What is seated acupressure/ On-Site Seated Chair Massage?
Chair massage focuses on the upper body areas that often cause problems for people who sit at a desk or use a computer keyboard.
Chair massage can help prevent or relieve carpal tunnel syndrome, tension headaches, neck pain, and back problems.
This massage technique can be performed anywhere since you don’t need to undress and it doesn’t require oils. For example: home, shopping centre, trade shows, festivals, charity events and even at work in your normal work attire.
Instead of using a table, the massage takes place in a specially designed portable massage chair provided by the massage therapist.
Leaning forward in the chair allows you to relax completely with your head resting in a comfy face cradle lined with a soft, disposable cloth cover.
What are the benefits?
Seated Acupressure helps to relieve:
Corporate On-Site Chair Massage/Seated Acupressure – The Rationale!
A growing number of businesses are providing massage as part of their employee wellness programs.
Businesses know that having healthy employees translates into increased competitiveness in the marketplace. Workers that are healthy and well contribute to a company’s productivity – and that means profits.
Many employers are noting the positive effects of an on-site massage program as part of their wellness program. Moreover, they have found massage to be a cost-effective benefit, the cost of which employees are willing to share.
LokoVita’s on-site chair massage program allows your company to be on the cutting edge of bringing the benefits of massage to the workplace.
On-site massage is becoming one of the fastest growing employee wellness benefits that companies offer. It is a safe, convenient, cost-effective program that boosts employee morale and provides valuable health benefits. On-site chair massage is available to all sizes and types of businesses from small offices to large corporations.
On-site massage does not require a private room and can be offered at the workstation, in a conference or work room.
The length of a massage session is 10-15 minutes, the length of a typical work break.
What are the benefits for you!
Benefits to employees!