Benefits of Seated Massage
The benefits of chair massage are plentiful. We focus specifically on the needs of the individual. That may mean working out a stiff neck in one person, relaxing tight shoulders for another or even helping to get rid of a nagging headache.
Massage has been shown to improve blood flow to the brain which increases alertness and cognitive ability.
Beyond the immediate physical benefits, there are secondary systemic benefits such as lowered perceived stress and reduced stress hormones. This has a very positive effect on the immune system.
If you are an employer, you may encounter fewer workers calling in sick as a result of this boost in wellness. You may also get a reduction in absenteeism from the increased morale. If your employees feel like you are a caring boss and look out for them, they are much more likely to return the favor by going the extra mile.
Don’t take our word for it take a look at the small sample of studies that have been done on the positive effects of massage.
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Studies have proven that MASSAGE CAN…..
*Reduce absenteeism -
at University of Miami School of Medicine
* Reduce Stress -
*Increase speed in problem solving
*Increase accuracy in problem solving
*Reduce anxiety levels
*Enhance employee alertness on the job