4 Types of Workplace Massage

Massage Type
Looks Like...
Simple Set-up with...
Ideal For...
Session time minimum of
Chair Massage
Our equipment, your room or area
Online personal advance booking
-10 to 30 staff
-15, 30 min massages
-Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly
2hrs+
Table Massage
Our equipment, your room or area
Online personal advance booking
-4 to 40 staff
-15, 30, 40 min massages
-Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly
2hrs+
Reclining Chair
Our equipment, your room or area
Online personal advance booking
-6 to 20 staff
-15, 30 min massages
-Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly
2hrs+
Roving Desk to Desk Massage
No equipment needs, location-wide non-disruptive desk visits
No personal bookings
-Up to 100 staff
-5-10 min massages
-Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly
3hrs+



Want to make a difference in employee performance?

1. Increase Productivity

Regular massage therapy has proven beneficial to develop a better overall health profile, particularly enhancing the immune system.

Example:
This study evaluated the effectiveness of an on-site chair massage therapy program in reducing anxiety and stress levels of employees. Subjects participated in the chair massage therapy program or break therapy (control group) for 6 weeks for 15 minutes a week. Significant reductions in anxiety and stress levels were found for the massage group. 
http://jab.sagepub.com/content/32/2/160.short

 

2. Reduce stress-induced illnesses of your staff

Regular massage therapy has proven beneficial to develop a better overall health profile, particularly enhancing the immune system.

Example:
This study evaluated the effectiveness of an on-site chair massage therapy program in reducing anxiety and stress levels of employees. Subjects participated in the chair massage therapy program or break therapy (control group) for 6 weeks for 15 minutes a week. Significant reductions in anxiety and stress levels were found for the massage group. 
http://jab.sagepub.com/content/32/2/160.short

3. Improve mental and physical wellbeing of your staff

When people feel more relaxed or more content they are less distracted by aches, discomfort or stress.

Example:
Coporate on-site massage sessions twice per week for 1 month are the most effective interventions (compared to one session or no massage intervention) for decreasing the duration of musculoskeletal ache, pain, or discomfort and for increasing range of motion. 
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21688984

 

4. Increase loyalty with added convenience

Corporate massage is a popular office perk that shows employers take an active interest in the well-being and schedules of employees.

Example:
A well-researched feature in The Guardian ("Wellbeing is the key to keeping employees motivated, 15 March, 2014) reports how a number of companies have tuned into their employees' lifestyles and now offer health-promoting benefits like massage.