Four Treatment Tables You Need In Your Spa

Discover the technology behind some of the newest treatment tables to hit the market.

1. THE ELANTRA BY SILHOUET-TONE: Shown above, the Elantra is designed to allow for comfort and use during a variety of massage modalities as well as facials, injections, IPL/laser, and more. It features a lifting system that is ensured by a foot-operated remote control to enable an optimal and quiet height adjustment and boasts a wide storage space to keep supplies handy. 

2. TALISE BY OAKWORKS: Talise is an ergonomic treatment table that features an optional heated top and an adjustable body comfort system, which allows therapists to discreetly customize the comfort level via a powered system. It can also be customized through the Studio by Oakworks program.

3. CENTURY CITY BY LIVING EARTH CRAFTS: Century City offers electric height adjustment, an infrared hand-held remote control for wireless operation for control of the table, a digital warming drawer with variable heat and timing settings, an LED color-changing chromatherapy lighting system, and four tilt-out cabinets for ample and discreet storage.

4. MO1 AUGMENTED MASSAGE BY GHARIENI: MO1 Augmented Massage creates a multi-sensorial journey for both the client and therapist. The table boasts Motion Wave technology and built-in sensors, which analyze the position and speed of the therapist’s movement in real time and transforms it into sounds of deep relaxation. 

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