10 best massage tables in 2022

Many med­ical and cos­met­ic pro­ce­dures can­not be per­formed with­out a mas­sage table. The com­fort of the patient and spe­cial­ist large­ly depends on the qual­i­ty of this prod­uct. Togeth­er with an expert, we choose the best mas­sage tables for pri­vate and pro­fes­sion­al use and eval­u­ate their pros and cons
10 best massage tables in 2022
10 best mas­sage tables.

When choos­ing the top 10 mas­sage tables, price, size, ease of use, design and the avail­abil­i­ty of addi­tion­al equip­ment — head­rests, arm­rests, foot rolls were tak­en into account. Our rat­ing includes fold­ing and sta­tion­ary mas­sage tables with and with­out elec­tric dri­ve. We tried to take into account the needs of dif­fer­ent cus­tomers, so the TOP has bud­get mod­els with a min­i­mum con­fig­u­ra­tion and expen­sive tables with a more advanced design and a large set of options.

Editor’s Choice

Dykemann Formgedächtnis G‑300

Dykemann Formgedächtnis G-300
Dyke­mann For­mgedächt­nis G‑300

The Dyke­mann For­mgedächt­nis G‑300 mas­sage table fea­tures a three-sec­tion design with a unique tri­an­gu­lar head sec­tion. This allows you to use it for all types of mas­sage and var­i­ous cos­met­ic pro­ce­dures. The table has hinged arm­rests, a com­fort­able remov­able head­rest with a pil­low. The hole for the head makes it pos­si­ble to mas­sage peo­ple of small stature and chil­dren.

A thick lay­er of filler with a mem­o­ry effect, pleas­ant to the touch PU uphol­stery, a wide and long bed (70x195 cm) make the mas­sage pro­ce­dure as com­fort­able as pos­si­ble. The height and posi­tion of the sec­tions are adjustable. Thanks to the spe­cial design of the base, the mas­sage ther­a­pist can sit on either side of the table, plac­ing his feet under it. Spe­cial pads on the legs, a sol­id beech frame, a trans­for­ma­tion mech­a­nism on air­craft steel cables allow the table to with­stand a load of up to 250 kg and a user weight of up to 120 kg.

With all its advan­tages, the table weighs only 14 kg. When fold­ed, it is as com­pact as pos­si­ble, which makes it easy to store and trans­port.

Main characteristics

Stock length and width 195 x 70 cm
Max­i­mum load 250 kg
Mate­r­i­al Beech wood, air­craft steel, wear-resis­tant PU, reg­u­lar foam and mem­o­ry foam
Pecu­liar­i­ties Three sec­tions, height adjust­ment, palm rest, remov­able arm­rests and adjustable head­rest, floor lev­el­ing pads, rein­forced dou­ble car­ry­ing han­dles

Pros and cons

wide and long bed, 3‑section con­struc­tion, PU uphol­stery, thick mem­o­ry foam padding, hinged arm­rests and head cush­ion, no squeaks or vibra­tions, sim­ple and reli­able trans­for­ma­tion mech­a­nism.
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Dyke­mann For­mgedächt­nis G‑300
Durable and light­weight mas­sage table
The three-sec­tion mas­sage table Dyke­mann For­mgedächt­nis G‑300 can be used for all types of mas­sage and var­i­ous cos­met­ic pro­ce­dures. This com­pact and light­weight table can with­stand loads up to 250 kg with­out vibrat­ing.
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Rating of the top 4 folding massage tables

Fold­ing tables are mobile and com­pact, easy to store and trans­port. Such mod­els are suit­able for small spaces and field work.

1. Rest Pro Vip Oval 3

Massage table RestPro Vip Oval 3
Mas­sage table Rest­Pro Vip Oval 3.

This table folds eas­i­ly, mak­ing it easy to trans­port from place to place. Anoth­er plus of the mod­el is the ergonom­ic design. The oval shape and notch­es on the sides allow the tech­ni­cian to get as close as pos­si­ble, which reduces stress on the back and arms. The height is eas­i­ly adjustable, and the wood­en frame with four cross­bars ensures the sta­bil­i­ty of the struc­ture. For patient com­fort, a com­fort­able head­rest, soft arm­rests and Hard-Foam filler with mem­o­ry effect are pro­vid­ed.

