Chair Massage

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No, it’s not one of those vibrating chairs that you have to feed with quarters!

  • It’s a short massage routine performed over clothing by a licensed massage therapist in a specialized chair that is brought right to your office.
  • The massage focuses on the upper body areas that often cause problems for people who sit at a desk or use a computer keyboard (it can help prevent or relieve carpal tunnel syndrome, tension headaches, neck pain, and back problems).
  • It takes no longer than a coffee break, typically done in 15 minute increments and won’t interfere with your staff’s work. They come back from their massage break revived and ready to tackle the rest of the day.
  • All that’s needed is a small space for the massage chair.┬áThere are no messy oils used.. just a sanitizer that is used between each session.
  • It’s inexpensive; we have a program to fit any budget, you could even share the costs with your employees. Whatever the costs, they are easily covered by the gains in output and morale.

You might be thinking, “I can’t bring massage into our office. We’re a respectable, conservative business.” Those were the exact thoughts of many of our customers. They were apprehensive about its implementation until they saw how well it worked in their companies.

Seated massage is used by companies with stellar reputations. Companies such as IBM, Rockwell, EBay, American Express, Lockheed Martin and Dell, just to name a few.