On-Site Chair Massage

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The On-Site Acupressure Massage is applied in a specially designed chair and on-site massage is becoming one of the fastest growing employee wellness benefits that companies offer. It is a safe, convenient, cost-effective program that boosts employee morale and provides valuable health benefits. On-site chair massage is available to all sizes and types of businesses from small offices to large corporations.

This rejuvenating back, neck, arms and head massage will leave you feeling invigorated, refreshed and energised. The massage treatment is designed to reduce the build up of tension in the neck and shoulder regions. The treatments can vary in length to suit your needs. Our standard treatments lengths are 10, 15, 20 and 30 minutes. There is no need to disrobe and no oils or creams are used. It's quick, clean and easy. Ideal for the workplace. On-Site Chair MassageOn-Site Chair Massage

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Benefits of On Site Massage:

  1. Promotes Health Awareness
  2. Helps to Reduce RSI
  3. Relaxes your muscles, reduces tension and relieves aches and pains
  4. Alleviates symptoms of stress, such as headaches and eyestrain
  5. Leaves you feeling relaxed, revitalised and energised

Why is on-site chair massage so popular?

  1. Immediate positive effects – employees feel better right away.
  2. It works for everybody and is available in a variety of work environments.
  3. No capital investment start-up costs. No overhead to maintain.
  4. Massage complements other wellness programs already in progress.

Description of on-site massage service:

A chair massage focuses on high tension areas of the neck, back, shoulders, arms and hands. Chair massage is performed on an ergonomically designed portable massage chair. You sit on the massage chair facing forward, with your head comfortably in a face cradle.

On-site massage does not require a private room and can be offered at the workstation, in a conference or work room. The massage therapist may use a special chair, tabletop device or a chair available in the office. Selection is dependent upon the client's comfort and space available in the environment. The length of a massage session is 10-15 minutes, the length of a typical work break. During the massage, the recipient is seated and fully clothed. No oil is used. Therefore, no change in attire is necessary. The massage therapist uses techniques that focus on the upper part of the body – neck, head, shoulders, back, and arms.

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