Main characteristics

Stock length and width 192×70 cm
Max­i­mum load 250 kg
Mate­r­i­al Wood, alu­mini­um, eco-leather, Hard-Foam
Pecu­liar­i­ties Two sec­tions, height adjust­ment, face cutout, head­rest, arm­rests, arm­rest, car­ry­ing case

Pros and cons

ergonom­ic shape; styl­ish design; elas­tic filler; the abil­i­ty to adjust the height and angle of incli­na­tion.
high price in the seg­ment; a wood­en frame may begin to creak over time.

2.Anatomico Mint

Massage table Anatomico Mint
Mas­sage table Anatomi­co Mint.

In addi­tion to the fold­ing design, the mobil­i­ty of this mod­el ensures a low weight — only 11.4 kg. There­fore, it is great for crafts­men who trav­el to clients. Accord­ing to user reviews, when fold­ed, the table fits eas­i­ly into the back seat of a car and into a small trunk. The table is not over­loaded with tech­ni­cal details, but is equipped with every­thing you need — a cutout for the face, as well as a head­rest and arm­rests that can be installed on any sec­tion. The mod­el is adjustable in height in the range of 62–84 cm. Inside there is an elas­tic gas-filled plas­tic 5 cm thick. The Arpatek uphol­stery does not accu­mu­late dirt and is easy to clean, as the man­u­fac­tur­er claims.

Main characteristics

Stock length and width 186×60 cm
Max­i­mum load 250 kg
Mate­r­i­al Alu­minum legs, wood­en frame, arpatek fin­ish, gas-filled plas­tic
Pecu­liar­i­ties Height adjustable, two sec­tions, remov­able head­rest, face cutout, arm­rests, car­ry bag includ­ed

Pros and cons

light weight; com­pact dimen­sions; afford­able price.
under heavy load, the wood­en frame is loos­ened, the fas­ten­ers may burst.

3. DFC Nirvana Elegant Deluxe

Massage table DFC Nirvana Elegant Deluxe
Mas­sage table DFC Nir­vana Ele­gant Deluxe.

An inex­pen­sive fold­ing mas­sage table is suit­able for per­form­ing mas­sage and var­i­ous care pro­ce­dures: body wraps, peel­ing, depila­tion. Weight with­out a case is only 11 kg, with a case — 15 kg, which makes the mod­el easy to trans­port. The alu­minum frame pro­vides strength with­out weigh­ing down the struc­ture. There is a sys­tem for adjust­ing the work­ing sur­face in 11 posi­tions at a height of 63–84 cm. The cutout for the face is closed with a plug, there are front and side arm­rests, as well as a remov­able head­rest that increas­es the length of the bed. The cov­er is arti­fi­cial leather, and the filler is foam rub­ber 5 cm thick.

Main characteristics

Stock length and width 186×70 cm
Max­i­mum load 250 kg
Mate­r­i­al Alu­minum frame and legs, faux leather, foam rub­ber
Pecu­liar­i­ties Two sec­tions, height adjust­ment, remov­able head­rest and two arm­rests, face cutout, car­ry­ing case

Pros and cons

afford­able price; light weight; easy to fold; easy care.
aver­age degree of com­fort; incon­ve­nient for work­ing with peo­ple of large build.


Massage table Fabric-stol
Mas­sage table Fab­ric-stol.

A bud­get mod­el for those who are not ready to spend large amounts on pur­chas­es. The two-sec­tion fold­ing mas­sage table boasts quite impres­sive dimen­sions and the abil­i­ty to with­stand loads up to 350 kg. The man­u­fac­tur­er promis­es that the steel frame in com­bi­na­tion with eco-ply­wood will not crack or break, and the eco-leather coat­ing will not absorb cos­met­ics and pol­lu­tion. Inside there is foam rub­ber with a thick­ness of 4 cm and a den­si­ty of d‑22 — the instruc­tions say that this is enough for the com­fort of the client. The set includes a car­ry­ing case and a pil­low.

Main characteristics

Stock length and width 190×70 cm
Max­i­mum load 350 kg
Mate­r­i­al Steel, eco-ply­wood, foam rub­ber, arti­fi­cial leather
Pecu­liar­i­ties Two sec­tions, face cutout, height adjustable

Pros and cons

low price; strength; wide bed.
min­i­mum equip­ment; heavy; not too sta­ble.

