The Magic Massager’s unique, patent-pending design permits a nearly 100% friction-free movement, thus mimicking massage oil but with none of oil’s mess and inconvenience.
“When I first show the product to bodyworkers they might say, ‘oh, that’s pretty’” says Tom Jackson, MD, the Magic Massager’s inventor, “I mean, it looks like just a square of colorful satin. But then they start working with it and realize what a remarkable tool it is. You can do any kind of massage, right through clothing. The thing’s amazingly versatile.”
Industry insiders such as Cliff Korn, editor of Massage Today, predict that the Magic Massager will be a particular boon to practitioners of chair massage, a rapidly growing field which is proliferating in office parks and shopping malls across America. Chair massage therapists often feel frustrated with the inherent limitations of working without oil through clothing. Suddenly the Magic Massager lets them easily deliver what feels like a full-body spa session, soothing effleurage strokes and all.
“Corporate [chair] massage is only the most obvious market for the Magic Massager,” Dr. Tom effuses with his trademark boyish enthusiasm. “Think of all the new clients a therapist can attract, offering massage to folks who feel shy about taking their cloths off. Or they can massage the heck out of a client’s scalp without getting the hair all oily – how many people are going to be jazzed about that? Or maybe your clients don’t have time for a full massage, or maybe they just need a quick foot rub or an on-the-spot diagnostic: the Magic Massager makes these things a total breeze!” The good doctor ticks of the possible applications: physical therapy, neonatal care, sports massage, aquatic therapy (“It works like a dream under water”), acupressure and deep tissue work…the list goes on and on.
Already the Magic Massager has caught the attention of prominent figures in the spa and massage industries. National speaker and trainer Steve Capellini, author of several widely respected massage books, relates that he easily sells whole cases of Magic Massagers at his professional workshops, after only a brief demonstration. “Tom’s definitely got a winner. Plain and simple, this cool little tool is destined to be thought of as a bodywork must-have.”
Once the professional market gets well acquainted with Tom Jackson’s invention, the Magic Massager will be introduced to a broad general market. Jackson believes that any health-conscious person who enjoys the pleasures and benefits of massage will want to own one.
Thomas Jackson, MD, carefully developed the Magic Massager over the course of two years with the help of his colleague (now board member) Dr. Joseph Cunning, one of America’s preeminent textile researchers. In 2003 Tom Jackson founded Sensational Creations, Inc., to promote this and other life-enhancing inventions. From its headquarters in Southern California’s serene San Jacinto Mountains the company is launching a nationwide marketing campaign which will include all forms of print media, live demonstrations, and massive direct mailings.
The Magic Massager is only the first in a line of potential products which will incorporate the Magic Fabric™ technology: children’s blankets, sports towels, pillowcases, loungewear, and much more.
For further information on the product visit the new websites, magicmassager.net (for professionals) or magicmassager.com (for general consumers).