Licensed Chair Massage Therapy

"A growing number of USA firms are curbing employee stress by offering free or low-cost massage right at the office." USA Today               "Massage has become a weekly routine for people in high pressure jobs who seek stress reduction." Changing times              "Americans are rediscovering the value of the ancient healing art of massage, once a luxury item for the elite, is becoming a necessity for people trying to cope with fast-paced lives." New York Times                                                                                                                          

 

Whether it is a workplace perk
a way to bring back the brain after a long winded seminar
health benefit for stressed employees
a draw for your booth at the trade show.

Chair Massage is It!

Chair massage is a very popular mode of massage therapy, because it doesn't take a lot of time and is done while fully clothed.

The seated massage increases circulation and stimulates the muscles, thereby releasing tension in the back and relaxing the neck and shoulders. A brisk, 15-minute seated massage will relax & revitalize the recipient and contribute to overall well-being.

Body Balancing's relaxing, or invigorating massages in your workplace deliver the magic of heightened morale.

Besides making people happy, massage is good for the body: It increases blood and lymphatic circulation, which strengthens immunity to disease, and results in less illness and so less absenteeism. Who would want to miss massage day at work?

Massage at work is flexible. It requires zero capital investment, zero overhead, and minimal space.

Wellness Comes of Age!

AT&T says: "every $1 spent on wellness reduces medical costs by $2 - an excellent return." Your company would be a good candidate for a Chair Massage Program if you answer yes to 1 or more of the following:

1. You deal with many deadlines or quota's
2. You are concerned with the health of your staff
3. If your staff is under pressure or stress as a natural part of the job.
4. Your staff morale is sagging
5. You have a hectic office.
6. You think you do!

Chair massage enhances one's overall well being and performance by:

  Employee Benefit Employer Benefit...
bullet Reducing stress Edginess can not only appear as aggression and lack of patience towards other employee's but towards clients too. Does the phrase "going postal" mean anything to you? Happy employee's are more prone to help other employees rather than argue.
bullet Increasing one's quality of sleep The better you sleep the better  you function the next day. Increased cogitative function & ability to concentrate Decreases the instances of being overly tired or lacking energy If your employee's are tired they won't do as good of a job as they need to. They become clock watchers and not job doers!
bullet Improving Immune function & Mood Reduces the instances of common cold or flu symptoms, Decreases incidences of shadow syndrome  & full depression. The bodies immune system defends itself better. Fewer absences due to illness.
bullet Reduces Hypertension Reduces Blood Pressure and increases Blood volume. Body works better, easier more efficiently. Reduction in hypertension can improve your employees  resistance to major health concerns with better quality of life.
bullet Reduction in Stress/Tension Decreasing the number of headaches, Inducing muscular relaxation Fewer absences due to muscle related illnesses

Increase productivity, employee morale and loyalty!! Combat mistakes, absenteeism, and job-related accidents due to stress!

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Savvy Magazine
"Massage has been reborn as a hands-on stress management technique: Not only can it untie physical knots, but it can also clear your head and release the tension of the workplace."

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Life Magazine
"After massage, office workers completed a math test more quickly and with fewer errors.

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New York Times
"Americans are rediscovering the value of the ancient healing art of massage, once a luxury item for the elite, is becoming a necessity for people trying to cope with fast-paced lives.

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Meetings and Conventions Magazine
"e;A glance around many conference rooms is all thatís needed to understand why massage has emerged as an increasingly popular remedy for the ills brought on by corporate pressures. So, at your next meeting, refresh and rejuvenate your attendees during a break or at the conclusion of a long, demanding day. Engage a qualified massage therapist.

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Time Magazine
"e;Massage is fast emerging as Americansí favorite antidote to that ancient Grinch: stress."

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Newsweek
"Massage has gone mainstream."

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New York Post
"If you have never had a massage, it is hard to comprehend its totally relaxing, nearly miraculous soothing powers..."

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Life Magazine, August '97 "After massage, office workers completed a math test more quickly and with fewer errors.