Corporate Chair Massage
Massage For Better Workforce
According to the American Institute of Stress, workplace massage is great for business!
Research has validated the positive effects of massage therapy on job performance and mental alertness resulting in improved accuracy and the reduced stress-induced illnesses.
American Institute of Stress states that an estimated 1 million workers are absent every day due to stress. Repetitive musculoskeletal injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome have become the nation’s leading workplace health cost and account for almost a third of all workers’ compensation awards. Massage has been shown to help in reducing these kinds of injuries, leading to reduced absenteeism, fewer workers’ compensation claims, and less cost to employers.
More and more businesses are discovering that it saves their company big money to have massage therapists provide chair massage for their employees on a regular basis. Massage has not only gone mainstream – it’s gone corporate. Companies big and small have discovered the benefits of wellness in the workplace, and they’re using massage as a way to attract and keep employees.
Listen To One of Our Client’s
We recently scheduled Nurturing Touch Massage for in-office corporate chair massages. Our employees truly enjoyed taking a break from their busy work schedules to enjoy a 15-minute chair massage. Amy and her staff are easy to work, professional and provide fantastic massages! They provided a sign-up sheet ahead of time for employees to pre-schedule their massage timeslots, which made the back-to-back massage schedule for our 25 employees go smoothly and efficiently.
Our employees provided very positive feedback and expressed their appreciation to the company for the opportunity to take a few minutes to relax and rejuvenate during work hours with chair massage.
I highly recommend Nurturing Touch corporate chair massage and will be contacting them for future in-office massage services.Cheryl Douglas
What Other’s Are Saying
Burt Abrams of B.J. Abrams & Associates, an executive recruiting firm in suburban Chicago has offered his employees chair massage over the past several years. “It is a benefit for stress relief, and it feels good,” he says. “It is a benefit that doesn’t cost a whole lot of money, and it [gains] a lot of good will from your employees.”
Our rates are $80/hour with a 2 hour minimum and no transportation fee. We also offer discounts for reoccurring scheduling for our regular customers.
Decreased Work-Related Injuries
An article in the Financial Times trumpets the benefits that companies can reap by offering massage therapy to employees. The article claims a company in Ontario, Canada, reported a 25 percent decrease in time off for work-related injuries, and a $200,000 decrease in compensation claims after it implemented a massage therapy program. That’s huge!
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American Institute of Stress www.stress.org “Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Reaching Epidemic Proportions” (Jan 18, 2005) © Medical News Today