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Thursday, September 04th, 2008

We were invited to place our chairs in the players lounge of the PGA Championship Tour at Willow Creek Golf Course the first week of September. Apparently, one of the tournament organizers sat in the HT-1650 massage chair by Human Touch at another event and was so impressed that he wanted us to put our chairs throughout the golf course. We will have one among the players, one among the volunteers, and a few more in the vendor village. We are quite excited about this exposure of these chairs. The HT-1650 is one of my personal favorites. You know, before we had our showroom, the most popular massage chair we sold was probably the HT-7120 massage chair, but since we have had actual folks in our chairs, the HT-1650 has been our top seller…without question and without a close second. I just have to learn how to golf better! I was invited to the press conference for the Tour and went golfing afterwards with the other invitees. Oh my, I have a lot of work to do. I may need to have fellow Wellness Council member, Tim Clark, give me a few tips. I would hate to have my golf skills distort, in the eyes of others, the amazing massage of the 1650!!

We will be adding 7 new Human Touch models to our website this month. They include 3 of the iJoy chairs (iJoy 130, iJoy 300, and the HT-2720) and 4 regular HT chair models (HT-5270, HT-5320, HT-103, HT-5005). We are excited to add these chairs to www.massage-chair-relief.com.

I am continually amazed at the physiological benefits gained from regular use of a massage chair. It seems that we regularly get feedback from clients about how they feel better using the chairs. Some of the feedback is surprising and, in some cases, even counter-intuitive. We have seen a few clients with diabetes notice an increase in peripheral sensation following the use of the foot and calf massage feature…which is amazing to me.

Dr. Alan Weidner
http://www.massage-chair-relief.com