Rating of the top 3 stationary massage tables

Sta­tion­ary mas­sage tables are usu­al­ly designed for inten­sive loads. Com­pared to fold­ing mod­els, such mod­els have a longer and wider bed, which allows patients to feel com­fort­able.

5. Med-Mos FIX-1A

Massage table MED-MOS FIX-1A
Mas­sage table MED-MOS FIX-1A.

Durable and sol­id mas­sage table at an afford­able price. The frame made of beech is able to with­stand a load of up to 300 kg. The long and wide bed is divid­ed into two sec­tions. The upper one is equipped with a lift­ing mech­a­nism and can be posi­tioned at an angle from 0 to 70˚. This allows the patient to assume a more com­fort­able posi­tion. The pack­age includes a head­rest, arm­rests and a shelf on which you can put pro­fes­sion­al acces­sories and things of the patient. The vinyl cov­er com­bined with the 6 cm thick foam padding makes the stay on the table quite com­fort­able. Plus, this mod­el has a three-year war­ran­ty, while the stan­dard war­ran­ty peri­od is 1 year.

Main characteristics

Stock length and width 185×70 cm
Max­i­mum load 300 kg
Mate­r­i­al Beech frame, vinyl, foam rub­ber
Pecu­liar­i­ties Two sec­tions, height adjust­ment, tilt adjust­ment, remov­able head­rest, arm­rests, acces­so­ry shelf

Pros and cons

attrac­tive price; can with­stand heavy loads; pres­ence of a shelf.
some­times creaks dur­ing oper­a­tion.

6. Ru Comfort Comfort Classic

Massage table Ru Comfort
Mas­sage table Ru Com­fort.

Inex­pen­sive sta­tion­ary table for mas­sage and a wide range of cos­met­ic pro­ce­dures. The frame­work from a met­al pipe is cal­cu­lat­ed on load­ing to 350 kg. A bed 190 cm long and 70 cm wide will be com­fort­able for most patients, with the excep­tion of very tall peo­ple. The table can­not be adjust­ed in height, but you can change the angle of the back­rest in five posi­tions. The man­u­fac­tur­er used dense and elas­tic foam rub­ber 8 cm thick as a filler, and arti­fi­cial leather serves as uphol­stery.

Main characteristics

Stock length and width 190×70 cm
Max­i­mum load 350 kg
Mate­r­i­al Frame from a pro­file met­al pipe, arti­fi­cial leather, foam rub­ber
Pecu­liar­i­ties Two sec­tions, adjustable back, face cutout,

Pros and cons

strength; afford­able price; elas­tic and pleas­ant to the touch sur­face.
min­i­mum equip­ment.

7. US Medica Atlant

Massage table US Medica Atlant
Mas­sage table US Med­ica Atlant.

A durable and sol­id sta­tion­ary mas­sage table is designed for inten­sive loads and is intend­ed for salons, cos­me­tol­ogy clin­ics and med­ical insti­tu­tions with high traf­fic. There are no sharp cor­ners in this mod­el, so even care­less move­ment will not lead to bruis­es. The frame and legs made of beech make the table very sta­ble, and for extra strength, the frame of the frame is rein­forced with spe­cial inserts. Remov­able head­rest with com­fort­able horse­shoe cush­ion can be attached to either side. The posi­tion of the head­rest is con­tin­u­ous­ly adjustable. There is a front hand sup­port and a wide shelf for pro­fes­sion­al acces­sories: tow­els, sheets, cos­met­ics. The filler is 6.5 cm thick mul­ti­lay­er Hard-Foam, and the coat­ing is wear-resis­tant arpatek mate­r­i­al.

Main characteristics

Stock length and width 184×76 cm
Max­i­mum load 270 kg
Mate­r­i­al Beech frame, Skin-Touch arpatek, Hard-Foam
Pecu­liar­i­ties One sec­tion with addi­tion­al rein­force­ment, height adjustable, head­rest exten­sion, acces­so­ry stor­age, front hand shelf

Pros and cons

reli­a­bil­i­ty; sta­bil­i­ty; styl­ish appear­ance; abil­i­ty to with­stand heavy loads; com­fort­able head­rest and shelves.
high price in the seg­ment; pret­ty rough sur­face.

