Your employees good health is a key factor in the success and operations of your business. Whether or not you cover your employee base with health insurance, massage therapy is often not included in the average health plan. Although this is changing year after year, a way to ensure your employees are productive, happy and healthy is to treat them with a chair massage during the work day! Employees are often in a standard sitting position for hours on end. This has led to a number of health issues over the years for millions of Americans. So, shake it up for that great staff of yours every now and again. They will be incredibly appreciative of the gift and healthy treat. It’s entirely up to you how many employees can get a massage and for how long each.

We tailor business packages just for you. Since you are working with only one person, James, there is little that can’t be done to provide a business massage package just for you and your team.

Want to know the best part?
In most cases, IT’S A WRITE OFF!

The Affordable Care Act carefully dictates what you can do with wellness programs if you want to write off the costs of sponsoring these programs while avoiding legal hassles.
Here’s what you need to know…

A company can pay for wellness programs and deduct the costs as long as the programs adhere to government regulations. These regulations require that access to programs is nondiscriminatory (i.e., not limited to owners or other key people). The regulations also group wellness programs into two categories: participatory wellness programs and health-contingent wellness programs; each has its own rules. We encourage you to consult your benefits expert or your corporate accountanting/legal team to ensure you are in compliance.

Benefits to Massage in the Workplace…

Lowered health-care costs

Regular workplace massage can reduce the need for doctor’s visits for many physical complaints and stress-related issues.

Increase Productivity

Just fifteen minutes of chair massage a week has been scientifically proven to lower stress, reduce muscle tension and rejuvenate the mind and the body.

Save Money
(Tax-deductible Employee Benefit)

Providing chair massage in the work place is a fraction of the price an employee would pay for a session.

Reduced absenteeism

Because massage benefits the immune system, it can reduce absenteeism due to illness.

Improved morale

Workers consistently report improved mood and a greater sense of well being after a session of chair massage.

When to have Massage?
  • As a reward (After a big accomplishment)
  • Crunch Time (when overtime is required)
  • Lift Moral
  • Relieve Stress (End of year, Holidays)
  • On a monthly basis (Employees see it as a added benefit)