There are many massage tables available, and most vendors offer optional features and accessories to complement and extend the usefulness of your selection. Most of the tables are custom-built to your specifications, and so require some lead-time. To ensure you make the right selection, it is incumbent on you to first analyze your needs and understand for what types of services you plan to use the table.
The first useful choice consideration is, Portable or Stationary? If you plan to offer massage or other services in multiple locations, or if you are just opening a small studio where space is at a premium, then a portable table may be your best choice. If you are furnishing a studio, clinic or spa with dedicated treatment rooms, then a stationary table may be what best meets your needs.
If you are choosing among stationary massage tables, you might next consider electronic adjustment or manual adjustment features (table height and incline if applicable), and what types of built-in special features you care most about. Examples of optional built-in features available on some models include swivel armrests, lift back with angle adjustability, salon top table, face rest, roller massage with optional heater and timer, pedicure spa and built-in cabinets or shelves beneath the table.