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Incorporate Massage Blog

Amelia Wilcox

Part massage therapist, part entrepreneur, Amelia first experienced the benefits of massage therapy as a child suffering from headaches. Massage helped, and now she’s returning the favor to her clients every day. A 2002 graduate of UCMT, you can find her running, baking, exploring with her husband, or singing her guilty pleasure, “Reflections” from Disney’s Mulan when she’s not hard at work.
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Recent Posts

A Successful Culture Celebrates Failure: Lessons from Hubspot [video]

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Mar 15, 2018 8:30:00 AM

I recently spoke with Tamara Lilian, Manager of Culture & Experience at HubSpot, a global sales and marketing platform. In her role at Hubspot, Tamara manages events and programs both internally and externally. 

During our conversation, Tamara shared with me how Hubspot's culture is driven by, among other things, the company's dedication to transparency and employee education.

Watch the video interview here:

How Core Values Improve Retention: Entrata's Story

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Nov 24, 2017 10:45:00 AM

Recently, I spoke with my friend Brandon Fish, Vice President of Human Resources at Entrata— a tech company that develops software to help companies manage everything related to multi-family housing.

How Long Should a Chair Massage Be?

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Aug 8, 2017 10:00:00 AM

I was meeting with a potential client yesterday and they asked me a question that is one of the most common questions we hear hundreds of times a year from companies looking to start a chair massage program. 

How long should a chair massage be? 

Should they give their employees five minutes of chair massage? Fifteen? Thirty? Here at Incorporate Massage we provide anywhere from 5 minutes to 60 minutes, but there are pros and cons to the different chair massage durations.

In this article, we'll explore the differences of sessions lasting 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, and 60 minutes so you can make an informed decision.

Corporate Chair Massage Prices: How to Determine Cost

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Jul 26, 2017 10:28:00 AM

When trying to find corporate massage prices online, we’ve noticed there isn’t a lot out there to look at.

Most chair massage companies don’t advertise their rates at all, so it’s really hard for potential corporate massage clients to find the answer to that question they want to know: What are your corporate chair massage rates?

Chair Massage for 24 Hour Facilities: What About the Night Shift?

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on May 23, 2017 8:00:00 AM

An in office massage is easy to find if you want to reward your hard working team during the business day. Between the hours of 9-5, you can find a corporate massage company to come give some sweet chair massage for onsite stress relief without any headache.

But what if you're a hospital with nurses working round the clock?

What do you do if you want to give some massages to the night shift workers at your manufacturing plant?

Or what if your weekend team is working hard and you want to reward them on Saturday?

Here are easy ways to make workplace massage work for your company, even if your employees work all hours of the day (or night!)

Complete Guide to Workplace Wearables

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Nov 4, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Did you hit your 10,000 steps today? Think about how completely strange that question would have sounded a couple of years ago.

Thanks to wearable technology, however, it probably made more sense. That’s because wearable technology has become such a mainstay that its terminology and implications have worked their way into our collective subconscious faster than you can say biometrics.

In this article, you'll get a complete guide to workplace wearables, including what items should be at the top of your list.

How NOT To Succeed in Business (In 5 Easy Steps)

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Oct 18, 2016 9:49:51 AM

In my experience as an entrepreneur I have had the unfortunate opportunity to see things done in business the worst ways possible, and have gotten to witness firsthand what it does to the marketplace, and to a company's culture. Today I will share those lessons with you. 

Wellness Program Ideas: 3 Lessons I Learned the Hard Way

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Aug 24, 2016 2:33:30 PM

At this year's annual Utah Worksite Wellness Conference, I got the opportunity to speak on one of my greatest passions: How to use the influence of wellness programs to create winning cultures at work.

In this article, I pulled out the highlights of this talk to help other business leaders find ways to build wellness into their culture.

(To watch a video of this talk, click here.) 

Workplace Massage Program Pros and Cons: An Honest Review

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Apr 27, 2016 1:00:00 PM

If you're looking for the pros and cons of workplace massages, you're off to a good start. As we've come to find out, a workplace massage program is not for every business. 

When evaluating if corporate massage is right for your organization, there is a lot to consider. Since we are committed to being brutally honest and open, here is an authentic evaluation of the good, the bad, and the reality of massage at work.