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Foot & Calf Massage - Infinity Presidential Massage Chair - YouTube
Transcript of Video Titled “Foot & Calf Massage – Infinity Presidential Massage Chair”

[SCREEN TEXT: Foot & Calf Massage]

Alan: Hi, I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com‘ and today we’re going to talk about the foot-and-calf massage of the Infinity Presidential massage chair. I kind of like the foot-and-calf massage of this one because it is an encased foot massage, massager.

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Alan: It’s too small if you’ve got feet that are bigger than size 13, even though the chair itself can handle tall bodies, if you’ve got really big feet, you’re going to have a problem. If you’ve got short and small feet like mine, you’ll fit in any chair, but if you’ve got feet like Shaquille O’Neal, that might be a problem. But anyway, this chair, it uses foot rollers, and it uses foot airbags, and it uses calf airbags, but it also has, the airbags in the feet also have toe airbags, and so I’m going to have you come in a little bit here, Jacob. One of the problems that people have when they first sit in this chair, if they don’t have experience with it, is they put their toes on top of the toe airbags, not realizing that this is an airbag, and then it gets pushed on once, and then there’s a Velcro sticker, and they break the Velcro, but it still feels like it doesn’t quite fit. So, when you get in this chair, do not push down on these toe airbags. So, you bring your feet in, slide them underneath, and get yourself positioned in the chair.

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Alan: Now, I’m going to turn on the airbags, or the foot, the foot-and-calf massage mechanism, which is not just the airbags, but it includes the foot rollers as well, and you will see here – just a minute, we’ll get this going – alright, legs and feet. You’ll see that the airbags are already inflating on the toes here, they’re already inflating on the sides of the feet, and the rollers are going. You can see my feet moving, and that’s the rollers underneath, and there’s airbags on the sides of the feet, on the toes, and there are some that grab the right where the Achilles tendon is as it attaches in to the heel bone, the Achilles heel, I guess you’d say. But anyway, that’s the airbag functionality of the foot, and now the airbags are inflating on the calves. You can see the airbags inflating. You can adjust the airbag intensity. This is not very strong, I would probably turn it up a little higher for me, and if you’ve got really skinny legs, maybe you’ll even have to do it more, because it takes a little bit more air to reach your tiny little legs.

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Alan: But if you got big fat calves like I do, I like to turn it up a little bit higher just to get a really strong, intense compression. But while that’s compressing, the calves don’t have rollers in them, like the feet do, but it has knobules that are behind the calf muscles, and those knobules kind of jut in to the gastrocnemius muscles, or the calf muscles, and then the airbags, like the feet, they inflate and push the calves in to those knobules. In the feet, the airbags inflate and push your feet on to the rollers. So, it kind of accentuates the whole foot massage, foot-and-calf massage experience. It’s fantastic, and I don’t know if you’ve ever – well, like some people can’t stand having their feet touched by anybody or anything – so foot rollers are kind of a temperamental thing for some people. But boy, if you have sore feet, or if you’re on your feet all day, or if you walk all day, or whatever the case may be, boy, you will fall in love with the foot massager, and you know, the foot rollers and the foot airbags.

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Alan: And even if a chair doesn’t have foot rollers, you still have airbags, it’s fantastic, and the calf knobules in the back, and the calf airbags, fantastic, and you will love it. It will refresh you, and you know, what’s reflexology, it’s all about hitting specific points, reflexology points under your feet that affect the health of the whole body, according to the philosophy and the theory. Well, why the heck not have a foot roller hitting every point back there, and airbags pushing down, and just massaging all of that for you, it’s fantastic. But anyway, that is the foot-and-calf massage mechanism of the Infinity Presidential massage chair.

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Alan: I hope you found this video helpful. If you did, please feel free to thumbs up ‘Like’ us on our YouTube channel, and of course, help us spread the word about massage chairs by sharing this video on any of your social media platforms that you use, whether it’s Facebook, LinkedIn, Google Plus, Instagram, Twitter, whatever. We just appreciate you helping us spread the word. I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com,’ and I will see you again on the next video. Bye bye.

Click on the following link to watch this Infinity Presidential massage chair tutorial on our YouTube channel.

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Neck Massage - DreamWave M.8 Massage Chair - YouTube

Transcript of Video Titled “Neck Massage – DreamWave M.8 Massage Chair”

[SCREEN TEXT: Neck Massage]

Alan: Hi, I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com‘ and today I’m going to demonstrate how the neck roller kneading works in the headpiece of the new DreamWave M.8 massage chair.

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Alan: You’ll notice that this headpiece, which is kind of the focal point for the neck massage on the M.8, has this roller mechanism inside. See how the rollers are working in kind of like in opposite tandem? So, the left side goes up, the right side goes down, and vice versa. Well, when you turn on the programming for – or any auto-program, or the manual setting – for the neck massage, you’re going to see that these rollers are working.

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Alan: Now, they’re working in concert, both working the same way. So, they do two things, they go in and out, in and out, you can see that, where my hands are, and then it does that for a few seconds, and then it stops, and then the left side goes, and the right side goes. So, the next thing you’re going to see is, you’re going to see to see the rollers – now you see the left go, and then the right go – left go, and right go.

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Alan: That’s how we started. Remember, you saw the way that they kind of created this tandem massage, doing the opposite on each, one side doing the opposite of the other side. Anyway, that is how the neck massage mechanism works on the headpiece of the new DreamWave M.8 massage chair.

