Kyota Genki M380 Massage Chair - Full Body with 11 Auto Programs

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‚ÄĘ 4 Year U.S. Residential Limited Warranty

‚Äʬ†Unlimited USA-based customer & technical support

‚Äʬ†4 Year structural framework warranty

‚Äʬ†No-cost replacement on covered parts for 2 years

‚Äʬ†Covered labor (in-home, if necessary) for 1 year

The Kyota Genki M380 massage chair is a full-featured massage chair with a 360 degree, 4-node massage mechanism that travels from your neck to your glutes. With Intelligent Voice Command + Control, 11 Auto Programs and Chromotherapy Lights, the Genki has all of the key features to have a head-to-toe whole body massage in just minutes.

Infinity Kyota Genki M380 Massage Chair - Full Body with 11 Auto Programs

Features:

  • 360 Degree 4-Node Massage -¬†The 4-node robot performs, kneading, tapping, kneading with tapping, shiatsu and knocking massage in an infinite (figure 8) sweeping motion.
  • Calf Oscillators -¬†Soothe those tired calves. Usually found in chairs twice the price, the Genki M380 features kneading and oscillation motor that combines with air cell compression for the most comprehensive massage available.
  • Lumbar Heat -¬†Heating modules located in the back of the chair provide a soothing sensation and help loosen your muscles.
  • Total Sole Reflexology -¬†Utilizes triple shiatsu rollers per foot along with the squeeze of air compression to provide reflexology relief throughout the body.
  • One Touch Zero Gravity -¬†Zero gravity positioning elevates your knees above your heart, which allows the spine to decompress, provides a sense of weightlessness, and maximizes the effect of the massage rollers.
  • Slide Forward Space Saving -¬†No need to worry about what room or how you will arrange your chair, relax and feel the stress melt away as the Zero Wall Technology affords you the ability to place your chair with ease.
  • Intelligent Voice Command -¬†This feature allows you to control your chair and massage experience hands-free by using one of the many voice commands. Such as "Stress Relief" "Change to point mode" or "Go a little down."
  • 11 Auo Programs -¬†Convenient and easy-to-use auto programs. Choose from Quick, Full Body, Rest & Relax, Recharge, Recovery, Stretch, Neck & Shoulders, Back Relief, Lower Body, Stress Relief, Renew, Athlete, and three memory massage programs.

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Additional Features

  • Intelligent Voice Command + Control
  • 360 degree, 4-Node Massage
  • 11 Fully Automatic Programs
  • Full Manual Control
  • One Touch Zero Gravity
  • Lumbar Heat
  • Total Sole Reflexology
  • Triple Shiatsu Rollers
  • Calf Roller Reflexology
  • Chromotherapy Lights
  • MyMassage Program. Memory
  • USB Charging Port
  • Intelligent Voice Command + Control

Reduce Stress 

Massage can help to reduce stress on physical and psychological levels by lowering heart rate, blood pressure, cortisol levels, and insulin levels. Serotonin and dopamine are also released, which helps the body overcome chronic or habitual, as well as acute, or short-term stress.

One study by The University of Konstanz in Germany found that just 10 minutes of massage can activate the body’s system for overcoming stress.

Another well-known study by The University of Miami School of Medicine's Touch Research Institute found that 15 minutes in a massage chair enhances measurable EEG brain activity in adults. Additionally, these adults performed more quickly and accurately in mathematical testing after receiving the massage, while groups without massage showed no improvements.

Boost Mental Health

Dopamine, serotonin, and endorphins are neurotransmitters that are released when the autonomic nervous system is stimulated. Dopamine is known as the ‚Äúfeel-good‚ÄĚ hormone. Serotonin helps regulate your mood as well as your sleep, appetite, digestion, and memory. And Endorphins are your body‚Äôs natural pain reliever, which your body produces in response to stress or discomfort.

 

Research¬†shows that¬†massage can help increase the secretion of endorphins, dopamine, and serotonin ‚ÄĒ the body‚Äôs ‚Äúfeel-good‚ÄĚ chemicals, and help reduce the levels of stress hormones, such as cortisol, epinephrine, and norepinephrine to help reduce anxiety, fatigue, and stress.

 

In a¬†study¬†done on the ‚ÄúTreatment Effects of Massage Therapy in Depressed People: A Meta-Analysis‚ÄĚ, they concluded that massage therapy is significantly associated with alleviated depressive symptoms.

Improve Sleep

Many people use massage to help relax, manage stress and get better sleep. Regular massage sessions have been found to help decrease depression and anxiety levels and improve sleep quality. Massage can trigger the release of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that helps you feel calm. Massage can also help manage pain caused by stress or injury which may also contribute to lack of sleep such as headaches, neck and back pain and arthritis.

