Nurses love chair massage.
Nurses are big-hearted, open-minded, patient, smart, critical-thinkers, and great listeners. We could go on and on, but anyone who’s ever been under a nurse’s care knows that these quiet professionals exemplify the perfect blend of art and science, compassion and smarts. They walk a fine line between friend and advisor, and they usually walk it with grace and professionalism.
For Nurses Week, massage works wonders!
A single nurse can take care of up to twelve patients at a time in any given shift. They’re usually in charge of administering medications, managing intravenous lines, observing and monitoring patients’ conditions, maintaining records and communicating with doctors. They are also relied upon to give direction and supervision to nurse aides and home health aides. Just typing those responsibilities out stresses me out—imagine what it’s like to actually perform them on a daily basis.
Give stress relief for Nurses Week.
And if you have a nurse in your life (whether you’re currently under his or her care or you’re related to one, married to one, or friends with one) Nurses Week is the perfect opportunity to show your appreciation and sing their praises.
Chair massage will let them rest their feet.
Since nurses work long hours, and because they’re on their feet all day long, consider giving them a massage for Nurses Week. Massages are scientifically proven to lower stress, improve blood pressure, and promote blood circulation. Plus, they feel good, and they’re a better gift than your average run-of-the-mill tokens of appreciation.
We specialize in big massage for hospitals.
And if you know multiple nurses—an entire hospital full of nurses, for example—we’d be happy to bring a whole team of our licensed massage therapists to help you show your appreciation. Just give us a call. Massages are affordable, simple, and your gesture will be remembered until next year (when you can reward them with another massage).