DE-STRESS, ENERGISE AND RELAX
Seated/On-Site Seated Massage Services
What is Seated Massage?
Seated Massage is a quick, convenient and popular way to relieve stress, tension and relax. It is done with the client fully clothed and no oil is used.
The massage focuses on the head, neck, shoulders, back, arms and hands and sessions are generally shorter e.g. 15 mins, 20 mins, 30 mins, making it convenient for promoting your self-care during busy schedules. It can be performed in your home, office, workplace, and events such as team building, exhibitions, product launches, other corporate events, festival, fundraising events, parties, pampering events.
Employee stress relief benefits:
Our affordable mobile massage service can provide relief for:
- Eye strain, headaches, neck, shoulder and back pains
- Accumulated tension from long periods sitting at a desk, workstations or driving
- Reduced fatigue, stress and anxiety
- Relief from backache and Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
- Stimulated lymphatic drainage
- Boosted immune system and increase energy levels.
Studies show millions of work days are lost due to back pain and stress – creating a huge financial impact to businesses.
Seated massage can be an integral part of your company wellbeing program. After a massage, employees return feeling energised, refreshed and able to concentrate better on their work.
Benefits of seated massage to the employer
Research as shown that seated massage contributes to:
- Less employee sick days due to stress
- A happier and healthier workforce
- Boosted morale and creativity
- Increased productivity
- Reduced office tension
What happens during a session?
The first session includes a free initial consultation to determine your present and past health and lifestyle, so as to tailor the treatment to suit your needs and make sure there are no contraindications.
Even though there aren’t many conditions that are aggravated by seated massage, sometimes it is better not to have a massage, e.g., fever or flu. In case of localized pain such as a sprained wrist or a cut on the hand, the practitioner can usually work around those areas.
The practitioner then demonstrates how to get into the massage chair and it will be adjusted until the client is perfectly comfortable.
Most often the areas worked on are the muscle groups in the neck, shoulders, back, arms and hands. These are generally the areas where most of the tension builds up. However, it is also possible for the practitioner to work on the scalp, legs and feet.
The treatment involves gentle and/or vigorous massage techniques. Advice will be given about what you can do to maintain or improve your wellbeing.
Massage practitioners are professionally trained, certified and insured.
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