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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

5 Innovative Ideas to Improve Employee Morale

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Apr 11, 2016 5:30:00 PM

If you’ve ever run a business, you know how difficult it can be to find and keep good people. We’re talking about those people that make your business run and make it look easy. Those people are hard to find, and making sure they stay motivated and happy is even harder. Today, employee morale is more critical than ever.

In this article, we'll cover 5 basic ideas to boosting employee morale, with several examples of each idea. 

Massage at Work: Top 10 Questions Answered

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Mar 25, 2016 11:30:00 AM

Have questions about office massage? You're not alone. More companies than ever are recognizing the benefits of massage for employees and employers alike. And with that comes a lot of questions.
In this article, we'll cover the top 10 questions about office massage that we hear everyday. 

What We're NOT

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Jan 21, 2016 9:00:00 AM

It's not you, it's us. 

Don't take it personally.

There are just some things about how we operate here at Incorporate Massage that means we're not a good fit for every company who wants chair massage.

10 Signs You Should Invest in Corporate Massage Therapy

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Sep 23, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Corporate massage is definitely not a cure-all for every office problem. There are a lot of things that a massage simply won’t solve.

If your corporate culture just sucks, a massage program won’t fix that. If you aren’t paying your people what they’re worth, a 15 minute massage won’t cover that up. It’s possible that you may need more help than corporate massage can provide.

But there is quite a bit that chair massage actually can do for companies looking to improve certain aspects of their business. Here is a list of some problems our clients have solved with a little chair massage, and we have the data to back it up.

What To Expect At Your First Chair Massage Event

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Jul 29, 2015 1:40:02 PM

Every year we provide massage for hundreds of corporate clients across the U.S. and one of the most common things they want to know when booking a massage event with us for the first time is, "What happens next?"

This is a really great question and it's an important question for anyone getting started with a massage at their office for the first time.

What we are going to do in this article is build out a cheatsheet for any first timer who's wanting to know what to expect with their first chair massage event.

How to Pick the Best Office Massage Service Provider for Your Company

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Jul 27, 2015 8:00:00 AM

What we do here at Incorporate Massage isn't a good fit for every single business. And there are a lot of workplace massage choices out there to choose from that fit different businesses, corporate cultures, and budgets.

What we are going to do in this article is explore and compare the different options out there for office massage services so you can find the option that works best for your situation.

Top 10 Corporate Massage Therapy Problems and Solutions

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Jul 16, 2015 8:00:00 AM

When you are considering corporate massage therapy at your office, some problems might come up. From budgets and scheduling to liability and compliance, there are a lot of reasons that you, or the people upstairs, might have some reservations. 

Can You Do Chair Massages on Legs and Feet?

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on Jun 10, 2015 8:00:00 AM

I was talking to a client this week and they asked me a question that we get all the time from people getting chair massages. They asked me if they can get massage on their legs and feet? 


With chair massage, people usually just do neck and shoulders. But what happens if you really need some hip work to help with your sciatica? Or some foot massage for your achy feet?

4 Ways To Provide On Site Chair Massage On a Budget

Posted by Amelia Wilcox on May 27, 2015 12:30:00 PM

I was talking with a client this week about on site chair massage and they asked me a very interesting question. This question really needs to be addressed because I hear it from potential clients all the time, and many times they don’t know that there are any options to help with them with this issue, so they just can’t move forward.