and sore muscles which can in turn help relax both your body and mind.
Any good shiatsu massage chairs offers the following features and capabilities:
- It will be a full body shiatsu massage chair that offers coverage from the neck all the way down to the backs of the hamstrings. Based on this, are Katana massage chairs “full body shiatsu massage chairs?” Answer: YES!
- It will be a zero gravity shiatsu massage chair that allows you to position you body in a deep recline, neutral posture and raise your feet and calves above your heart. Based on this, are Katana massage chairs “zero gravity shiatsu massage chairs?” Answer: YES!
- It will be a shiatsu chair that also offers massage to the full length of the arms from your shoulders down to your fingertips. Does a Katana massage chair offer this? Answer: YES!
It will be a shiatsu massage chair that does not neglect your calves and feet. So many of our customers tell us that a good calf and foot massage is critical to their decision making process. We agree, and we have designed the calf and foot programs to stimulate your lower extremities perfectly. Does a Katana massage chair offer calf, foot, and acupressure roller massage to the soles of your feet? Answer: YES!
- It will be a shiatsu massage chair that is an affordable massage chair. You can buy shiatsu massage chairs that cost between two and TEN TIMES the price of a Katana chair, but you won’t find a better value massage chair, with the critical core set of capabilities covered above, from anyone else.
A carefully made shiatsu massage chair mimics the finger press of a shiatsu master through varied, targeted movements in the problem areas: neck, shoulders, low back, and glutes (to help with sciatic pain). A combination of kneading, tapping, and rolling are carefully assembled to stimulate your acupressure points.
A full-body shiatsu massage that also offers zero gravity recline can help relieve back pain and offer healing benefits to the arms and legs.