The JPMedics Kawa massage chair features air cell technology to position the body for a better massage and most importantly for effective stretching of the back, shoulders, arms, and legs. The foot rollers are a combination of pressure point massage and compression. Ten expertly choreographed massage programs or a personalized custom massage are at your fingertips using our large touchscreen remote.
The JPMedics KAWA massage chair uses a 3D L-Track that follows the natural shape of your spine. The L shaped track allows for a massage starting at the back of the head, neck, and shoulders, traveling down the spine, contouring underneath the glutes to target the back of the thighs.
Lumbar Heat Therapy
Heat therapy is provided to the lower lumbar region of the chair. Heating the lumbar area helps relieve lower back tension and relaxes muscles and joints.
Foot & Calf Massage
Multiple airbags are located along the footrest. The air cell technology inflates to apply a compression massage on the legs and feet. Along the bottom of the footrest is a single row of foot rollers that gives a concentrated pin-point massage.
Anywhere in the House
Traditionally, massage chairs take up a lot of space, especially when reclining. The Kawa chair only needs 1″ of space behind the backrest to get into the full recline position.
Surround sound speakers are built into the headrest for a subtle look, but a powerful sound. The speakers allow you to relax to your personal music while experiencing a relaxing massage. These Bluetooth speakers easily connect to your smart phone or other smart device, for music therapy and added relaxation.
Touch Screen Remote
Adding only what’s needed and removing the rest is a traditional Japanese design approach and is the inspiration for the simplified interface that controls the Kawa massage chair. This touch screen is able to switch between multiple Japanese languages. The Kawa’s easy to-use wired touchpad controls the chair. You can instantly change the massage functions, save custom massages, and even change the brightness and sound functions.
Auto Massage Programs
Relax – A program designed to provide a mild massage that is great for deep relaxation, best used before going to sleep.
Stretch – This massage will stretch your legs and back with a combination of gentle tapping, kneading, rolling, and air compression.
Upper Back – This massage will focus on your neck, shoulders, and legs with a slow massage that incorporates soothing heat.
Lower Back – This massage will focus on your lower back with a deep massage that includes air compression.
Speed + – The Speed- adjustment button works for Kneading, Tapping, Kneading-Tapping, Clapping, and Swedish function.
Demo – This massage will quickly demonstrate all of the massage features in 5 minutes.
Swedish – This is a Swedish style massage program.
Balinese – This is a Balinese style massage program
Gentle – A program designed to provide a quiet, gentle massage that is good for beginners or those that prefer a soft touch.
Vigorous – This massage will combine vigorous tapping on your back and an air massage focused on your arms and legs.
More information and all the uses of the JPMedics Kawa massage chair can be found here.
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