Rating of the top 3 electric massage tables

Elec­tric mas­sage tables allow you to quick­ly change the height and angle of the work­ing sur­face. This great­ly facil­i­tates the work of a spe­cial­ist and saves time that is need­ed to “adjust” the table to the indi­vid­ual char­ac­ter­is­tics of the client.

8. Vision Fitness Noble Liftback

Massage table Vision Fitness Noble Liftback
Mas­sage table Vision Fit­ness Noble Lift­back.

This two-sec­tion mas­sage table on an X‑shaped steel frame is equipped with a Linak engine and is designed for a load of up to 220 kg. There is a footrest and a head­rest that is adjustable in two pro­jec­tions. There is a dou­ble fix­a­tion sys­tem — on the frame and rollers — and it also helps to com­pen­sate for uneven floors. Thanks to this, the mod­el will remain sta­ble even on imper­fect sur­faces. The table can be raised to a height of 53 to 99 cm, and the back sec­tion can be set at an angle rang­ing from 0 to 75 degrees.

The filler is a mul­ti-lay­ered foam rub­ber 8.9 cm thick. Eco-leather PU was used as an uphol­stery — super soft polyurethane on a nat­ur­al basis, which has breath­able and hypoal­ler­genic prop­er­ties. The filler in com­bi­na­tion with the uphol­stery makes the stay on the table very com­fort­able.

Main characteristics

Stock length and width 184×73 cm
Max­i­mum load 220 kg
Mate­r­i­al Steel frame, mul­ti­lay­er foam rub­ber, PU eco-leather
Pecu­liar­i­ties Two sec­tions, dou­ble lock­ing sys­tem, trans­port rollers, floor com­pen­sa­tion, arm­rests, head­rest, foot roll

Pros and cons

smooth height adjust­ment in a wide range; sta­bil­i­ty; styl­ish design; con­ve­nient trans­porta­tion.
high price; the max­i­mum load is only 220 kg.

9. Heliox X103K (X‑frame with electric height)

Stationary massage table Heliox X103K
Sta­tion­ary mas­sage table Heliox X103K.

This mod­el is suit­able for mas­sage and a wide range of med­ical and cos­met­ic pro­ce­dures. Thanks to the rein­forced steel frame, the design can with­stand loads up to 350 kg. The elec­tric dri­ve allows you to raise the bed to a height of 48 to 98 cm, and the angle of the head­rest can be changed from ‑80 to +30 degrees and fixed in any inter­me­di­ate posi­tion. The leg sec­tion is also raised. The mod­el is equipped with front arm­rests with smooth adjust­ment and lat­er­al arm­rests with a quick-release mech­a­nism. There is a handy tow­el hold­er. The wheel base allows you to quick­ly move the table to anoth­er place, and the lock­ing mech­a­nism pro­vides sta­bil­i­ty and com­pen­sa­tion for uneven floors. The uphol­stery is leatherette, resis­tant to wear and the effects of prod­ucts that are used in cos­me­tol­ogy and med­i­cine.

Main characteristics

Stock length and width 205×60 cm
Max­i­mum load 350 kg
Mate­r­i­al Steel frame, Skai leatherette, mul­ti­lay­er foam
Pecu­liar­i­ties Three sec­tions, com­pen­sa­tion for uneven floors, front arm­rests, lat­er­al hand sup­port, tow­el hold­er.

Pros and cons

can with­stand high loads; three sec­tions with the pos­si­bil­i­ty of adjust­ment; many addi­tion­al options for the com­fort of the patient and spe­cial­ist.
high price.

10. KSM-04e

Electric massage table KSM-04e (2)
Mas­sage table with KSM-04e elec­tric dri­ve.

The low-cost three-sec­tion elec­tri­cal­ly oper­at­ed mas­sage table can be raised to a height of 60 to 95 cm using a hand con­trol or a ped­al. The design also allows you to change the angle of the head, back and leg sec­tions. There are front and side palm rests. The frame is made of a pro­filed steel pipe, and the bed and sec­tions are made of durable ply­wood. On top of the ply­wood is a 4 cm thick lay­er of foam rub­ber and seam­less faux leather uphol­stery that is easy to clean and dis­in­fect. The table is equipped with frame sup­ports for sta­tion­ary place­ment and a wheel­base for trans­porta­tion.

