The benefits of corporate massage are far reaching for employees and employers alike. If you’re thinking about bringing chair massage into the office, you probably want to know what the benefits of chair massage might look like for your office. We are committed to answering your questions, so let's get started.
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When booking a chair massage event for your team, scheduling the individual sessions correctly is critical.
If employees miss out on massages due to poor scheduling, it can leave them frustrated and have a negative impact on morale.
For example, if you are paying to have 5 massage therapists to provide exactly 100 fifteen minute massages for your office, you need to know exactly how those massages are scheduled so your money is well-spent and the event is effective.
This How-To guide will help you schedule things perfectly so your employees will feel happy and appreciated, and you won't have to worry.
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If you're looking for a basic overview of workplace massage, you've come to the right place.
Every day, more companies are turning to office massage as an answer to many of their problems. So we'd like to give a quick review of office
In this article, we'll cover what corporate
Editor's note: This post was originally published February 2016. It has been updated for accuracy.
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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.
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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!)