Chair Massage is an acupressure massage performed by trained professionals in a specially designed ergonomic chair. It focuses on high-tension areas including the neck, shoulders, back, arms, and hands. Typical times are 15 to 20 minutes.
Yes – that is why chair massage is perfect for the corporate environment.
No – not for Chair Massage or Indian Head Massage. However additional therapies such as Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Therapeutic and Sports Massage do use oils or creams.
Absolutely not! We work unobtrusively in a vacant room or quiet corner. Sessions are short and take no longer than a coffee break.
Actually employees will be more alert. They return to work with a fresh focus, a better attitude, and improved productivity. Research has shown that employees who receive regular massage work faster and with fewer errors.
Only a small space is required for Chair Massage. Approximately 1.5m will be sufficient.
Of course! All our practitioners have Professional Mal-Practice, Professional Indemnity and Public Liability insurance of at least £1 million. However there have never been any reported cases of someone being hurt by chair massage.
You will be asked to complete a short medical questionnaire prior to receiving treatments as certain treatments are not appropriate for certain conditions. Your therapist will give appropriate advice during a pre-treatment consultation.
Yes. Chair massage has been a fast growing service since its introduction to the UK in 1990. Why? Because it works! Both large and small companies are using chair massage to help improve the health and well-being of staff in the workplace and also as a promotional tool at marketing events.
Yes – we have worked at companies and events across the UK and Europe.
Here are some of the reasons why we have had happy and healthy clients for over 10 years:
Quality – We use only the best therapists specifically trained to provide massage for the corporate market. They must have passed an in depth accredited diploma course in seated acupressure chair massage and have great people skills too.
Online booking system – this ensures HR isn’t tied up with organising bookings. We also provide posters, flyers and other information leaflets for the service.
Service – A single point of contact, quality control, replacement and reserve practitioners and help with administering the service at events all come as standard.
Safety – All our practitioners have Professional Mal-practice, Professional Indemnity and Public Liability insurance of at least £1 million.
International Coverage – we have worked at events across the UK and Europe.
Additional Services – we can also provide talks & workshops on a range of health issues: Diet & Nutrition, Health & Fitness, Stress Management, Work-Life Balance