Corporate Massage

In 2010 sick days cost employers approximately £16.8 billion, plus indirect costs like reduction in customer service delays – how much is sickness/absence costing your company?

iStock_000011235517XSmallchairmassageStress in the workplace is increasing and is a significant factor in poor performance, low morale and absenteeism. Many companies are looking for new ways in which they can reduce stress at work and help keep their employees healthy. More and more companies are bringing holistic therapists into the workplace to meet this need.

Poynton Holistic Clinics’ corporate massage service is a very effective form of massage therapy that reduces stress and increases productivity and positive energy in the workplace. Even short ten minute massages, given on a regular basis, can make a significant diference to your employees. Massage in the workplace is a great way to boost morale, reward employee performance, and enhance the health and wellness of your business.

Massage in the workplace provides proven benefits such as:

  • Reduced muscle tension
  • Improved blood flow and circulation
  • Increased energy, alertness and productivity
  • Decreased levels of anxiety
  • Improved morale
  • Improved mental clarity
  • Decreased absenteeism due to stress related illnesses

All our therapists are qualified, extremely experienced, fully insured and members of professional bodies such as the Federation of Holistic Therapists. They are friendly in their approach and strive to provide a caring professional service at all times. Each therapist will arrive with their own on site massage chair, disposable face covers and soothing music.

Poynton Holistic Clinic’s corporate rates are extremely competitive. Contact us now to discuss your requirements and let us help you make the most of your budget and time.

Schulman and Jones (1996) found that after 6 weekly massages participants who previously measured above average stress levels were now found to have below average levels.

Palmer (1990) showed that stress and anxiety were costing top American companies over 25 million dollars per annum in the form of lowered productivity and absenteeism

Field, Quintino, Henteleff, Wells-Keife, & Delveccio-Feinberg (1997) showed that massage significantly reduced fatigue and increases vigour.