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Alan: I hope you found this video helpful. If you did, please feel free to thumbs up ‘Like’ us on our YouTube channel, and of course, help us spread the word about massage chairs, and this chair, by sharing this video through your social media platforms. We appreciate you helping us spread the word. I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com,’ and I will see you again on the next video. Bye bye.

Click on the following link to watch this DreamWave M.8 massage chair tutorial on our YouTube channel.

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Space Saver - Infinity Genesis Massage Chair - YouTube

Transcript of Video Titled “Space Saver – Infinity Genesis Massage Chair”

[SCREEN TEXT: Sliding Base]

Alan: Hi, I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com‘ and today I want to highlight a feature on the Infinity Genesis 3D L-track massage chair called the sliding base.

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Alan: Now, we don’t see this on a lot of chairs. The old Infinity Iyashi used to have it, and now the Infinity Genesis has it. And what that means is that – OK, most – this is a space-saver chair, right? So, you could put the chair within one to five inches, a space-saver chair, you can put anywhere from one to five inches from a wall, and it’ll recline, and it won’t hit the wall. On a standard S-track chair, where it’s not an L, and the chair doesn’t scoot down when you recline it, this one goes back, and it’ll hit the wall if you’re closer than like 13 inches. But these space-savers, because it’s an L-shape, it’s like a cup, it kind of scoops underneath, and stays equidistant from the wall.

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Alan: Well, this chair has a thing called a sliding base, which is another version of a space saver, where when you turn it on, the chair will actually slide forward, and then tilt back. And these chairs, you can actually put really close to the wall, about an inch away from the wall. A typical space saver is three to five inches, this one a little bit, a little bit closer even, and that’s a pretty neat feature. So, what we’ll do is, maybe I’ll have you come over to this side, Jacob, and we can film this, but you’ll see down here, watch what happens when I turn on the chair, you’ll see that the base, the body of the chair is sliding. They call it a sliding base, you can kind of, if you move in here, you can see it moving. See the base of the chair moving forward? It moves forward about a foot, and after it’s moved forward about a foot, then it reclines, and the program begins. Now, watch, see how far forward that has moved from the back of the chair? Now, now it tilts back, and so that is called, that is a feature that allows for this chair to be a space saver.

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Alan: And again, you could put it up against the wall, or I mean, pretty close against the wall. And then when you’re done, you just, when the chair shuts off, you’ll notice that the chair inclines again, and the base is starting to slide back toward the rear of the chair. That is the sliding base feature of the Infinity Genesis massage chair, very cool, space saving’s cool, especially nowadays when there’s, in cities where you can’t build very big places, where you’ve got a small house or small apartment, space saver does help. It’s still a big bloody chair, but at least you can put it up against the wall and save some space front to back.

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Alan: Well, that is it, and I hope you found this video helpful. If you did, please feel free to thumbs up ‘Like’ us on our YouTube channel, and of course, help us spread the word about massage chairs by sharing this video on your Facebook, or Twitter, or Google Plus, or LinkedIn, or Instagram social media platforms. We appreciate you helping us spread the word about massage chairs. I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com,’ and I will see you again on the next video. Bye bye.

Click on the following link to watch this Infinity Genesis massage chair tutorial on our YouTube channel.

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The Panasonic chairs used to be designed, engineered, quality control tested, and built in Japan. Now, the engineering and design are still done in Japan, but the chairs are being built at Chinese factories within which the Panasonic quality control is still implemented. It is the quality control that separates the Japanese chairs from the rest.

The Panasonic massage chairs have always been of a superior quality, reflected in their 3 year parts and labor warranty as well as their low failure rate and longevity. When I first got into the massage chair business in 2005,  whenever someone came looking for a new chair to replace their old one, they always seemed to have a ready-to-retire Panasonic that had lasted them 10-20 years. I still get some customers like that. Good chairs.

Panasonic MAJ7 massage chair

For the last few years we have been selling the MA70 and the MA73 models, the differences of which I’ve highlighted in a previous video. Well, in 2018 at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES), the new Panasonic MAJ7 was introduced to the US market. I was at that CES and sat in the J7 for a spell, with a staffer explaining the features of the chair while I sat and enjoyed the massage. You can watch that video here.

Today, on the request of a customer, I am going to outline the differences between the MAJ7 and it’s predecessor, the MA73 in this article:

