The Comfy Client Cushion System was launched in 2008 and as yet no therapists has had to replace them.
In fact they can be expected to last up to 15 years-a fantastic investment!
The Comfy Client Cushion System took almost 4 years of continual research and development before becoming one of the most innovative products of the year in 2008 at London Camexpo Complementary and Medical Exhibition.
Working within a busy practice gave Carol the opportunity to perfect the cushions for clients of all shapes and sizes. working on the development has helped her to understand what their desired comfort levels were in the prone, supine and side positions.
Carol May now runs a Day Spa & Training Academy Where therapists can book for a free treatment demonstration on The Comfy Client Cushion System or email Carol May to find a therapist near you where you can try The Comfy Client Cushion System or visit us at one of our next trade shows-email for details (email@example.com).
The Interlocking 3 Piece Massage Support Cushions have been ergonomically designed to provide complete comfort and support during all bodywork treatments including pregnancy massage.
The Comfy Client Cushion System has been designed and patented by Carol May, a passionate therapist who was frustrated with clients constantly trying to get comfortable during treatment.
The Comfy Client Cushion System has been designed and patented by Carol May, a passionate therapist who was frustrated with clients constantly trying to get comfortable during treatment. She felt driven to provide a real solution for cancer survivors, post abdominal & facial surgery patients, spa clients, holistic & complimentary clients, all massage & bodywork therapists, aestheticians, hospitals & hospices.
Carol May invested in many types of treatment couches over the years and tried many different pillows, cushions and rolled towels as an aid to comfort, but still her clients fidgeted. This was not good enough; clients book to relax and benefit from an enjoyable treatment. This is not possible if you ask a client to lay on a flat bed. Clients are not flat so how can we expect them to be comfortable with no real comfort or support. Clients, male & female are different shapes and sizes and one couch does not fit all. Working with a wide couch gave Carol terrible back strain. She endeavoured tirelessly to find a solution.