Why Chair Massage is Right for Your Company


By Hanna Kim - June 25, 2018

Benefits of Massage

 

People love massage and there are many reasons why. Most people agree that massage simply feels good, and that it is an effective self-care tool for treating common issues such as back pain, which can come from sitting at a desk long hours.

 

The health benefits of massage are not limited to just alleviating the physical discomforts a person might have. There are many mental and emotional benefits to receiving a massage. Massage reduces stress and anxiety that come from work and everyday life, and therefore promotes relaxation, focus, and better sleep. Providing a stress relieving activity in your workplace helps employees be their best selves.
 

The Significance of Workplace Appreciation

 

Researchers at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania conducted a study on the correlation between gratitude and work engagement: Researchers randomly divided university fundraisers into two groups.

 

One group made phone calls to solicit alumni donations in the same way they always had. The second group—assigned to work on a different day—received a pep talk from the director of annual giving, who told the fund-raisers she was grateful for their efforts. During the following week, the university employees who heard her message of gratitude made 50% more fundraising calls than those who did not.”
 

During the following week, the university employees who heard her message of gratitude made 50% more fundraising calls than those who did not.”

 

We always hear how it’s better to show instead of tell, and this is true for gratitude too. Why not show your employees your gratitude for their hard work, in a way that boosts not only performance and engagement, but also the employee’s well-being and health?

 

There is a trending popularity in better work-life balance, especially amongst Millennials who were born between 1977-1997. Millennials make up a large portion of today’s workforce, and they seek a company culture that promotes work-life balance. A Future Workplace survey found that 91% of Millennials expect to stay at a job for less than three years.

 

As a company that puts time and resources into training and development for an employee, consider how combining the benefits of gratitude with the benefits of massage can provide a sound return on your investment. Job growth is at an all time high in cities all across the US, and unemployment rates are at an all time low. It is crucial to your business to give the best employees reasons to stay. A token of appreciation like chair massage can be part of your employee retention strategy.

 
 



We Make Chair Massage Simple, Effective, and Reliable

 

LoDo Chair Massage makes it possible to bring the benefits of massage into your place of business. People with all sorts of jobs, whether they are sitting at a desk, standing on their feet, or doing hard physical labor, can benefit from a small massage session during the work week. Our massage therapists have provided chair massage to workers in all sorts of settings: start-up’s, law firms, factories, hospitals, schools, and more.

 

LoDo Chair Massage keeps it simple. Call or email us with your needs. Get a quote for on-site chair massage right away. Get on our calendar. Relax.

 

LoDo Chair Massage keeps it effective. With participation rates for chair massage ranging from 80-100% and scores of 5 star reviews, your event will be a success.

 

LoDo Chair Massage keeps it reliable. Our team of chair massage therapists therapists are vetted specifically for reliability, and our management team is available to help if emergencies arise.

 

You can count on us! Let us do what we do best- help you and your team relax.

 


 About The Author
Hanna Kim has been practicing massage therapy at LoDo Massage Studio since 2016. She ventured into the world of complementary healthcare through massage, after studying Advertising and Intercultural Communications in college. She enjoys combining her passions for writing and wellness, and loves sharing what she learns with others.

 

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