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Discover How On-Site Massage Therapy Can Help You and Your Business
Improve Employee Morale
Lower Health Care Costs
Show Your Staff You Care
What Is On-Site Massage Therapy
On-Site massage is a simple, affordable, revolutionary way of offering the benefits of massage in a variety of settings, such as the work place, company events, or even a seminar. The On-Site massage recipient is seated in a specially designed chair, fully clothed, for a session lasting between 5-20 minutes, the length of a typical work break. Areas of the body that are targeted are the head, neck, shoulders, arms, hands, and back. On-Site massage does not require a private room and can be performed at a work station, an office cubical, a conference room or even in a corner of a work area.
Benefits of On-Site Massage
In a very short period of time, On-Site massage can relieve the common aches, pains and stresses, both physical and mental, that are a part of daily living. You or your employee will leave feeling relaxed and rejuvenated, while helping to prevent burn out and stress related illnesses. Reduces the adverse effects of sitting for extended periods of time in the same position. Relaxes physical problems associated with repetitive tasks caused by computer work, sorting, filing and assembly line work. Calms the nervous system and increases circulation. This will improve alertness, attention, and the ability to focus as well as boosting energy, leaving your employees feeling revitalized and ready to return to work. On-Site massage is a great antidote for work slumps! Helps relieve many common problematic conditions such as tension headaches, stiff necks and shoulders, tired muscles, anxiety and eye strain.
Cost of On-Site Massage
There are several ways that On-Site massage can be paid for:
The company pays for the entire cost
Each individual pays for their massage
The cost can be divided between the company and employee.
Stress costs you money!
Why Should You Choose On-Site Massage Therapy
Stress on and off the job costs US businesses an estimated $200 billion a year in reduced productivity, accidents, compensation claims, absenteeism, employee turnover, health insurance and medical expenses.
Up to 90% of all visits to primary care doctors are for stress related complaints.
Up to 80% of industrial accidents are due to stress.
Up to 50% of lost work days are stress related.
14% of workers say that stress caused them to quit or change their jobs in the last 2 years. 1 out of every 6 employees think of quitting once a week. 49.6% of employees say that stress effects their ability to concentrate on work. Investment for a Healthy Business. Prevention is an essential part of solving stress related problems. By catching many potential problems before they cause illness, injury and lost work time, you are saving yourself time and money. On-Site massage is a convenient, safe, cost efficient and an effective way to assist in preventing stress related problems. Additionally, it helps to boost employee morale and company loyalty by showing employees that the company truly cares.
With an On-Site program, the results are seen immediately and it is enjoyed by most people. Other programs instituted by companies take months to show results, if any. If On-Site massage can save one employee from a job related accident or injury, it's value as an investment is unequaled.
How Does It Work
There are many ways to implement On-Site massage in your business. The best results are achieved from regular sessions with an ongoing program.
Regular (weekly-monthly) On-Site sessions for all employees.
Special occasions such as holidays, service anniversaries, secretaries day, etc...
As a break during long training sessions or meetings.
As an incentive program for good work, reaching goals or completing projects.
In times of stress such as near dead lines or during peak work periods.
At company events...picnics, parties or seminars.
Rehab those sore and over worked muscles, Relax away the tension and anxiety, and revitalize the mind and body for optimum performance