Zen Chi ‘Relax-erciser’


The Zen Chi machine is based on ‘the goldfish’ movement, a Shiatsu massage technique. Loosening your back tension, relieving headaches and improving digestion through a relaxing wave like motion that rocks you gently from side to side creating balance and boosting energy levels. Check out an osteopath’s blog on the benefits of your zen chi treatment talking about this unique treatment that:
  • relieves stress and tension in your body
  • improves your posture
  • eases back pain.
For a huge number of clients the key benefit is that according to Matthew Whale using the zen chi applies ‘continuous passive motion without gravity acting on the postural muscles (the muscles that help to maintain our posture when we are sitting or standing), so they can relax, allowing the gentle movements to occur with minimal resistance’. Matthew Whale is both a British Osteopathic Association member and in addition he is a Fellow of The Royal Society of Medicine, plus he is a specialist in prolapsed (slipped) intervertebral discs.

Important Information

Please check our contraindiactions section to ensure you can have this treatment


Please make Spa Satori aware of any medical conditions you have as you can be contraindicated to the treatment.If you do not mention any medical conditions upon booking and are refused treatment by the therapist, your payment will be non refundable. Contra-indications are as follows:

  • Serious heart and/or vascular diseases
  •  Fresh wounds as a result of surgery or outpatient procedures
  •  Hip or knee replacements(implants)
  •  Acute hernia, discopathy, spondylolyses
  •  Severe diabetics
  • Epilepsy
  • Tumors ( negative effects pertaining to the use of the PowerPlate and its effect on tumors have not been established)
  •  New inflammations
  •  Acute migraine
  •  When using a pacemaker
  • Recently placed metal pins, bolts and/or plates
  • Muscle Aches/ Pains/ Strains
  • Poor Circulation
  • Hernias
  • Medically High/ Low Blood Pressure
  • Position dizziness (PBPD)

15 minutes – £15