Benefits of Massage in the Workplace
These massage programs are designed to increase your employees' health and well being for optimal workforce performance. Massage has been proven to reduce tension and stress, while addressing a wide variety of work and non-work related conditions. Massage is a scientific discipline that offers definitive results. Join the growing number of businesses and corporations that are embracing massage in the workplace as a cost effective employee moral and retention strategy.
Table Massage* I Chair Massage
I provide everything needed to make the environment as relaxing as possible for your employees. *Table massage would require a private room, such as a conference room.
Minimum 3 hours
Employees receive their massages at my office where all amenities are included. The company need only provide time and/or funding.
Increased flexibility, range of motion, and circulation
Increased resistance to illness
Relieves stress, strain and pain associated with repetitive motions
Relieves low back, shoulder and neck tension
Offsite Payment Options
Company pays for 100%
Company and individual employee split the cost
Great giveaways for:
A perk for a sales contest
Reward for a great review or big sale
Specials promotions and product launches
Awards or gifts to customers or clients
Birthdays and holidays
This is a results-oriented method of bodywork
The results are both visual and palpable
You get results real-time in the visual responses of the horse as he releases tension
You get results in improvement in performance, suppleness, mobility, and comfort after the work is done
Another important result is the immediate bond of trust that develops, as a result, of this cooperation
Repetitive work, pain, lameness, or compensation for any discomfort can cause tension patterns to develop in muscles and connective tissues that can restrict movement in joints and major junctions of the body. This accumulated tension and restricted movement can negatively affect performance, comfort and can often result in a loss of willingness and perceived behavior problems. These tension patterns can themselves eventually contribute to lameness.
Even after the primary cause of lameness is removed, the tension patterns and restriction often remain. A point has been reached where the horse cannot completely release this tension without help.
The Masterson Method, or Integrated Equine Performance Bodywork, is a unique, interactive method of equine bodywork in which you learn to recognize and use the responses of the horse to your touch to find and release accumulated tension in key junctions of the body that most affect performance.