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screamingeagle wrote:I'm new to reflexlogy. Would something like the following work? It's called the "SANIJET Pipeless Footbaths: The Clean Alternative"
Dragonflies wrote:screamingeagle wrote:I'm new to reflexlogy. Would something like the following work? It's called the "SANIJET Pipeless Footbaths: The Clean Alternative"
What a clever idea! How much do they run?
Sage Rose wrote:wow! that is a really cool foot bath screamingeagle.
that's going right on my wish list. the avon bath is a really good idea, i know it's a seasonal item so i'm checking into that. thanks everybody.
have you guys ever heard of a foot soak place? i came across this site and can't wait to try it out.
i was just thinking of a couple of stones and maybe ess oils before a treatment (for the client)
but these foot soaks sound wonderful! ( for me
harperorium wrote:screaming eagle -
did you get/do you have the sanijet?
i'm really leaning towards this tub simply because of the sanitation issue - i love the whirlpool thing so much but hate the thought of yucky stuff staying inside.
just curious to know if you've made the investment or not.
harperorium wrote:wow, you really are a lightning-fast responder! you should be 'screaming fast eagle' !!
i've noticed differences in prices as far as purchasing from a company like new life systems vs. directly from sanijet.
i wonder if you purchase from the comp. directly if warranty is better?
i did recv. package from them with dvd about their baths and i've got to tell you, it's super convincing and i know i won't buy anything else.
the other thing is that at new life you can do a payment plan but with sanijet you have to pay up front. it also takes about 2 wks to ship.
oh, and sanijet will assemble for you for $40... wonder how hard it would be to assemble yourself?
livingwell wrote:well, i did get my portable sanijet tub after the first of the year.
i use it religiously, and i have to say, i *LOVE* it. totally worth the investment.
super easy to clean once you learn the technique of removing the parts. it keeps the water ultra warm, is easy to move around, and the whirlpool jets feel awesome!
it did come in at just over 1K, but like i stated before, the assurance of the cleanliness is priceless to me. most of my reflexology clients are handicapped and physically vulnerable. i want to make sure that EVERYONE, even those with not-so-healthy feet, have a safe and therapeutic experience. having worked in a salon before, i've seen the yuck that gets stuck in other equipment.
just my .02!
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