  1. Softer Padding – One thing I immediately noticed about the chair, when I first sat in it, was how much softer the seating was. It felt like the engineers put in additional padding and pillows to give the chair a softer, more comfortable fit. I liked it quite a bit.
  2. Massage Intensity – Another thing I noticed was how much stronger the roller massage was throughout the spine in the J7, except maybe the neck massage. The J7 offers a stronger massage to the low back and hips, while maybe having a little less intense neck massage. However, the rollers of both chairs still hit the top of the shoulders just great. Panasonic chairs are some of the very few massage chairs that actually offer roller massage to that area. It’s a pretty good feature, in my book. The rollers on the J7 can protrude as much as 4.9″, which explains it’s increased intensity.
  3. Mechanical Foot Rollers – The J7 is the first Panasonic massage chair model that has mechanical foot rollers. The Japanese have been the slowest to adopt this feature into their massage chairs, but Panasonic has now come around to the idea…and from our experience, it is one of the better foot rollers out there. The Japanese may be late to the game but, as expected, they are worth the wait.
  4. Rotating Ottoman – One of the well-liked features of the MA73 is the rotating ottoman that allows you to hide the calf and foot wells. The feature helped the MA73 serve as a recliner as well as a therapeutic massage chair. But, because of the addition of the foot rollers, the rotating feature of the ottoman is no longer available.
  5. Airbag Intensity Adjustment – Most massage chairs have an airbag compression intensity adjustment, but very, very few have the ability to adjust the airbag intensity of one set of airbags independent of the other airbags. The J7 allows you to do that. So, if the arms are too strong, but the rest of the airbags are just right at the current setting, you can turn down the arm airbag intensity while leaving the rest as is.
  6. Heated Rollers – Another big hit in the MA73 is still available on the J7.
  7. Core Programs – Most of the auto programs are the same in both models, but the J7 introduces an auto program (and a stretch program) known as “Core”. What the chair does is substantially inflate the seat airbags so that your whole body is lifted up off the chair seat. While that happens, the rollers position themselves at the low back and then roll up and down while the airbags inflate and deflate. The Core stretch program goes a little further by inflating the leg, feet, and shoulder airbags while the body is lifted up by the seat airbags to traction the spine in the form of a stretch. The interesting thing here is that when the seat airbags lift you up, the rollers move down the low back and actually hit the top of the glute muscles, almost simulating an L-track roller massage without actually having an L-track. The term “J7” actually refers to a “J” track massage to the glutes and hips thanks to this airbag “lift”.
  8. Pressure Sensing – At CES, Panasonic had a very interesting display (and you can see it on the same video I alluded to at the beginning of this article) that demonstrated how sensitive a rigged roller mechanism was in the process of imitating a hand written calligraphy message that was mimicked and programmed into the mechanism’s software. For the first time in the massage chair industry, a massage mechanism is actually measuring the pressure it is applying to your back muscles much like a real massage therapist. The roller mechanism measures the PSI 1000 times per second to make sure that the rollers match the depth preference you selected on the remote control. Pretty cool stuff!
  9. Kneading Modes – The J7 comes with 6 new kneading modes that are employed at different parts of your back. See the image below for an explanation. 

That about covers the differences. The J7 still has the heated rollers, memory function, simple to use remote control (looks exactly the same except for some programming buttons), great arm air massage, and body silhouette as the MA73. It just has more sophisticated programming available for the discriminating massage chair user.

Dr. Alan Weidner

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Massage Chair Industry Update - May 10, 2019 - YouTube
Transcript of Video Titled “Massage Chair Industry Update – May 10, 2019”

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Alan: Hi, I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com’ and today is our biweekly massage chair industry update for Friday, May 10th, 2019. Thanks for joining me, lots of good stuff to cover today.

[SCREEN TEXT: Mother’s Day & Father’s Day Sales]

Alan: We’re in the Mother’s Day/Father’s Day season, and typically we’ll see some sales during this time of the year, and there’s a couple that are kind of notable right now. One is the Luraco iRobotics 7 has $500 off on the website. So, check off the box that has $500 off, or instant savings. And also, the Positive Posture Brio, like the Christmas holiday special, or the yeah, the holiday special last year, when you buy a Positive Posture Brio, you also get a Positive Posture Sol chair free, as well. So, you’re getting two-for-one chairs, that Sol is worth about $1999, I believe, I believe that’s the retail price of it. So, that’s a very nice offer as well. So, there’s a couple of things for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. For Father’s Day, what we would recommend you do is call our showrooms.

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Alan: There are certain sales that we can’t offer on our websites, but we can tell you what specials we have in our showrooms, if you call, and you can reach us at 888-259-5380, and either myself, or Michael, or Dominic will be able to help you with that.

[SCREEN TEXT: New Model – Osaki First Class]

Alan: OK, what else have we got cooking? We have a new model on the website now. It’s called the Osaki First Class. Now, this chair I saw for the first time when I was at the Furniture Market back in January in Las Vegas, and I talked briefly about it. At the time, we weren’t quite sure if that was a model we were going to carry, but we are carrying it now. It’s on the website, we may have it in the showroom before long. We have to make room for it because we’ve got so many other models, especially in the California showroom. I think we’ve got like – gee, I think like 15 or 16 models – it’s pretty packed in there. But anyway, the Osaki First Class, it’s a 3D L-track, it has foot rollers, tons of airbags, it has Bluetooth technology, zero gravity, it has negative ion therapy, and I don’t exactly know how it works, but and it’s basically the chair emits these negative ions, which can help with things like seasonal affective disorder, and mild depression. I don’t understand the physiology of it, I’m not a researcher at all, especially in that department, so I don’t really know, but it is a feature that that chair has, which is quite interesting. It has a space-saving feature, where you can have the chair about an inch and a half away from your wall is all, and a body scan, low back heat, oh, calf kneading, and it has the airbags that knead the calves, you know, move up and down and knead the calf muscles, which is really quite a beautiful feeling thing, especially if you’re on your feet all day, or you do a lot of running, or athletics on your feet. Also, the chair has an adjustable shoulder width, so just like some of the older, the precursors, like the old Apex Ultra, and oh my goodness, there’s a couple of other chairs that escape me right now, but you can move the shoulder housing in. I think it’s like three clicks, wider bodies, narrower bodies, it’s pretty cool for the shoulder airbags to hold you in because during some of the programs, like stretch programs, and when the rollers are going up and down your mid back, those airbags serve to kind of pin you, hold you in place, pin you in, and if you’re a really slight body, like a very petite, slim body, and those airbags may not completely reach those shoulders, or give you a good enough traction. So, that adjustable shoulder feature is kind of cool.

[SCREEN TEXT: Make-A-Wish Foundation Donation Update – Thank You All!!]

