The Kneading Shiatsu Massager was designed by a professional massage therapist.
Use the massager in comfort of your favorite high backed chair, or lay down in bed or on the floor for a great neck massage.
The Kneading Massager can be used by anyone who has sore muscles.
You control the pressure of the massage by how hard you lean in to the unit, so you don't have to worry about too much pressure. Unlike massagers that vibrate or oscillate, the Kneading Massager employs two mechanical "thumbs" that provide deep, rhythmic kneading of muscles in your back, neck, shoulders, feet, arms and legs. By duplicating the firm hand action of a trained massage therapist, the unit relaxes your tight muscles. Tension melts away, and you feel soothed and refreshed.
Easy to use while watching TV.
Order while there are still units available at this great price. Return for a full refund if you are not completely satisfied.
4 soft, springy massage head with built- in heating and kneading
Massage head can do directed clockwise or counter-clockwise
Built-in over-heating prevention mechanism
Designed to massage acupuncture points i n the neck
Portable and easy to operate
Various exterior designs to choose from
12V DC power supply makes it safe in the home or car
Automatic timer: automatically powers down after each cycle (10 minutes)
Shiatsu (指圧) (shi meaning finger and atsu meaning pressure) is a type of alternative medicine consisting of the fingers and palm pressure, stretches, and other massage techniques. In the Japanese language, shiatsu means "finger pressure". Shiatsu techniques include massages with fingers, thumbs, feet and palms; assisted stretching; and joint manipulation and mobilization. The Japanese Ministry of Health defines shiatsu as "a form of manipulation by thumbs, fingers and palms without the use of instruments to apply pressure to the human skin to correct internal malfunctions, promote and maintain health, and treat specific diseases. The techniques used in shiatsu include stretching, holding, and most commonly, leaning body weight into various points along key channels.