What is the Chi Machine good for?

Chi swing machines are used for people with chronic muscle and nerve pain such as Fibromyalgia, since they stimulate circulation and helps to bring balance to the flow of energy throughout the body.

Does the Chi Machine help with weight loss?

To its credit, the company that manufactures the Chi Machine, Hsin Ten Enterprise USA Inc., doesn’t promote the machine as a slimming device.

How long should you use a Chi Machine?

First time users should not do more than 2-3 minutes. If your are in poor health, use less than 1 minute. Increase the time in 2 minute increments once your body has adjusted to the movement. Use of the machine twice a day provides maximum benefits.

How many times a day can you use a chi machine?

Can you use a Chi Machine on a bed?

Wear comfortable clothes and remove your shoes – be as relaxed as possible. Gently stretch before using the Chi Machine. Place the Chi Machine on the floor or on an appropriate firm massage bed with the handle facing away from you.

Is the Sun Ancon original Chi Machine right for You?

The Original Sun Ancon Chi Machine If you have health concerns, the Sun Ancon Original Chi Machine may be what you need to try. The Chi Machine is great for stressful situations. “A product that blends the ancient arts with modern technology for a unique experience.”

How does the original Chi Machine work?

The Original Chi Machine helps virtually anyone relax muscles locally with little or no conscious effort. You just lie face-up on the floor with both feet placed in the specially designed footrest. The device rocks the entire body from side to side in a gentle undulating motion.

How long is a session on the Chi Machine?

A session on the Chi Machine is usually 15 minutes in duration except during an acclimation period of several days during which the session length is gradually increased from a starting point of 3-5 minutes.

How do I contact the Chi Machine?

Email us at: [email protected], or call toll free: 877-369-8305 The idea behind this unusual aerobic exerciser called the Chi Machine ® was suggested by Dr. Shizuo Inoue, Chairman of Japan’s Oxygen Health Association. Dr.