• Mike Thiele

Benefits of Corporate Massage

Updated: Oct 9, 2018

Offering professional massage therapy at work as a part of your employee benefits will go a long way to help reduce employee stress levels, which in turn will make for a more cooperative work environment, improve team coherence and employee wellbeing.

This mobile and flexible massage service enables me to join your event or workplace to deliver a comprehensive half or full day session.


· Improve productivity

· Improve office / team morale

· Improve staff loyalty

· Recruit the best talent

· Lower work related stress

· Improved quality of sleep and mental focus

In today’s working world, stress, pressure, depression and anxiety now seem to be widely accepted as ‘the norm’ for a working environment. All of this contributes to a negative atmosphere employees thus reducing performance.

Happy and valued employees work harder, smarter and faster than undervalued team members. Valued and motivated employees that have feelings of wellbeing, ‘go the extra mile’.

Employers have a responsibility to look after the wellbeing of staff at work.

Employees are the most valuable asset to any business.

Employee wellbeing

There are many reasons why employees within companies can feel forgotten or taken for granted. But employee wellbeing is a fundamental necessity for any business to thrive. Companies that talk about caring have to demonstrate this in positive ways, so the next time your managers ask for suggestions, talk to them about introducing a massage programme.

Employers have a legal requirement regarding their employees’ health and safety responsibilities while at work.

Staff wellbeing strategies are simple practical and cost-effective steps that can be easily put in place – access to on-site services such as massage, advice on nutrition/diet and exercise and signposting to complementary therapies (yoga, Reiki etc.) are all easily and quickly available.

Consequences of poor employee wellbeing

Current research from the (CIPD) shows that presenteeism is becoming a concern as employees turn in for work when they are not fit to do so. Stress and Muscular injuries are the number 2 and 3, reasons for short term absence in the workplace. Massage at work not only helps stress but also delivers benefits in a number of other areas: -

  • Relieves muscular aches and pains / repetitive strain injuries

  • Lowers blood pressure

  • Increases focus and mental clarity

  • Relaxes yet energizes the body

  • Gives a feeling of wellbeing to employees

  • Helps the body cope better with pressure

  • Improves your performance at work

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