On-Site Chair Massage for employee health and appreciation.
When an employer decides to offer massage in the workplace as an employee incentive, it says that the company cares about the health and well-being of their employees.
Reward your team with on-site massage for a job well done sessions to keep your employees at their best and staff turnover to a minimum.
An on-site massage saves you money by maintaining a healthy, happy workforce that increases productivity and success. A brief massage has been shown to boost office morale.
Benefits of On-Site Massage
- Increases circulation and the flow of nutrients throughout the system
- Reduces muscular tension that can lead to chronic pain
- Stimulates lymphatic tissues thereby flushing out toxins
- Helps to relieve muscle stiffness and stress-induced tension
- Releases endorphins (feel-good hormone) into the blood stream
- Reduces fatigue, anxiety and depression
- Helps provide better quality of sleep
How it works
It can be set up just about anywhere. A conference room, spare office or quiet room are perfect, no more than a 5×6 foot area is required.
- On-site massages are typically performed over the clothes. The client is seated in a massage chair with the headrest of the chair cushioning their head and face.
- The therapist use a combination of deep tissue and Swedish massage techniques, usually on the muscle groups in the neck, shoulders, back, arms and hands.
- Massages are quick between 10 and 30-minutes long (depending on the agreed upon arrangements), so they don’t interfere with work.
- There are no massage lotions or oils required so there is no mess or clean-up involved.
Book weekly, bi-weekly or monthly.
The number of people massaged per hour varies according to the pre-arranged length of each session.
30-minute sessions = 2 participants per hour
20-minute sessions = 3 participants per hour
15-minute sessions = 4 participants per hour
10-minute sessions = 6 participants per hour
The most popular choice are 15-minute sessions. Just enough time to relax and unwind without falling asleep. The 20-minute sessions are very similar but they allow that little extra time for the practitioner to also work on arms and hands, which is very well liked by people who do a lot of writing or keyboarding.
Bookings for 3 hours or more £50 per hour per therapist.
Under 3 hours £60 per hour per therapist.
Please note, a minimum booking of 2 hours is required.
Contact us for enquires and more informations.