Main characteristics

Stock length and width 209×60 cm
Max­i­mum load 160 kg
Mate­r­i­al Steel frame, ply­wood, foam rub­ber, arti­fi­cial leather
Pecu­liar­i­ties Three sec­tions with the abil­i­ty to adjust; front and side hand rests

Pros and cons

costs less than many ana­logues; has all the nec­es­sary options.
nar­row bed; designed for loads up to 160 kg.
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With or with­out heat­ing: choos­ing the best mas­sage mat­tress­es

How to choose a massage table

Alex­ey Yer­molchik, pur­chas­ing man­ag­er of Deoshop LLC, gives advice on choos­ing:

- The first para­me­ter that you need to pay atten­tion to when choos­ing a mas­sage table is the max­i­mum load. It includes not only the weight of the user, but also the pres­sure that the mas­sage ther­a­pist exerts on the table struc­ture. There­fore, if a load of 200 kg is declared, the user’s weight should not exceed 120–140 kg.

The height of the table must be cho­sen based on the height of the user — masseur, beau­ti­cian. For short peo­ple, mod­els with a height of 60 cm are suit­able. If sev­er­al peo­ple plan to use the table, you should choose a mod­el with adjustable height.

The opti­mal width is from 65–70 cm. This ensures max­i­mum patient com­fort and allows him to relax. It is impor­tant that the table has arm­rests so that the patient can posi­tion their hands com­fort­ably. The length of the table should be at least 180 cm. It is good when it has a remov­able face cush­ion, which adds anoth­er 15–22 cm to its length. Three-sec­tion tables are more con­ve­nient than two-sec­tion tables in that they allow pro­ce­dures where the patient is half-sit­ting.

When choos­ing a table, it is impor­tant to con­sid­er the thick­ness of the filler. The larg­er it is, the more com­fort­able the patient is dur­ing the pro­ce­dures. The most mod­ern ver­sion of the filler is mem­o­ry foam, which takes the shape of the human body and pro­vides max­i­mum relax­ation. It is also worth pay­ing atten­tion to the uphol­stery. Cheap leatherette is unpleas­ant to the touch, wears out very quick­ly, becomes stained. There­fore, it is bet­ter to look for mod­els with PU uphol­stery.

Expert reviews of massage tables

Alex­ey Yer­molchik com­ments: “Fold­ing tables are con­ve­nient for use at home or in small mas­sage and beau­ty par­lors. When the table is not need­ed, it can sim­ply be fold­ed and put away in a clos­et or placed in a cor­ner. Also, portable tables can be car­ried with you if the spe­cial­ist pro­vides ser­vices at home to patients. Sta­tion­ary mod­els are more com­fort­able, con­ve­nient, but require a lot of free space. The elec­tric dri­ve facil­i­tates the process of unfold­ing and fold­ing the table, but at the same time increas­es its dimen­sions and weight.”

Popular questions and answers

Choos­ing the best mas­sage table is not an easy task. It is nec­es­sary to take into account many para­me­ters — from the bud­get to the design and mate­r­i­al of man­u­fac­ture. We asked the most pop­u­lar ques­tions about mas­sage tables to our expert Alex­ei Yer­molchik.

What is the difference between a couch and a massage table?

There are sev­er­al main dif­fer­ences:

• the table is longer and wider than the couch;
• the couch has small­er dimen­sions and weight;
• the table is more com­fort­able for the patient and for the mas­sage ther­a­pist or beau­ti­cian;
• the table has attach­ments: a pil­low for the face, arm­rests, etc.

Which massage table to choose — wooden or aluminum?

The main advan­tage of alu­minum tables is their low weight, which facil­i­tates trans­porta­tion and assem­bly. Wood­en mod­els are more mas­sive, but more sta­ble, equipped with a reli­able leg fix­a­tion sys­tem.

Do folding tables swing during the massage?

It all depends on the design of the table and the max­i­mum load. If the table has a sol­id frame made of wood or met­al, a reli­able cable sys­tem, there are floor uneven sta­bi­liz­ers, and the max­i­mum load exceeds 200 kg, then it will not sway even dur­ing the most com­plex and intense mas­sage tech­niques.

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