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Corporate Chair Massage Cost: How To Make It Work

Aug 10, 2015 9:00:00 AM

When considering bringing chair massage into a business, many leaders first wonder about cost: How will we afford it? 

You're not alone with that question. Our clients have come up with some great ways to cut costs when bringing chair massage into the business. This article will demystify some of these financial concerns.


Corporate Massage Therapy Problems:
Cost, Budget, Price


 

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Fitting Corporate Chair Massage Into Your Budget

Because chair massage has so many benefits, there are many categories in a corporate budget where it could fit. Employee benefits/perks, employee appreciation and staff parties, and even (especially) the corporate wellness budget. 

A great option some of our clients use is to combine the budgets of a few relevant departments, so each chunk of budgeting covers a certain percentage of the program. Employer-sponsored massage is a perk for employees, but it also cuts down on your healthcare costs, and it's great for recruiting. So clearly, chair massage is not a simple one-category feature. 

Related: Corporate Chair Massage Price: How to Determine Cost

If you're looking for options to cut costs of the service entirely, consider bringing chair massage to your office on a less regular schedule. A one-off event has its' benefits, and a monthly program is going to be more affordable than a weekly program.

Related: On-Site Massage: How Often is Often Enough? 

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Sharing the Burden

Many of our clients use a cost-sharing method to bring chair massage into the office. This usually means employees who want a chair massage can contribute a small fee for their massage. This is still an enormous discount for the employee, and it takes some of the cost issues off the employer.

Even a contribution of $3-$5 per massage, or splitting the cost of each massage 50/50, can make a big financial difference. 

Related: Chair Massage Rates: How Much Does It Cost? 

 

When Cost Sharing Doesn't Work

If you think that a really great way to cut your chair massage costs (like, by 100%) is to have your employees pay for the service completely, you'd be wrong. (In our humble opinion.)

We talk extensively about why this approach will fail every single time in this article: Office Massage Services: Can Employees Pay? 

 

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Erin Hall
Written by Erin Hall

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