Alan: OK, let’s see, oh, I have to say, we, as you may or may not know, a portion of every purchase on Massage Chair Relief, whether it’s on our website or in our store goes toward the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and for those of you that don’t know this, I’m just not blowing smoke. We actually have a – well, it’s under my name, I can’t do it as a corporate entity – but it’s under my name, Dr. Alan Weidner on the Make-A-Wish Foundation website, and you can see the link on my site, and you can go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation and look it up, but we donate a portion of every sale to that wonderful foundation, and we have now, we’re at $55,375, the goal, the immediate goal is $100,000. But for those of you who have purchased from me, thank you very, very much, I appreciate that. As you probably know from watching these things over the years, I’m very, very supportive of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. I love what they do because I have kids, eh, I’ve got six kids, I’ve got – well, we just had another grandkid, as a matter of fact – so I think we’ve got six grandkids now. So, anyway, the Make-A-Wish Foundation is a wonderful organization, so when you do purchase a chair from us, if you haven’t yet, a portion of that will go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. But anyway, I just wanted to kind of brag a little bit about how high we’ve gotten on that donation, on those donations.

[SCREEN TEXT: DreamWave, Sogno, & Inada Article]

Alan: OK, I just put up an article, OK now, the DreamWave M.8 is now in full swing. We’ve got stock, the chairs are shipping, it’s a popular chair, I will be doing a review on it in the next, probably in the next week or so. I’ll be doing a lot of traveling, and so hopefully I can fit that in, because it takes some time to experience the chair and then write up the review. But it’s a very, very nice chair, it’s a quality chair, you can tell when you sit in it. We got the DreamWave M.8 and the Infinity Overture, both in the same week, and boy, those are two great chairs, very, very good chairs. They’re coming out with bigger and better chairs every year it seems. Anyway, I wrote an article about the DreamWave name, the Inada name, the Sogno name, these are all names that have been interwoven through the years, and I explain in that article, based on information that I have gained from Cliff Levin, who’s the president of Furniture for Life, which is the umbrella company for Inada USA, Panasonic USA, Positive Posture, and DreamWave, and I asked him for input on this article that I wrote, to make sure that I have the, all the information correct. And anyway, there’s kind of a, it’s kind of a, the histories of – the DreamWave name is interwoven in Inada and DreamWave through the years, and now it’s – the term DreamWave is pretty much owned solely by Cliff Levin, and so, and he’s created this new line of chairs called DreamWave. But anyway, if you take a look at that article, it’ll explain quite a bit of it.

[SCREEN TEXT: What Constitutes a Chair Being “Made in (Country)”?]

Alan: Again, we get in to the issue of what does it mean to say that a chair is made in Japan, or made in America, or made in Korea, I hear this over and over again, and I have, and it’s important that you understand when a chair, when it says, when a chair says, when a company says a chair is made in Japan, it doesn’t mean that 100% of the components are made in Japan, a good portion of those components might be made in China. In the case of like, in the case of the – or like, Luraco – their chairs are made in America, but a good portion of their non-critical components are made in Taiwan, and so because of cost factors, and efficiency of expense, China produces components that are less expensive. And boy, it’s kind of, kind of a high glare behind me, I hope you can see, it’s kind of bright. But anyway, but there has to be a certain percentage of that chair that is made or produced, or assembled, or tested, or whatever, in the country that is stated in the statement ‘Made in Japan, Made in Korea, Made in United States.’ Now, the only chairs that are 100% made in China, or made in one country are the Chinese chairs. They are 100% made in China, but all the rest use cheaper components made in China, or made in Taiwan, or whatnot, so that whole ‘Made in …’ is kind of continually debated about the ethics of saying that a chair is made in this country. So, anyway, I just, I’ve touched on that in the past. You can read about it, or watch my videos about, talking about that subject in particular, but I’ve said enough about it now. The DreamWave right now is kind of, they are, like the supply is coming in, but they’re still kind of constantly waiting for a new shipment to come in to meet the demand. So, if you want the DreamWave M.8, get it now, don’t wait until you know for sure that stock is in, because the stock may be in today, you place your order in two days, and the stock is gone. And I remember we had this problem with the Inada DreamWave, with the Inada Sogno DreamWave, when it first came out, you know, 10 years ago, it was extremely popular, and then we were always, always trying to keep up with demand, and the DreamWave M.8 seems to be falling in that same kind of category of demand. Alright, what else can we tell you today?

[SCREEN TEXT: Which Massage Chair is the Quietest?]

Alan: Oh, I also wrote an article, many, quite a few years ago, I think 2013 or something, I did an article that, where I measured with a decibel meter the loudness or quietest of the massage chairs in my showroom. And it was kind of interesting because these chairs can, when you sit in them, you can tell ‘Oh, this is kind of a quiet chair,’ or ‘This one’s kind of noisy.’ And so, just for fun, I made this, I wrote this article measuring the decibels of these various and sundry chairs. Well, my, for the most part, the inventory of my Utah showroom has, the floor-model inventory has turned over, and so we’ve got a whole bunch of new chairs. So, I went through again, and I put the decibel reader, it’s an app on my phone, put it on all the chairs, you know, took in to account the ambient noise of where the store is actually, because you hear some cars going by, because we’re on a very busy street. But anyway, on average, these average, this range of sound, this range of loudness, if you will, these decibel ranges showed that chairs have various levels of loudness. And the Luraco, once again, I think they were in the first, the first little case study we did, but the Luracos again were the quietest of the chairs we carry, and there were some that were surprisingly more noisy than I thought, because sometimes you’ll have like a chair that will squeak when the airbags inflate and close, or you’ll have chairs that will have a loud air compressor, pssht, puh, or whatever, and you can hear that, and the decibel meter picks that up. And it’s not tremendous differences, like I think the lowest was like 51 decibels, the highest was maybe 61, 62. So, it’s not a huge range, but when you’re in the chair, it makes a difference, because you can hear the sound difference. But anyway, that article is on my blog, or my article library, so you can take a look at that, and read up about the quietest chairs and the noisiest chairs from our showroom. OK, we have Father’s Day coming up, oh, I already talked about that, forget that.

