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Corporate Chair Massage Program  Benefits

If you are thinking about a corporate chair massage program for your office or company as part of your wellness benefits package, you will want to consider the benefits to employees and your company.  Whether you provide massage regularly, just during “crunch” times, or as an employee appreciation treat, massage can really make a difference in productivity, job satisfaction, and health.

Please contact me if you would like more information or are interested in starting a Chair Massage Program at your company.

Compared to other programs

  • Participation – 99% of your employees will take part in a chair massage program, study after study have shown this to be true.
  • Cost – Chair massage is often cheaper than providing free coffee or soda and healthier, from as little as $13 per employee.
  • Effectiveness – Same day results that last for weeks.
  • Improves employee productivity

    Even a brief chair massage visit can significantly improve employee problem solving abilities.  A recent study in American Psychologist gave one group of workers  a 15 minute rest, and another, a 15 minute massage. The group that received the massage performed significantly better on complicated tasks like math problems.  Massage also improves creative thinking and relieves fatigue.  It’s better than a cup of coffee!

    The number of companies that offer massage to lower stress and improve productivity is growing every year. 

    Keeps employees healthy

    A corporate chair massage program can help keep your employees healthy as well as happy. Massage has been shown to reduce blood pressure, relieve arthritis, improve joint and muscle aches especially in painful areas of the neck and back, and even increase immunity to colds and flu! In addition, massage can play a very important role is preventing and treating the pain and numbness associated with excessive keyboard and mouse use.

    Reduces employee stress

    Stress-related employee turnover, absenteeism and waning morale all affect the bottom line. Job stress and related problems cost companies an estimated $200 billion or more annually, based on information from the American Institute of Stress and the American Psychological Association. Corporate massage technique measurably lower the day to day stress of the competitive workplace. Relaxed workers are more likely to cooperate with each other, and lowering stress lowers both anxiety and hostility, improving the work environment for everyo