It can be tough to choose when there are so many choices but if you stick to a few simple guidelines you'll have no trouble choosing a Massage Table Warmer that is the perfect fit for your tables and your clients. Here are some things to think about when it comes to choosing a table warmer:
How much warmth do you need to provide?
Heated massages are a luxury that will make your clients happy, but not all clients will want that extra warmth. If the office that you work out of is chilly, or if the temperature tends to get cold where you live, it can be a nice extra to have a heated table for your clients. In that case a fleece blanket, sheepskin pad, or other thick and warm fabric can provide the warmth you need very cheaply. However, if you want to provide warmth as part of the massage in order to make the massage more effective or to apply heat for medical purposes then choosing a Massage Table Warmer with an electronic timer and different heat settings would suit your needs better.
How much can you afford?
You can get Massage Table Warmer s in all price ranges, from super inexpensive to super expensive. If you only have one table you can probably afford to spend more on a warming blanket or pad but if you have several tables or own a massage therapy studio you probably can't afford to install expensive electronic warmers on every massage table or chair. Take stock of your finances and see how much you can really afford before you shop for a new Massage Table Warmer.
Are you allergic to wool? Even if you're not, some of your clients might be, or they might not like the feeling of wool against their skin. Some people have ethical objections to objects made from silk fabric. Others can be allergic to synthetic fabric or chemical dyes. All of these things should be factored in your choice when you're choosing a table warmer. A hypo allergic natural fabric is usually the best choice.