On-site massage is an immediately beneficial way of relieving your staff of work-related stress, and a great, cost-effective addition to any staff retention program or employee wellness program. The massages can be given in a vacant office or meeting room, although treatments can easily be given in a quiet corner of a large open-plan.
On-Site massage duration is usually between 10 to 20 minutes
One session has the effect of 2 hours sleeping, but takes no longer than a coffee break (20 minutes)!
The idea of corporate chair massage is that you don’t have to leave the office to help your team take care of their minds and bodies. There’s no special preparation or change of clothes required, and you enjoy the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of a massage without having to sneak out of the office for a spa day.
A break to relax and recharge during a stressful workday can seem unobtainable, especially when you need it most. Corporate chair massage makes it easy to access physical, mental, and emotional wellness right in your office. Even better: you can do it all in a manner that works for both your schedule and your office environment.
Please contact us for more information about bringing chair massage to your office as an employee benefit, as part of a health fair, or for other events.
Benefits of on-site chair massage for employees:
- Relieves muscular pain and tension
- Reduces fatigue
- Lowers anxiety
- Helps prevent repetitive strain injury
- Boosts immunity
- Improves problem solving and creative thinking
Benefits of on-site chair massage for companies:
- Improves productivity
- Increases morale and creates a better work environment
- Increases employee retention
- Decreases absenteeism
- Improves job satisfaction
- Helps recruitment prospects
Do not use massage therapy to replace your regular medical care or as a reason to postpone seeing a health care provider about a medical problem.
If you have a medical condition and are unsure whether massage therapy would be appropriate for you, discuss your concerns with your health care provider. You might also look for published research articles on massage therapy for your condition.