 

50 to 70 million Americans experience sleep issues that affect their health. According to the American Massage Therapy Association, studies show people who had regular massages reported a decrease in pain with fewer sleep disturbances

Manage Pain

According to the American Chiropractic Association, lower back pain is the single leading cause of disability worldwide. Approximately one in ten people have it, and for many who develop back pain, it becomes a chronic condition. Massage helps improve venous and lymphatic flow throughout the body. By manipulating the muscles, blood flow is able to increase throughout the body. Increasing blood flow facilitates the circulation and absorption of nutritional elements into the muscle tissues.

Research has shown the inclusion of massage therapy can help with chronic pain such as back pain, headaches, osteoarthritis, and behavioral health issues like anxiety and depression, rehabilitation and athletic training and injury treatment.

Another study found that massage may provide lasting relief for chronic lower back pain, according to research published in the journal Pain Medicine. Researchers looked at 104 people with persistent back pain who were referred by their doctors to licensed massage therapists. They went to 10 sessions over 12 weeks, and the practitioners were free to design massage programs that were individual to the patients, rather than all using the same technique.

Most subjects completed a questionnaire, and more than 50% reported clinically meaningful improvement in their back pain. Several people even dropped below the threshold for disability according to lead author Niki Munk, an assistant professor of health sciences at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Additionally, many of these improvements lasted. Three months later, with no further massage sessions, 75% of the people who reported initial improvement said they still felt better.

Improve Circulation

Massage therapy can help with circulation by increasing the blood flow. This helps increase oxygenation in the body and tissues. Blood carries oxygen, and oxygen helps us function properly and heal well. It can also help with lymphatic flow and removal of toxins in the body. Often when someone has poor circulation they have swelling, tension and tightness. The pressure applied through massage therapy can help move blood through congested areas and allow new blood to flow once those areas are released.

 

One study from the University of Illinois at Chicago showed that massage improved vascular function in people who had not exercised, suggesting that massage has benefits for people regardless of their level of physical activity.

Boost Immunity

Regular massage therapy can help increase the activity of the white blood cells that help the body fight disease. It helps increase the levels of lymphocytes, which are the cells that help the immunes system fight off harmful substances in the body. Stress can also be an immunosuppressor, and daily massage can help reduce your overall stress.

Research¬†indicates that massage therapy can help strengthen the immune system. The study reported that people who had massage experienced measurable changes in their body‚Äôs immune and endocrine response. A Cedars-Sinai study found that participants in a Swedish massage group experienced significant changes in lymphocytes, which contribute a great deal to defending the body from disease. A lymphocyte is one of three subtypes of white blood cells in the immune system.¬†‚ÄúThe research indicates that massage doesn‚Äôt only feel good, it also may be good for you,‚ÄĚ says Rapaport, the principal investigator of the study.

Lower Blood Pressure & Heart Rate

Massage has been shown to help lower blood pressure and heart rate. Lowering blood pressure helps reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. Massage increases circulation, and when blood circulation is enhanced, blood pressure can be reduced and the heart rate begins to slow.

Several studies point to the benefits of massage therapy for heart benefits:

In a 2008¬†study,¬†researchers studied 263 volunteers who underwent massage for 45 to 60 minutes. Average blood pressure fell by 10 mg Hg, and heart rate by 10 beats per minute‚ÄĒafter just one treatment. "That's about as much as you might get from prescribing a new blood pressure medication for life!" says cardiologist Dr. Joel Kahn.

In 2013 study, 50 people with mildly elevated blood pressure received a 15-minute massage three times a week for 10 sessions, while a similar group just relaxed for the same amount of time. By the end of the sessions, only blood pressure of the massage group participants had fallen, and remained lower for several days.

A study examined women with high blood pressure who had an hour long massage each week for four weeks. The drop-in markers of inflammation suggest massage therapy may have a body-wide healing effect.

Sports Recovery

Caring for muscles in between workouts can help accelerate recovery, help you avoid injury, plus improve your overall performance and health. By helping to reduce inflammation and increase blood flow, this can help ease the tightening and shortening of muscle tissue.

A¬†study¬†by the researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago, studied if massage would improve systemic circulation and reduce muscle soreness after exercise. As expected, both groups felt sore immediately after exercise, but the exercise-and-massage group reported no continuing soreness 90 minutes after massage. ‚ÄúWe believe that massage is really changing physiology in a positive way,‚ÄĚ said Franklin. ‚ÄúThis is not just blood flow speeds ‚ÄĒ this is actually a vascular response.‚ÄĚ

And, according to the AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association), their research suggests massage has a substantial impact on both the physical and mental health of people who do sports and exercise. Massage can be a preventative, corrective, and rehabilitative treatment.

 

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06/24/2022
Timothy R.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Great chair for the money!

This chair lives up to its name. I received it fully assembled. All you do is plug it in and enjoy. Great chair for the money!

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06/24/2022
Jerry R.
United States United States
I recommend this product

My wife and I both love it!

We have had our Kyota 380 chair fo a little over a month, and my wife and I both love it. We use it nearly every day and it works even better than expected. Great product!

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