What is Office Chair Massage?
Office chair massage is performed by a certified massage practitioner while the client (employee) sits in a specialized massage chair. This chair is specifically designed to reduce pressure on the spinal column and hip joints.
The practitioner uses massage techniques to relieve tension in the muscle groups of the neck, shoulders, back, arms and hands.
Office chair massage sessions are usually 15 or 20 minutes in duration but can be anywhere from 5 to 30 minutes (or longer).
Do I have to get undressed?
No, you don’t have to get undressed. You will remain fully clothed and no oils are used. Total privacy is not necessary and it is perfectly acceptable to observe or receive chair massage in public.
What about liability?
All practitioners who represent Ahhh Massage are certified with a minimum of 2 years experience, and carry a minimum $2 million professional liability insurance.
How much does it cost?
Ahhh Massage prices offers competitive pricing for all servicing areas. There are no hidden fees and the only additional charge may be a travel fee for remote locations or a parking fee.
How do I book an appointment?
How much space is needed?
A 5’x6′ area is sufficient per chair/practitioner. A board room or unused office works well, but we can set up just about anywhere.
Are gratuities or tips expected?
Gratuities are not expected; however, graciously appreciated. Many company’s include an extra 15% for gratuity. Completely optional!
Do you service my area?
Ahhh Massage is based in Northern Ca. We service most major markets nationally. Contact us if you are interested in on-site chair massage in your workplace!
How will my company benefit from this service?
STUDIES HAVE SHOWN:
A return on investment of $3.40 for every dollar invested in wellness initiatives as shown by reduced turnover, increased productivity and decreased insurance claims
– Health Canada
Regular 15-minute chair massage sessions result in decreased job stress, better performance, and increased speed and accuracy on math computations
– International Journal of Neuroscience 86, 197-205