Save $20 per in-home massage if you have your own massage table.
Like any product, massage tables can vary in price, quality and features, from as little as $100 to well over $1000. You don't need anything fancy, just something that's relatively inexpensive but sturdy enough for home use, which you can easily find for under $200. By saving $20 per massage, your table can pay for itself in less than 10 sessions!
Please note: The purpose of this page is to recommend relatively low-cost tables. If you are interested in a high-end table, I would simply refer you to the websites of the most reliable and well-known brands, which are Custom Craftworks, Oakworks, Earthlite and Master Massage.
Consider checking your local listings for used massage tables. Choose one with a face cradle headrest instead of (or in addition to) a face hole, and look for the brands listed above. See the list below for examples of what style to look for.
Tip: Some people also choose to use their own sheets (any twin-sized set will do) and blanket, so that you can stay relaxed on the table as long as you like after the massage, even take a nap! I will quietly pack my supplies and let myself out.
Example / suggested tables (by price:)
Related policies: For mobile services, if a client chooses to provide their own massage table, the therapist must approve of the table, and the client is responsible for storage, maintenance and upkeep of the table. The therapist is not liable for any injury caused by structural failure of the table or any other dissatisfaction related to the table.