[SCREEN TEXT: Higher Chinese Tariffs Coming?]

Alan: I just read the other day that there’s a threat, and I think today is like the deadline for that, on the Chinese and the US talks for the trade war that the United States has threatened to increase the tariffs, I think from 10% up to 25%, and that affected the price of chairs in the past. The first tariffs did affect some of the pricing of the chairs, and now it may affect it again, so I just want you to know that, you know, be aware, if the tariffs go up again on Chinese products, the chairs will probably be affected by that again, and we may see an increase in pricing from Chinese-imported chairs. So, anyway, just be aware of that, be kind of conscious of what’s going on in the news because you may be paying a higher price for a chair a month from now than you are now, an important thing to know.

[SCREEN TEXT: International Orders – Risk & Cost Involved]

Alan: And then finally, I just wanted to mention a couple of things about delivery and shipments. We do ship internationally, it’s a bit of a pain in the rumpus because we have to arrange shipping, you know, certificates of origin, particular receipts, and paperwork that either the shipping company or the governmental agencies require, there’s duties and tax, customs and duties taxes, so there’s a lot of things that go in to an international order. And I used to have a page up on my website that said, you know, we do international orders, but it is such a, it’s kind of a logistical nightmare, but it’s also a risk to the customer because the warranties are pretty much null and void once they leave American soil, once the chairs leave American soil. So, if you have a chair, and you’re living in, you know, Germany, or India, or Dubai, which are places that we’ve sent all these chairs in the past, there is a risk because if something goes wrong with the chair, the only warranty support you’ll have would be a phone call to the company, where they can kind of, you know, walk you through a problem, and they will send you the parts, but it’ll be at your expense. So, you’ll get the parts, but there’s no labor warranty. Most companies will send you parts, and pay for the parts, but you will pay for the shipping, which can be significant if it’s a big piece and it’s going somewhere across the world, that’s one thing.

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Alan: The second thing, when we say free shipping on our website, we mean free shipping to the 48 continental US states. For Alaska, and Hawaii, and even US, you know, what do we call it, not properties, but US, anyway, like Puerto Rico. What’s the word I’m thinking of? Territories, or whatever it is, we have to still get a shipping quote for you, and shipping to Hawaii, and shipping to Alaska, and shipping to Puerto Rico can be expensive. Puerto Rico may be not as much because it’s just a hop, skip, and a jump from Florida, but up to Alaska, and especially to Hawaii can be quite costly. So, just know that when you see free shipping, it applies to the continental US, and not to the outlying states, you know, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, etcetera.

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Alan: And then, one last little tip for you, when you order a chair, some, a lot of people when they order a chair, they’re not sure if they should get white-glove delivery. White-glove delivery is a $200 option that, where the shipping guys bring the chair in to your home, unpack it, assemble it, and then take away the packing material, if you want them to. We recommend holding on to the packing material in case you want to return the chair. But all of our chairs have free curbside delivery, so we will bring the chair to your home, and drop it off there, and they call it curbside. Curbside could mean curbside, it could mean your driveway, it could mean your garage, it could mean your front porch, it could mean, well, the sidewalk, or whatever. It kind of depends on the mood of the delivery guys, I think. But one thing that a lot of people have done, and I’ve recommended this to people to do, and for the most part, it’s proven successful, if you, if your biggest problem is getting the chair in to your house, and you’re, and the chair is going on a main floor, you could probably forego the white-glove delivery. If you’re not afraid to assemble the chair, but you just need help carrying it in your house, what I would do, and this is what we recommend you do is when the delivery guys come to your home, with the chair, just say ‘Hey, listen, if I give you $20, can you bring it in the house?’ Because if you don’t say that, if you just say ‘Hey, can you bring the chair in the home?’ They’ll say ‘No, you know, liability issues, and we can’t come in the home, and insurance,’ and blah, blah, blah, but if you offer them $20, you got it, we’ll bring it in. And so, if you’ve got a chair coming, and you want to assemble it, and you’re not afraid to assemble it, and most people aren’t, they’re more afraid of moving the bloody thing, and lifting it, offer the delivery guy $20, and he’ll bring it in your home, and that’s sometimes the hardest part of the whole thing, is just getting it from the outside, up the porch, in to the house. Anyway, that’s just a little tip for you.

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Alan: Alright, I think that is just about it. If any of you have any questions, feel free to give us a call. I gave you the number earlier, it’s 888-259-5380. You can reach us through chat, through our Facebook, or YouTube, or Twitter media, there’s lots of ways to get a hold of us. Of course, I’m very accessible as well, even though I may not answer the phone. If you’d like to talk to me, just let them know, and I can get a hold of you, but anyway, we’re always here to answer questions for you, and help you make the right decision on which chair to get.

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Alan: Anyway, if you found this video helpful, please feel free to thumbs up ‘Like’ us on our YouTube channel, and of course, help us spread the word about massage chairs by sharing this video, and any other video that we carry, with your friends and family through your various and sundry social media platforms. But anyway, have a great day, and I will see you again in two weeks. Bye bye.

