Wellness Equipment Manufacturer Announces Revolutionary New Adjustable Breast Comfort System Available on Utopian Portable Massage Table
December 15, 2009 — OAKWORKS®, Inc., the premier U.S. manufacturer of spa, massage, and medical equipment, today announced the launch of the Utopian Massage Table with patent pending ABC System, the revolutionary new Adjustable Breast Comfort System designed by Rebecca Savich, President of Contour Table Systems. Pursuant to an agreement entered into in August, 2009 Contour Table Systems named Oakworks its manufacturer.
Jeff Riach, CEO and Cofounder of Oakworks with Linda Riach, said; “Rebecca’s massage table design is incredible! We are extremely happy to have been chosen as the company to bring this advance in table design to market. “Over the last 4 months Oakworks has been working closely with Rebecca and massage professionals across the country to refine Rebecca’s idea into a very well executed product at an affordable price. The response to the preproduction models at recent industry trade shows, ISPA and the AMTA National Convention, has been overwhelmingly positive. The Utopian massage table with ABC System is available now. To address the comfort issues that women face, the ABC System will be incorporated into a wide range of products manufactured by Oakworks during the coming year.
The Utopian massage table with ABC System is the revolutionary answer to the issues women face when lying down on a table due to its effective balance of support and reduction of pressure on women’s breasts. A powerful foot pump and simple release valve allow therapists to adjust the contour of the table top during treatment without interrupting the flow of the session, ensuring maximum comfort and excellent results. No other system allows adjustment while the client is on the table, nor the ability to fit any size client. The pump easily lifts even the largest clients on a super soft and conforming pad. The wide range of vertical elevation fits all women when lying face down and when lying on their back, allows the pad to be lifted well above level to create better access to the back. Range of motion work is now possible like never before for both men and women. Using the pad as a head support is also a great feature, along with the ability to adjust the pad height for the client while they are on the table.
In 2006 Rebecca Savich began designing a number of breast comfort devices to be used in massage and medical tables. “I get massages often and being a naturally large breasted woman, I couldn’t get comfortable on the tables, and sometimes, the pressure would cause pain and swelling.” So she began the long process of patents, engineers, and prototypes. Finally, in 2009 when the design was well enough developed and a patent applied for, she began her search for a good partner who could help her bring her idea to market. “Oakworks seemed like a natural choice because they are a family owned business with incredible values and they are located in Pennsylvania where I grew up. When I did some more research and found out that they were the leader in their industry and had won numerous awards for product design and customer service, the decision was easy. They are great to work with!”