Join the leading Fortune 500 companies and thousands of others who now offer massage as a benefit to their employees. Workplace massage produces both instant results and long lasting benefits, while helping your employees achieve peak performance
On-site workplace massage is done at the place of business and is one of the fastest growing, most popular employee wellness benefits. On-the-job stress can contribute to shifts in corporate structure and effect projects, while ultimately affecting your company’s bottom line. Massage therapy has been shown time and time again to alleviate work-related stress, and companies that offer massage to their employees not only have happier, healthier employees, who in turn boost profitability, costs from employees being absent and worker’s compensation claims are drastically reduced. What do you have in return? Employees who excel in their jobs!
Did you know?
- Up to 90% of all visits to primary care physicians are for stress-related complaints. (1)
- Stress accounts for $26 billion in medical and disability payments and $95 billion in lost productivity each year. (1)
- Over 50% of lost work days are stress-related, which keeps about 1 million people per day from attending work. (1)
- Healthcare expenditures are nearly 50% greater for workers who report high levels of stress. (2)
- 40% of job turnover is due to stress. (3)
- The total health and productivity cost of worker stress to American business is estimated at $50-$150 billion annually. (4)
1. Occupational Health and Safety News and the National Council on Compensation Insurance (U.S.A.) 2. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 3. Bureau of National Affairs 4. Sauter, S.L.: Murphy, L.R.; and Hurrell, Jr., J.J. (1990) Prevention of work-related psychological disorders. American Psychologist. 45(10:1146-1153.
Workplace Massage Benefits
- Increases employee retention
- Decreases absenteeism
- Enriches corporate culture
- Improves productivity
- Lowers worker’s compensation claims
- Relieves stress & fatigue
- Lowered blood pressure
- Lowers anxiety & hostility
- Improved employee morale
- Greater company appreciation
How it Works
On-site workplace massage is done at your place of business with employees fully clothed and without the use of oil or lotion.
Your employees will be seated on a specially designed massage chair that provides maximum comfort during their massage.
The chair massage sessions generally range from 10 to 15 minutes long. The therapist will primarily focus on the upper body areas that often cause problems for people who sit at a desk or use a computer for long periods of time. A typical chair massage will include work on the neck, back, shoulders, arms, and hands. You and your employees will return to work feeling refreshed, revitalized, invigorated, and ready to be more productive.