Massage table review – for the sake of your clients

As I wrote in my post “Useful reiki tools and supplies“, massage table is something that would be useful if you are a reiki practitioner, although it is not an absolute necessity. In order to offer a good reiki session, not only should your client be comfortable, but you should also be able to sit comfortably for 60-90 minutes.

In this post, I will review some of the massage tables available in the market and make some recommendations. But before I start, I want to highlight 3 things you should bear in mind when choosing a good massage table.

  1. If you are opting for a portable, fold-able massage table, find one that it is light enough to carry, but also sturdy enough to withstand heavy clients. Legs of the table should also be adjustable, so that you can sit or stand comfortably during the session.
  2. Find a massage table with a removable headrest which has adjustable angles, rather than just a hole on the table, for more comfort.
  3. It should have an arm rest when the client is facing down. Again, this is not an absolute requirement, but it just adds to the comfort level.

Massage Imperial® Ultra Lightweight Professional Knightsbridge Aluminium 10Kg 2-Section Ivory reiki-massage-tableWhite Portable Massage Table Couch Bed Spa With 5cm/2

  • Table weight (without accessories): 10Kg
  • Length: 185cm, Width 60cm, Height 62-85cm
  • Adjustable table height and face cradle headrest
  • Free accessories, adjustable/removable deluxe face cradle, Front arm rest, 2 side arm supports, Carry case, Carry Bag

Price: £99.97 from

FoxHunter Luxury Portable Lightweight Massage Table Beauty Couch Therapy Bed Folded 3 reiki-massage-tableSection Aluminium Frame

  • Table weight: 14Kg
  • Height: adjustable from 68cm to 85cm
  • Extended table size:186cm(L) x 62cm(W) x 68cm-85(H)cm (exclude head and arm rest)
  • Adjustable headrest (6cm);1 front armrest sling with heavy duty strap
  • 2 side arm supports;1 face hole plug, carry bag, table cover

Price: £81.99 from

Massage Imperial® Deluxe Lightweight Black 3-Section Portable Massage Table Couch Bed Reikireiki-massage-table

  • Table weight (without accessories): 14Kg.
  • Length: 195cm (without headrest), Width (without side arms) 70cm, Adjustable Height 61.5-85cm.
  • Adjustable backrest, with 10 different adjustable positions, for your clients comfort. Reiki end plates for your comfort, this will help you to fit your legs under the table when doing more sitting work.
  • Table is made of the finest German Beech. Foam: 4cm high-density foam. Water & Oil resistant PVC leather.
  • Accessories, adjustable/removable face cradle, front arm rest, 2 side arm supports, carry case/bag and facehole plug.

Price: £74.97 from

Homcom Massage Table Bed Couch Beauty Bed 2 Section Therapy Bed Lightweight Portable reiki-massage-tableFolding Purple New

  • Product Dimensions: 182 x 60 x 87 cm ; 13 Kg
  • Width: 23 inches, Width w/arm support: 37inches, Length: 72 inches, Weight: 35 lbs, Length w/headrest: 91 inches
  • Adjustable table height: 24- 34 In(26in in the pic)
  • With free carry bag

Price: £66.99 from

If you have any questions or if you’d like me to review a product, please leave your comment below.

2 thoughts on “Massage table review – for the sake of your clients

  1. Oh, very cool! I guess massage table requirements for reiki are a bit different than for massage, because it is mostly static vs. dynamic work.

    I was a massage therapist for 15 years, and worked with some very large clients. I quickly found I needed a table higher weight capacity than most. even the average sized and small people loved my table because they felt more supported than on normally-sized ones. So that might be something to consider for those shopping for tables, especially because for reiki you want clients to be able to relax completely. this requirement is harder to fulfill in portable tables than hydraulic ones, but it can be done!

    • Hi Penelope

      Thanks for your comment! I totally agree about the sturdiness of the table to cater to large clients. There’s the question of sturdiness vs. portability if you need to do a lot of house visits. I’ll do a separate post/review on hydraulic tables for salons. Which massage table do you use?


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