If you have a tight lower back, you might want to consider a zero-gravity massage chair. This type of chair gently tilts to create a feeling of weightlessness and take pressure off of your spine, which helps relax the muscles in your neck and back. It’s not hard to see why zero-gravity massage chairs have skyrocketed in popularity. Research has linked them to improved circulation, reduced varicose veins, and reduced chronic pain.
This massage chair has two sets of rollers that mimic a two-handed, professional massage, plus three levels of heat, and compression airbags from head to toe. In addition to a standard compression massage setting, it also offers shiatsu, kneading, and knocking, and three levels of intensity and heat—all of which can be controlled and customized using your voice or the chair’s LCD monitor. It also has a Bluetooth-compatible speaker so you can listen to your favorite playlist or podcast while you’re relaxing. Plus,it’s less expensive than a lot of other zero-gravity massage chairs.
Customers are raving about this faux leather massage chair’s full-body massage experience—and it has nearly 4,000 perfect 5-star ratings on Amazon. Some reviewers do mention that assembly can be difficult, but others say it comes together easily. One reviewer writes, “Both my husband and I work out 5-6x a week, which leaves us sore and in need of some muscle relaxation. This is an amazing massage chair for sore or tight muscles and has a great price compared to other similar products. My favorite setting is using the zero gravity, with the heat on, airbags on, neck and waist settings on kneading at mixed speed, and the foot massagers on = it’s amazing. Also, it is shipped in two boxes. My husband said the directions were easy to follow and assembly took maybe 30 minutes tops.” If you’re hesitant about the self-setup, the company will assemble it for you upon delivery for an added charge.