Keep Rollin...

Massage rollers are becoming more and more advanced with each new chair debut. Our top selling IT-8500 has customers raving over how wondrous the six massage techniques are during their massages. By maintaining the natural “S” shape of the spine from the neck through the lumbar region with its S-Track, this profoundly relaxing massage chair eliminates pain between your intervertabral discs. While rhythmic massage soothes fatigued muscles, releases tension and restores a healthy state of wellness. Watch our video to see the rollers in action! Here are some reviews to see what the buzz is all about!

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Keep Athletes Healthy

Massage & fitness go hand and hand. According to the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), massage acts to improve performance, reduce pain, prevent injury, encourage focus and shorten recovery time.  It basically involves two types of responses: a mechanical response as a result of the pressure and movement and a reflex response where the nerves respond to the stimulation of a massage.

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Let the Light in!

Chromotherapy is a proved science that hues of light influence the emotions and mood therefore the mind of ones well-being. Theses different colored lights create these moods and emotions and influence the brain activity. Different colors give off different vibes and affect the mindset of one's brain.

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How to Maintain Your Massage Chair

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What can I do to maintain my chair?

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To keep your chair looking like new, little maintenance is required. If you would like to, we recommend periodically wiping down the chair with a quality leather / vinyl cleaner/ protector. Make sure when you do this that the power cord is plugged in tightly and is not worn. Check all of the zippers to insure they are connected well. You can vacuum the footrest area as it accumulates debris as well.  You may also unzip and wash on a gentle washer cycle all of the inserts for the footrest and arm pockets.  Air-drying them is strongly recommended to avoid shrinking.  Replacements of these fabric pieces are NOT covered under warranty.

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What is an Airbag Massage?

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What is an Airbag Massage?

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Our chairs are all equipped with airbags for massage. The airbags are located all over the chair to deliver relief to your entire body. These airbags squeeze, compress, knead, roll and swing the body.  When compressing the airbags are working in a wave-like motion to loosen up muscle tension or pushing the muscles deeper into the rollers for a deeper massage. When kneading the airbags are mimicking the motion of human hands to help promote circulation. They even work in wave-like motions on some of the chairs to help smooth away tension. Watch our video for more details!

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Got the Summer Blues?

Don't get the summer blues, the heat is here to stay with the heat feature that is a part of our Infinity iYashi Massage Chair. Feel like your still at the beach no matter what season it may be. The lumbar heat on the iYashi warms up the chair creating a sensation as if the rollers are heating your back up and down.

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How Stress Affects Your Body & Mind

Tense? Worked-up? Fatigued? These are some of the many signs of stress, of which can be very harmful to your body and mind. Your body becomes stressed by battling continuous challenges without relief and begins to wear on your well-being.

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Apps & Chairs

We've developed user-friendly mobile apps to make the use of your Infinity iYashi massage chair more convenient than ever. Read on to learn more!

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Intensity How You Like It

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How can I reduce the massage intensity?

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Like any form of therapy, moderation should be heeded during initial sessions using lower time intervals, as well as days off between your first few massages.  Additionally using a “throw blanket” on top of the back pad will assist in lowering the intensity level of your massage.  Infinity ™ also has a back pad insert available for purchase to reduce the intensity level in the same manner as the throw blanket.  In addition, to reduce the intensity, you can position the chair to an upright stance. The closer it is to this stance the softer the massage will be. The Auto Programs too, have a significant amount of the massage technique kneading, which has a higher intensity level.  By selecting the manual settings of Tapping, Knocking, and Shiatsu you can experience a more relaxed and softer massage.

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