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Alan: Hi, I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com‘ and today I’m going to show you how to use your new Infinity Genesis massage chair for the very first time.

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Alan: It’s a pretty simple way to get started, so can spend the rest of the time on your chair reading the owner’s manual, and really learning how to use this chair. But like most massage chairs, it has an ottoman that kind of protrudes from the body of the chair. Sometimes it’s a little tough to get in to a chair like this, any massage chair if you’re older and limited in your range of motion, or if you have bad back pain, but you can usually get in pretty easily once you’ve done it once, then you can figure out how to do it again and again and again. But usually you just kind of hold on to the side of the armrest, put your feet inside the calf wells, and the foot wells, and then just lean back in to the chair. This chair defaults to a pretty good recline right off the bat. But anyway, then you grab the remote control out of the side pouch, and you got to turn the chair on to get started. So, let’s push the on-and-off button, and you’ll see right away it goes to the auto options. Now, auto means pre-programmed, set, 15- to 30-minute programs that you can just turn on, and it’ll do everything you need it to do.

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Alan: There’s other options here. We’ll go through this on the remote control, manual, 3D massage, airbag, heat, settings, etcetera, etcetera, but to get started, all you have to do is turn the power on, and then you can just select OK, and it’ll bring up the first option. And there’s – how many options are there – six options, including the stretch program. But let’s just, let’s say you just want to get going on the very first program, you just push OK again, and bang, the chair is going. So, then you can relax, get your owner’s manual out, and read all about your new chair. But so again, get in the chair, get yourself positioned comfortably, take the remote, press the power button, and then it’ll automatically default to the auto-programs, which is where most people go anyway when they start on a new chair, and then you select the program you want. So, that’s one, two, three button pushes, and you’re good to go, and now you can see that the chair is kind of getting me measured up. The legs are extending to where my legs go, the rollers are kind of figuring out where my shoulders and my head are, and that is what any chair will do for you nowadays. It’ll do a body scan and figure out how tall you are, and how long your legs are. Anyway, the chair will get an idea of what your body size is, and then it’ll start to massage you.

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Alan: So, anyway, you can just sit and relax in this position until the program ends, and chairs are made nowadays to stay reclined when they end, because I think the massage chair companies learned pretty fast that a lot of people that use these chairs are trying to get relaxed and help them sleep because they can’t sleep. You’ll fall asleep in a massage chair pretty easily if you give it, if you get some quiet, and no kids are bugging you and no pets are bugging you, and you turn it on and let it run its course, and you could be asleep by the time the program’s done. You don’t want the thing to jolt, you know, jolt and start moving back up, if you’re getting some rest. So, what you do then, at that point, you just push the power button, and then it’ll bring the chair up to the neutral position. I’m going to stop this mid program. When you do that, again, you push the power button, and you’ll see that just by pushing it, it’ll stop the massage, it’ll bring the chair back up to the neutral, default position, and then you can get out of the chair. You’ll notice here, see how the chair is sliding back? This chair has a sliding base, and we’ll have a separate video on that altogether, but this is a space-saver chair.

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Alan: And I never mentioned that in the introduction video to the Genesis, but it is a space saver, so you can put it right against the wall, you know, within probably an inch to two inches from the wall to save space if you have tight quarters. But anyway, that’s first-time use on an Infinity Genesis, very easy, not much different than any other chair. It’s easy to get started, easy to get out of, and then you can take your time while you’re sitting in it to really learn the ends and outs of the chair, and what other things, what other wonderful things the chair can do for you.

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Alan: Anyway, that is the first-time use of the Infinity Genesis chair. If you found it helpful, please thumbs up ‘Like’ on our YouTube channel. And of course, if you can help us spread the word about massage chairs, please share this video on your social media platforms, or how ever. We just appreciate you helping us spread the word. I’m Dr. Alan Weidner for ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com,’ and I will see you again on the next video. Bye bye.

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DreamWave M.8 Massage Chair

The new DreamWave M.8 line of massage chairs hit the market in January with a bang at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas. The DreamWave M.8 model has very quickly become one of our top selling models. I’d like to explain the new DreamWave line up as it exists today to help you keep everything straight with the new product introductions. Plus, this article will also clarify the “relationship” of the new DreamWave name and the Inada name.

DreamWave Classic Massage Chair

A History Lesson

Let me take you through some of the history of Family Inada, Inada USA, up to the present DreamWave brand. Back in 2006, Family Inada began a relationship with Cliff Levin to become the sole distributor for their chairs in the USA. Thus began Inada USA with Cliff Levin as it’s president. Two short years later Family Inada & Inada USA introduced the iconic Inada Sogno massage chair to the US market. One of the many unique features of that industry-changing model was the figure-8, side-to-side/up-and-down seat movement which Inada described as “Dreamwave technology.” Eventually, the chair was upgraded in 2015 and Inada USA simply named it Inada DreamWave (in part because folks had trouble pronouncing and spelling the word “Sogno”). Today that chair is still built in Japan by Family Inada and is now known as the DreamWave Classic.

The DreamWave Name

The term “DreamWave” is the brainchild of Cliff Levin. He suggested to Inada that they trademark/register the term DreamWave when that name was originally applied to the Inada Sogno model. Inada declined to follow that recommendation, so Cliff officially registered the trademark in the USA and in many other countries around the world.

He has since owned that name although it has heretofore been closely associated with Family Inada because of the popularity of the DreamWave Classic that was built my Inada.

