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Why Corporate Chair Massages?

Corporate chair massages offer benefits not only to your employees, but to your corporation as well. How? The following are a few ways in which chair massages may help your corporation and employees:

CORPORATION BENEFITS

  • Increase employee focus and energy
  • Show appreciation of employees
  • Reduce sick time and absenteeism
  • Reduce worker comp claims
  • Increase company morale
  • Promote cooperation among team members

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

  • Lower anxiety and stress
  • Relieve muscle pain and tension
  • Decrease repetitive stress symptoms
  • Improve sleep
  • Increase alertness
  • Relieve headaches

RESEARCH SAYS:

Cady, S. H., & Jones, G. E. (1997). Massage therapy as a workplace intervention for reduction of stress. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 84, 157-158.

Method: The effectiveness of a 15-min. on-site massage while seated in a chair was evaluated for reducing stress as indicated by blood pressure. 52 employed participants’ blood pressures were measured before and after a 15-min. massage at work.”

Results: Analyses showed a significant reduction in participants’ systolic and diastolic blood pressure after receiving the massage.”

WHY USE CARING TOUCH MASSAGE LLC?

“Connie provided chair massages to our employees for Hospital Week at Union Hospital. We had a lot of employees come through that day, but Connie still managed to individualize each massage to meet every participant’s physical needs. Connie is very professional and I look forward to working with her in the future.” — Brooke Horn, RN, BSN, Health Advocate Nurse, Union Hospital, Terre Haute, IN


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