On Site Massage
In today’s workplace, it is common for people to sit in the same position for long periods of time, which can have negative physical effects leading to negative effects on their motivation and productivity.
On-Site seated chair massage treatments can be extremely effective in such an environment and are very practical for the workplace. During the treatment the client remains fully clothed and is seated on a specially designed ergonomic chair. The chair is aimed at providing good client posture and allows the therapist to massage all areas easily.
Our therapists use a mix of different massage techniques without the use of oils or creams, concentrating solely on the key stress carrying areas: the back, shoulders, neck, head, arms and hands. The massage is aimed at improving the flow of energy throughout the body to balance and strengthen the muscular, circulatory and nervous systems. It is an invigorating, non-invasive treatment which helps alleviate stress, headaches, eyestrain, tension and eases muscular aches and pains of the neck, back, shoulders and arms.
The massage will leave the client feeling, relaxed, refreshed and rejuvenated.
Maximum benefits are achieved in just 20 minutes but treatment times can be adjusted to suit requirements. At Go Wellbeing we do not follow a fixed programme but prefer to work with clients to create a tailored solution which matches the specific needs of the individuals and delivers the maximum benefit.
Whatever the size of your business, contact us now to discuss your company’s needs and take care of your business by taking care of your employees.
Benefits to an Organisation
On Site Massage provides a valuable addition to any organisation’s Benefits and Health and Wellbeing strategies. The provision of a service that is highly visible, beneficial for health, enjoyable to receive and perceived as high value is extremely effective in motivating employees by making them feel valued and appreciated. The results are immediate.
Health and wellbeing at work
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) estimates that musculoskeletal disorders were responsible for 9.5 million lost working days in 2005/6.
Approximately 13.8 million working days were lost in 2006/7 due to work-related stress, depression and anxiety.
Source: Working for a healthier tomorrow, Dame Carol Black, 2008
Specifically, a massage service can provide:
- – A practical, cost-effective stress management treatment.
- – A reduction in absenteeism from work due to stress-related illness, muscular aches and pains.
- – An improvement in productivity and overall efficiency of those at work.
- – An increase in morale and motivation of staff.
“Everyone found the session interesting and informative, as well as interactive. We all enjoyed it, so thank you for the time in developing the session and being there on the day.”
Development Manager Supporting People Team, Adult and Community Services
Worcestershire County Council