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Incorporate Massage Blog

What is Office Massage?

Posted by Erin Hall on Feb 23, 2016 12:24:16 PM

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 massage. 

In this article, we'll cover what corporate massage is, why do it, and how to get started. 

What is corporate seated massage?

What is Seated Massage at Work?

Office massage, or corporate massage, typically refers to massage services that are provided for employees at their place of work. This can include both seated massage or table massage. 


How Does Corporate Massage Work?

When starting an office massage program, there are some details to pull together. The massage company or therapist you work with will help walk you through these plans. 

Once the program is underway, a licensed professional massage therapist will arrive at your place of business on a regular schedule. They'll bring their own massage table or massage chair and set things up in a pre-determined location (usually an empty office or meeting room).

Related: 4 Keys for Smooth Chair Massage Event Scheduling

Employees then show up for their massages according to a schedule. Depending on the type of massage and the massage program that's been created for the company, the massages could last from 15 minutes to an hour or so.


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Office Massage Benefits

Companies provide on-site massage for their employees for many reasons. In addition to the numerous physical benefits of massage in general, office massage has these additional benefits: 

  • Increased productivity
  • Increased employee retention
  • Reduction in health care costs
  • Fewer repetitive strain injuries
  • Improved employee morale

Since 60% of Americans say work is a significant source of stress (source), a service like on site seated massage is an effective way to lower employee stress. When workers have fewer physical complaints and lowered stress, the workday flows much easier. 

Related: Benefits of Workplace Massage: Is It Really Worth It?


Getting Started with Office Massage

If you're ready to give it a shot, your first step is to find a massage therapist to do the work. You can use an individual therapist with a private practice, or go through a national corporate massage company. Here are some reasons larger businesses prefer to work with a national massage company.

Either way, once you're in contact with the person providing the service, you'll agree on the price, create a schedule, and then get started with the program. 

If you'd like to start with a free demo to see how you and your employees like office massage, click the link below! 


Free Corporate Massage Demo


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