The DreamWave M Series

Mr. Levin used his trademarked term, “DreamWave”, as the cornerstone of an entirely new line of chairs, centered around the M Series, which, as I mentioned above, was formally introduced at CES in January of this year. The M Series are models that he and his company have been developing and working on for over 2 years. It employs features commonly sought after by the US consumer, but that were never employed by Family Inada (or, might I add, by any Japanese chair maker), like foot and calf rollers, zero gravity positioning, BlueTooth connectivity, and an L-track roller technology.

Currently, there are two models in the M Series: The M.8 and the M.8LE, the LE being a limited edition of the M.8, including genuine leather exterior upholstery and a luxurious suede interior.

Even though they are made in Japan, the DreamWave brand and it’s associated M Series models have nothing to do with the Family Inada factory.

Hopefully, you will find this article helpful in explaining the evolution of the DreamWave brand.

Dr. Alan Weidner

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Transcript of Video Titled “Introduction – Infinity Genesis Massage Chair”

[SCREEN TEXT: Introduction]

Alan: Hi, I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com‘ and today I’m going to introduce you to the Infinity Genesis massage chair, which is one of our top-of-the-line 3D L-track massage chairs.

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Alan: These have become a very popular genre of chairs, with the L-track, and when I talk about L-track, in case you’re new to the game, I can explain it to you, the L-track is – all chairs have rollers that go down their back, that go down the back – the L-track continues on underneath the buttock to massage the glutes and the piriformis muscles. So, this is what we would call an L-track, or an SL-track because it has the S-shape up here, and then the L going underneath the butt. But anyway, this is a 3D L-track, which means you can adjust the depth of the rollers, so you can make it more intense or less intense by digging in more or digging in less in to your back, which is a very nice feature, and this is built in one of the top massage chair factories in China. Now, you’ll notice the design is very nice. It’s a nice-looking exterior of the chair, it’s quite modern, it’s a little slick with the chrome accents and the plastic accents. It comes with a remote control on the right-hand side.

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Alan: Now, you’ll notice here, we have the, kind of the black and gray Genesis, and it came with two remote-control pouches, so you can use either color. If you want the black accent against the gray, or you can just keep the gray, or silver, or whatever it is, up against that, but when you get the Genesis chair, you get two pouches as an option. The remote control is very, very simple to use. We’re not going to go in to that today, this’ll be for another video, but it’s a small remote, easy to use, auto-programs, manual programs, air massage, zero gravity, the 3D. Everything can be adjusted from that little tiny remote, and by the way, there’s always a learning curve when you get a new chair, like it’s tough to learn the remote control, and kind of get used to how it works, but once you’ve got it, it’s a piece of cake. And I can guarantee you, if you don’t get it within one or two times on the chair, give it to one of your kids and they’ll have it figured out in about 10 minutes. Anyway, you’ll notice here that we’ve got speakers, and this is part-and-parcel with the Bluetooth technology, so you can pair your phone or your device with the chair, and then play your playlists over these MP3 speakers, or music speakers, and the quality of them is pretty good.

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Alan: I remember when I first started in this business, there were very few chairs that had music speakers, and they were bad, but they’ve gotten better and better, and Infinity has some chairs that have really nice speaker systems. You’ll see the shoulder airbags here as well, and Infinity’s fantastic for integrating shoulder airbags that pin your shoulders back when the chair is gong through a stretch program. You’ll notice the arm airbags here on the side, and these ones also have the little knobules. A lot of chairs have them now, because these knobules kind of traction your arm. Again, older chairs, when they turn on the arm airbags, the airbags would turn on and kind of squeeze your arms out of the airbags, which is counterproductive. So, now, a lot of the chairs, and a lot of the Infinity chairs have deeper wells to put your arms, and knobules to kind of hold it in place, hold your arm in place. You’ll also notice here that there’s an ottoman, and the ottoman has calf airbags, calf, foot airbags, and foot rollers at the bottom of the feet, very common features that you’ll find on most chairs nowadays. Now, of course, this is the Infinity Genesis, so that comes with a five-year limited warranty now, and Infinity is a great company as far as technical support, or customer support.

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Alan: If you ever have a problem with the chair, they’re great to take care of you. The Infinity Genesis, nice chair, top-of-the-line 3D L-track chair. I think you’ll really enjoy the fit of it as well. It kind of has a tendency to fit a lot of different body types quite nicely. Well, anyway, that’s the introduction to the Infinity Genesis massage chair.

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Alan: I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com.’ If you found this video helpful, please feel free to thumbs up ‘Like’ us on our YouTube channel. And of course, if you’d like to help us spread the word about massage chairs, please do so by sharing this video on your various and sundry social media platforms, and there’s more and more of those every day. I hope you have a fantastic day, and I will see you on the next video. Bye bye.

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Transcript of Video Titled “First-Time Use – DreamWave M.8 Massage Chair”

[SCREEN TEXT: First-Time Use]

Alan: Hi, I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com‘ and today, in this video, I’m going to show you the best way to use the DreamWave M.8 massage chair for the first time.

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Alan: Now, take your shoes off before you go in to any massage chair because the shoes, the grittiness of the shoes in the soles of the feet sometimes – well, not sometimes – it does wear out the material in the footrest, in the bottom of the footrest, and that can be a problem for you later. But anyway, traditionally, people have gotten in to the massage chair like this, they lean back with an arm on the armrest, and then they put their feet, one of their feet in, and then they push themselves back like that. You can do that, but now, with this new DreamWave M.8, you can just push one of the doors, well, the button on one of the sides of the side doors, and you can just kind of slide in like this, just like you’re getting in a car, put your legs in there, and shut the door, pretty easy.

