Office massage

What is OnSite Massage?

It was originally designed for computer workers in America’s Silicone Valley in the 1980s.  An enterprising masseur realised that he could take a massage to office workers that would bring them relief from the long hours spent at a keyboard, that was minimally disruptive and that could be completed in about 20 minutes which would…

Get staff back into work on a Monday with a buzz – office massage on a Monday

Why not offer staff the opportunity to sample the benefits of a massage at work on a Monday and encourage them to come into work with a bit of a buzz and excitement. Companies we work with have often told us that by scheduling their office massage service on a Monday they feel staff come…

Does massage work and where’s the science behind it?

It would seem that research into the effects of massage especially in treating lower back pain is available but very little scientific research has been done quantifiably around other aspects of massage. To really understand the benefits of massage you may have to look at the other dimensions and one very important human physiological response…

Take stretch breaks instead of coffee breaks

Shoulder rolls and neck tilts Roll your shoulders in a circular motion: front, up, back and down. Repeat 6-8 times. Tilt your head toward the right shoulder. Keep your shoulder blades down and hold for at least three breaths, then return to centre and do the same the other side. Benefits: Strengthens and stretches muscles…

Why I love my massage

I am really lucky because my wife is a trained masseuse and I can occasionally ask her to work her magic and free the muscles in my back after a hard day at work. But even if she wasn’t there I would always have a massage as I need to be fit and feeling well…