Corporate Massage to Help your Business

Corporate Massage to Help your Business

Take care of yourself and your employees by receiving a short massage while at work!

As a business owner, you undoubtedly would like your business to perform well and that means, in the words of Richard Branson, taking care of your employees (and yourself!).
Richard Branson quote

Workplace and mental stress costs Australian businesses more than $10 billion per year in absenteeism and reduced work productivity according to data from compensation claims made in 2008-09 and 2010-11 (Safe Work Australia).

Work-related and mental stress accounts for the longest stretches of absenteeism
(National Health and Safety Commission).

The signs or symptoms of stress can be physical, psychological and behavioural and include:

Physical symptoms Psychological symptoms Behavioural symptoms

Fatigue Depression Increase in sick days or absenteeism
Muscular tension Anxiety Diminished creativity or initiative
Headaches Discouragement Decreased work performance
Sleeping difficulties, insomnia Irritability and aggression Problems with interpersonal relationships
  Pessimism Mood swings and irritability
  Feeling overwhelmed and unable to cope Frustration and impatience
  Reduced ability to concentrate or make decisions Disinterest and isolation

A list like this could have a devastating impact and effect on your business.
Massage therapy is a valuable and cost effective way of alleviating some of these symptoms. Your employees will appreciate the gesture and it provide numerous health benefits such as:

  1. Reduces stress
  2. Decreases anxiety and depression
  3. Relieves muscle tension and pain
  4. Prevents repetitive strain injuries
  5. Improves quality of sleep
  6. Relieves headaches
  7. Lowers blood pressure
  8. Increases immune function
  9. Increases focus, energy and mental clarity
  10. It feels good!

Book a corporate massage today.

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