You’re at work. Again.
Your boss wants you to do TPS reports. Again.
You have a headache. Again.
NOT again! Why?
Because I’m there. With my chair.
“C’mon, Brad, 15 minutes of massage isn’t going to make my work day that much better.” Perhaps not. But, consider these facts:
- 85% of pain is myofascial – that means it comes from your muscles and soft tissue
- The average employee experiences a 60% reduction in pain after 15 minutes of chair massage
- Massage has been shown to lower blood pressure
- Depression, stress and anxiety are all reduced by massage
Whether you’re an employee or an employer, it’s worth the one dollar per minute.
A Word to Employers:
Massage has some pretty awesome benefits for you too:
- Higher retention rates
- Fewer repetitive strain injuries
- Improved concentration
- Enhanced creative thinking
- Your employees will love you
- You can make fun of them if they drool on my chair
Do that last one at your own risk. That kind of thing can start an uprising.
Look, I know that you care about your employees. The big question you have to ask is: do they? There are justifiable benefits to chair massage. I can give you statistics and facts. But there’s something more important than that – whether or not your employees enjoy their jobs.
Massage is a simple, low-risk, high ROI way to give something back to your employees.
It’s a scientific fact that massage is the best thing in the entire world.
Why not bring some to your event?
I’ll come to:
- Athletic events
- Appreciation days (for anybody: teachers, bankers, bosses, or if you’re all three, moms)
- Community gatherings
- Artistic or musical events (performance anxiety won’t stand a chance)
- Farmer’s markets
That last one may not be completely serious. Unless you want the best picnic ever.
In all seriousness, chair massage is a great way to boost the energy of any event. People will be more relaxed and in a better mood, with fewer knots cramping their style.
So contact me to set something up. I’d love to come bring some good vibes to your event!