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Alan: Anyway, so when you sit in the chair, you can have the chair with the – if it’s your first time, just lean back in the chair – pull the remote control out, and I’m going to get my glasses on so I know what I’m doing. And you’ll notice with the remote control, there’s a power button here, and when I turn on the power button, and everything starts to get in to gear, you’re going to see that the remote control, most of the buttons are backlit, which is really a neat feature. Some chairs don’t have that, this chair does have it. So, I’m going to, the quickest way to get started is to press the ‘Quick’ program. There’s a bunch of programs here in the auto-programs, but I’m just going to push ‘Quick,’ and you’ll see everything light up now. Now that the program’s on, all the buttons are lit, except for the positioning buttons at the bottom, but everything else is lit up, and it makes it very easy to use, and that’s all you need to do to get started. Press the ‘Quick’ button, and then you can put your arms in the armrests, lay your head back, and let the chair do a body scan on you. One thing that people don’t realize is that when you sit in a massage chair, in the beginning of any session, and the chair is doing a scan on you, keep your head back, so that the chair can figure out how tall you are.

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Alan: Because the chair’s trying to find out where the base of your skull is, and where the top of your shoulders are, so the rollers don’t go too high up to the back of your skull, or too low beneath your shoulders, at the highest point. So, keep your head back while it’s doing the scan, and the chair will be able to figure out where the rollers need to go. Now, this chair also has a pause button, so if you want to just stop the program, you just push the power button once, and that pauses everything, and but it’ll keep everything ready to go, because if you want to get going again, push the button again, and it’ll start the program back up. But if you want to shut the program off, let, the chair will automatically shut off when the program runs out, when the program timer’s over, and the program’s done. But let’s say you want to get out beforehand, you hold this button down a couple of seconds, and then it shuts off everything, and the chair will restore back to its neutral position, but that is the easiest way to get going.

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Alan: Get in the chair through the side doors, or I guess from the front, if you’d like, select the ‘Quick’ program, or turn the power on, select the ‘Quick’ program, and then put the remote control back. And remember, the remote control has this spool, a self-rewinding spool for the remote-control cord, so it’s really easy for it to come out, and for it to pop back in to place, and it’s a quality spool, it works really, really easily, and is really nice. And then, when you’re done, just hold the power button down for a couple of seconds, and then the chair will, you let go, and the chair will turn off, and the chair will start to restore back to its original, neutral position, and that’s how you get started on the massage chair. And while you’re using that chair for the first time, read the owner’s manual, the owner’s manual is, it’s like a book, it’s a fantastically organized, choregraphed, and written owner’s manual. It’s a good owner’s manual, and you’ll be able to enjoy it while you’re sitting on your massage chair.

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Alan: Well, anyway, I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com,’ and I hope you found this video helpful. Please feel free to thumbs up ‘Like’ this video, and of course, share it through your social media platforms to help us spread the word about the new DreamWave M.8. I’m Dr. Alan Weidner. Have a fantastic day, and I’ll see you on the next video. Bye bye.

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If you’re considering a massage chair to help you with back stretching and spinal decompression, selecting the correct design and features will help you get the results you seek.

Although these highly advanced theraoeutic chairs aren’t technically designed to perform spinal decompression per se, you can achieve the same type of results by selecting a chair that performs back stretching massage.

For people who suffer from a variety of back, neck and spine-related problems, stretching massage can provide pain relief along with a host of related benefits.

What Is a Back-Stretching Massage Chair?

Many high-quality massage chairs include a back stretching program.

In some models, this program places the body in a horizontal position and, after inflating calf airbags to grip the legs, lowers the ottoman to arch the body slightly backward. With the body in this position, the program commences the massage routine. In other models, the arching sensation is not as pronounced and the program alternates between reclined and inclined while gently manipulating the spine to create a pleasant and effective stretch.

This feature is particularly beneficial for anyone who has lower back problems resulting from a compromised (decreased) lumbar curve – a common cause of sciatica and related problems. It can also help increase flexibility, allowing you to strengthen weak areas of the lower body with less risk of injury.

Inversion Stretch Massage Chairs

Inversion refers to the process of situating your upper torso below your lower body. In this position, gravity works to release pressure on the spine. Chiropractors and physical therapists often use this technique to assist patients with nerve compression, spinal stenosis and other painful spine conditions.

If you’ve seen the commercials for inversion tables, you might believe that you need to go completely upside-down to achieve this goal. But, with the right therapeutic chair, you can obtain this relief with only a slight degree of inversion.

Inversion massage chairs offer the ability to angle your body in such a way that you enjoy the same benefits without feeling precarious or imbalanced.

Choosing the Right Inversion Stretch Massage Chair for You

When you’re comparing back stretch and inversion stretch chair models, you might see reference to an L-shaped track, S-shaped track and LS-shaped track designs. These terms refer to the rollers that work different parts of the spine. The S-track addresses the spine itself whereas the L-track addresses lower areas including the gluteal and upper thigh areas. If a chair has an LS-track, it does both.

If you seek a stretch or inversion massage function, you need the S-shaped track functions with inversion capability. Some of the most popular are the Infinity line, including our best-selling Infinity Smart Chair X3, which features one of the best back-stretching massages available today.

The experts at Massage Chair Relief can assist you in selecting the right model for your needs and your budget. Visit our website, contact us directly or, if you’re near one of our comfortable and convenient showrooms, visit us today to learn more about inversion and back-stretching massage chairs.

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