Benefits of a Massage during a Pedicure

Benefits of a Massage during a Pedicure

Posted by Natalie Zolotnik on 06 28 19

Pedicures have evolved over the years from a bucket of water to luxurious Foot Spas that incorporate heating, vibration and full function massage pedicure chairs. The latter is a major feature on new pedicure chairs due to the great benefits of massage, after all who doesn’t like a back massage!

Kneading – Continued oscillation relieves tension and soreness by lifting and stretching muscles. Improves circulation and helps bring vital stimulation to all areas of your back.

Kneading & Tapping – Relieves muscle tension and spinal pressure, improves circulation and invigorates the spine all at the same time.

Tapping or Knocking – Gentle tapping flexes spinal joints and relieves pressure on the spinal column, invigorating the back and reducing stress.

Rolling – Warms and loosens your back muscles in preparation for a deeper massage. Relieves muscle tension and continuous rolling helps to reduce stress.

Vibration only – Another option for clients who prefer mechanical vibration to reduce their muscles and back tensions.

Adding Heating on Top of a massage greatly enhances features for pedicure spa chairs, as heat contributes to additional muscle relaxation.

Belava offers heat and vibration on most of our no-plumbing pedicure spa chairs as a standard option. Click here to see what Belava offers.