Friday, August 7, 2015

Stressed at work?  Consider an onsite 
Chair Massage.  Did you know that employers that offer this service to their staff have less absenteeism.  Chair Massage in the workplace increases employee effectiveness.  It enhances alertness and increases productivity.  It can improve and enhance working relationships among staff members and clients.  It's a great idea for recognizing birthdays, service anniversaries, good attendance, accident free periods or as a bonus for completing projects, achieving goals, or sales.  It can be part of an employee wellness program.  As it helps boost the immune system, reduces headaches, and repetitive strain than can lead to injuries or chronic pain.  Chair Massage reduces stress and is perfect for tension in the head, neck and shoulder region.  Since no oils or lotions are applied it can be conveniently done through the clothing in any office setting.  Massages usually last any where from 5-30 minutes.  When employers invest in the well-being of their staff they experience improved morale, attitude, loyalty and less turnover as a result.  It is also gives employees a way to recognize tension and the strain it causes.  They become more aware of body mechanics and may be able to prevent pain with regular massage.  Everyone will benefit from reduced muscle tension which is a major contributor of low back pain, repetitive strain injuries and chronic pain.  Massage increases circulation, calms the nervous system, and provides a complete change of pace so that the mind and body can relax and rejuvenate.  Chair Massage can be scheduled without interrupting the work flow.  It's affordable and easy to find a suitable preferably quiet space within your office setting.  Burnout is a major problem in our society.  A few simple minutes of 
Chair Massage could make a big difference!  If you would like to schedule onsite 
Chair Massage for your staff or need additional information please feel free to contact us. Remember- healthy employees create a healthy business! 

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