The tabletop shower (also known as ‘massage/body scrub’) offers a truly immersive and relaxing experience. Even better, aside from pampering time, they also bring many health benefits.
While many people may have heard of tabletop showers, many still don’t know exactly what they are or what might be wrong with them at some point.
We hope to help you take note of the details so that you feel comfortable visiting your local massage spa. We think you’ll find it worth it and you might think it took you too long to get the hang of it!
Where does the shower service take place?
Most massage spas have a private bathroom where you have a table shower. The layout can vary from property to property, but most people will have a massage table in the center of the room covered with a waterproof (usually plastic) coating. Fresh towels are placed on the table before each lesson for hygiene reasons.
Some bathroom vanities have several showers directly above the table to create the effect of a cascaded rain or underwater massage for the recipient. Others will show you the type of handheld shower your masseuse will use for your session.
What should I wear during this treatment?
While showering on the table, you’re usually not wearing anything, but state law often requires you to be dressed at all times. This is like most massage therapy rules, instead of being covered with a sheet, your private area is covered with a towel.
What makes up the table bath treatment?
This service helps keep your skin healthy and clean as you’re usually exfoliated from head to toe (except for open areas!) with a sponge/exfoliator or body wash/exfoliator. whole body cell death. Exfoliation is the process of removing dead skin cells from the body, revealing fresh, ‘sad’ skin underneath. It helps prevent acne, and ingrown hairs and improves the overall look and health of your skin.
After lying face down on the table, massage you will bathe your body with water at the temperature set to your liking. Then, exfoliate the body using a stroking motion like a gentle massage. Not only does it help cleanse your skin, but it also enhances blood circulation and creates a feeling of relaxation. Once done, the final wash will come. Most spas that provide tabletop showers will also wash your hair if you ask for it. Why not?
On average, most shower sessions last between 30 minutes and an hour.
Where do they provide tabletop showers?
This service can be found at your local wellness spa, massage spa, or lounge. In Los Angeles, scrubs massages common to Asian massage establishments are found throughout the area. If you’re not sure, just visit the business’s website or give them a call to find out.
Next time you visit your local massage spa, why not try this therapeutic, caring experience?
If you are a South Los Angeles Bay local, U&I Massage Torrance invites you to enjoy our table bath service in Los Angeles. We are sure that once you are referred to this type of treatment, you will not regret it.