Massage therapies for Companies

One of the reasons I have included chair massages to my services, is because I know from personal experience what the benefits of receiving regular massage therapy sessions at work or at home can do. When I worked for Belkin as a demand planner, we were offered free 15 minute chair massages each month. After receiving the massage, I felt more relaxed, more alert and focused and had additional energy. This allowed me to do my job more efficiently, it gave me more motivation because I had the impression that the company was interested in my health and well being and generally felt more relaxed and in balance..

Instituting a chair massage program can:

1. Improve productivity and be good for the company bottom line
2. Lower daily stress levels
3. Decrease stress-related employee turnover
4. Reduce absenteeism
5. Improve morale
6. Lower company healthcare costs
7. Demonstrate an employer’s commitment to the health and well-being of their employees
8. Attract amazing new staff by providing a regular workplace massage treatment

We offer two techniques for companies that are interested in providing the benefits of massage therapy for their employees:

1. Anma table massage
2. TouchPro Chair Massage

Both therapies are acupressure massages that focus on meridians in the body to provide energy, relaxation, reduce stress and release blocks as well as improve concentration and focus; balancing body, mind and spirit.
The chair massage focuses on the head, neck, shoulders, arms, hands and back. muscles and meridians.
The Anma table massage focuses on the entire body; mostly done on the rear side of the body..

These massage therapies are ideal for companies and individuals with time constraints.
Sessions can last for 10, 15 or 20 minutes depending upon the client’s needs.

I have provided case studies about the benefits of massage on the “Studies of benefits of Massage Therapy” page on this website.

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