How can workplace massages improve your business?
Office massage is an extremely cost-effective way to alleviate physical and mental tension, and extremely popular with employees. At Joyful Living we offer various types of office massage
Choose one of our workplace massage services below:
Why using workplace massage:
By adding workplace massage to your employee benefits you’ll be able to promote a healthier and happier environment, leading to increased motivation and productivity.
Corporate Massage provides benefits such as:
- Relieves back and shoulder discomfort
- Lowers blood pressure
- Relaxes the nervous system
- Reduces stress and tension
- Increases blood circulation
- Boosts the immune system
Easy to organise
Our in-office massage treatments are easily carried out on your premises with:
- short treatments of 10,15, 20 minutes
- fitting seamlessly into your company’s daily schedule
- expertly trained therapists, fully qualified
- minimal space required
Frequently Asked Questions
Please find below some of our frequently asked questions about our massage service – you can find even more information in our full FAQs section.
In our work of over 10 years in the corporate wellbeing industry and thousands of clients, we know that employees might experience:
- Physical tension in neck, shoulders and back, due to bad posture when sitting and a workstation not appropriately designed.
- Repetitive strain injuries in wrists and hands
- Tiredness, headaches, stress, anxiety
- Lack of motivation and low productivity
This might result for companies in lower productivity, lower profits, lower staff retention, absenteeism and costs form compensations.
In every business staff productivity is essential. In order to perform well and be highly creative staff need to keep high energy levels, mental alertness and motivation through the day.
Fortunately, as more and more employees expect that since mental and physical stress is created at work this is where it has to be addressed, more and more employers recognise there is a relation between employee wellbeing and work.
Workplace massage is today one of the most common employee wellbeing benefits for its numerous benefits to employees, companies and its versatility.
Office massage is extremely popular with employees for its pleasant effects, leaving them feel invigorated, mentally focused and ready to work at their best. This comes not as a surprise, as massage has physiological and mental benefits, relieving muscular tension, calming the nervous system, alleviating mental stress, tiredness and anxiety reducing blood pressure whilst improving circulation and lymph flow, producing endorphins, the natural happy hormones. This results in improved concentration, higher energy levels, enhanced morale and sense of satisfaction at work.
More and more employers realise that regular massage alleviates the effects of physical and mental stress, thus reducing stress and increasing team morale.
The benefits for companies that have massage and wellbeing services at work are numerous. Offering massage in the workplace helps business:
- Promote a healthier workforce
- Boost motivation and productivity
- Reward performance
- Cut costs by reducing absenteeism, staff turnover, risks of injuries and litigations
- Show commitment to employee wellbeing
- Increase loyalty and staff retention
- Attract talents
- Improve the company culture and office atmosphere
- Add value to the company
As workplace wellbeing is today part and parcel of business, having wellbeing services at work, such as massage, not only benefits employees and business performance, but does it also set apart the best companies to work for.
Workplace massage can be introduced as a one off, to get staff acquainted or reward them for their performance, however, it is when it’s offered as a regular activity that it achieves the most benefits for employees and business.
Massage can also be used as part of a strategy to relieve physical and mental tension in conjunction with other services such as posture awareness workshops, desk-based exercises and stretches, workstation assessments and yoga & Pilates classes.
As with other wellbeing services for the workplace, workplace massage can be used as prevention for stress and injuries, helping employers meet obligations towards their employees’ health & well-being.
We have a six-hour workday. A therapist may conduct 24 treatments in a day with 15-minute windows, and 18 with 20-minute periods. Desk Massage lasts 10 minutes, therefore therapists can do up to 36 sessions each day.
Yes, therapists bring all of the required equipment to your place of business. They provide an unique ergonomic chair, wipes, hand sanitizer, medical paperwork, and music to play for onsite chair massage. There is no need for a chair for a desk massage.
The space required for chair massage is minimal; all that is required is a small conference room or an open area of around 2x2m for the therapist to move around during the massage.
It’s all really simple: you need to contact us and make a reservation and we will send a therapist on the day you selected at the time of booking. You just need to set the space, meet the therapist when they arrive, and offer a list of attendees.
A therapist is sent to the workplace and arrives 20 minutes before their scheduled start time to set up. Before the treatment, the therapist will ask each client to fill out a medical consultation form to check for contraindications and to identify areas that require more focus. Clients feel more relaxed, both physically and psychologically, at the end of the session.
To work as a massage therapist in the United Kingdom, you must have professional credentials and insurance. All of our therapists are specialists in their fields, members of Professional Bodies, and have received training in a variety of techniques as well as years of experience. We review all certifications and insurance, as well as abilities and personality, to ensure that all therapists are competent and friendly.
Our workplace massage costs vary depending on the length of the treatments, and the number of employees that would benefit from them. Get in contact with us today to learn more about our rates.
A massage therapist is generally scheduled to come to the office once a month or bimonthly and spend the entire day. It is also affected by the number of employees in the company.
Please contact us or send us an email with your requirements so that we can tailor something to your specific needs.
No, since we work silently in an empty room or a quiet area. Sessions are only a few minutes long, no longer than a coffee break.
Employees will be required to complete a brief medical questionnaire prior to receiving treatments, as certain therapies are not appropriate for certain conditions.