The Best Place To Put Your New Massage Chair
The day you’ve been waiting for has finally arrived: your new, luxurious massage chair has just been delivered. You and the members of your household ooh and aah over it for a while before you decide to put it in its designated spot, only to find that it doesn’t look as good there as you thought. So you start thinking about the best place to put your new massage chair and draw a blank. If this is you, or if you’d like to avoid this scenario, read on to learn all the pros and cons of putting a massage chair in different locations in the house.
After a long day, a lot of us like to relax with our favorite TV show, movie, or sporting event, and the living or family room is usually where the biggest TV in the house is. Having a massage chair in front of the TV just makes the experience even more relaxing. The one caveat is that the living room is a high-traffic area, so if you are just trying to close your eyes and enjoy a little quiet and serenity, you may not get it unless no one else is home.
If you’re trying to avoid the hustle and bustle of public spaces, the bedroom is the perfect place for a massage chair. Most people agree that to help you sleep, it’s good to associate the bedroom with only relaxation and sleep. Since massage can improve sleep quality, a massage chair lends itself to this perfectly. But if you are want to do other things while sitting in your massage chair, like work on your laptop, it may negatively affect the quality of your sleep.
Speaking of impacting the quality of your sleep, if there is one room that parents of babies spend some late nights in, it’s the nursery. On top of this, caring for babies and small children—bending over to pick them up, carrying them—can take a toll on our muscles. Since we are up rocking a baby, we might as well get a little soreness relief in too. The one problem to avoid is falling asleep while rocking a newborn in the middle of the night.
Man-Cave or She-Shed
The man-cave or she-shed is the perfect combination of relaxing getaway and home-entertainment venue, making it a great choice for your chair. Since this is your spot, you can personalize your relaxation even more by adding some of our Homedics products. The only thing you may have to be concerned with is moisture, depending on where your space is. For example, if your man-cave is in the basement, there is a greater possibility of flooding, which is not good for the chair.
Ultimately, there isn’t one best place to put your massage chair. Where you put it depends on what you want to get out of it. And really, isn’t the ability to personalize your relaxation experience why you bought the massage chair in the first place?