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Revolutionary Technology Elevates the Health Benefits of Massage

August 29, 2013

DENVER, Aug. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Massage has been used in many ancient cultures, including those of China, India, Persia, Arabia, Greece and Egypt. Hippocrates, known as the father of Western medicine, recommended massage for sports and war injuries. Though most everyone enjoys a good massage, whether for plain relaxation and stress relief or to get rid of specific aches and pains, there exists a significant base of literature suggesting there are also a number of lasting health benefits from massage therapy.

For example, both The American College of Physicians and the American Pain Society now include massage as one of their chief recommendations for treating lower back pain. And according to an article published last year in The Wall Street Journal, The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine–part of the National Institutes of Health–is currently spending $2.7 million annually (up from $1.5 million in 2002) on massage research to understand its lasting effects. More and more people are beginning to recognize the lasting health benefits of massage therapy.

Enter SolaJet, a revolutionary personal therapeutic massage system. The size of a daybed, it was developed for home and commercial use by U.S-based Drywave, Inc. The SolaJet system affordably combines the benefits of massage therapy, hydrotherapy and thermal (heat) therapy to achieve muscle relaxation, pain relief and stress reduction.

Lying down on the SolaJet, users experience powerful yet soothing streams of warm water along their entire body–while they remain fully clothed. Users remain dry, separated from the water by a thin, flexible barrier that allows them to safely and fully enjoy the warmth and pleasure of a relaxing deep-tissue massage.

Unlike mechanical massage devices or the hands of a masseuse, SolaJet enables users to isolate any part of their body themselves, and then select the perfect pressure. The user chooses the time, location, pressure and speed of the massage using a simple hand controller. Users can also select the amount of heat they want, from room temperature to 100°F. The moist heat derived from warm flowing water has a soothing and calming effect.

Massage and heat are natural remedies for many ailments and feel good even for healthy users. Using these therapies, SolaJet works with the body to provide natural relief without chemicals or medications. In addition, SolaJet is an environmentally sensitive product that only uses 30 gallons of water. In doing so, and unlike other hydrotherapy options (e.g., hot tubs, swimming pools, jetted tubs), SolaJet conserves water and power, and costs less than running a vacuum cleaner. The company’s motto, appropriately, is “Making the World Feel Better.”

To learn more, visit http://solajet.com/.

Contact: Laura Radocaj, Dian Griesel Int’l. 212.825.3210

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