Massage Therapy for the Workplace


On-site Chair Massage can provide a unique incentive or benefit for employees. Employees who have received a 10-20 minute massage during the day return to work with their stress reduced and increased levels of productivity.


Research Data:

"Chair massage therapy helps reduce fatigue, increases mental alertness, and boosts productivity when received twice weekly."

-Touch Research Institute,
Miami University Medical School



"I'd received a (seated) massage from Dana at the Women In Networking Conference in January 2011. I was so impressed by her techniques and how wonderful I felt afterword that I decided to hire her to provide seated massage during my company's 5 year anniversary celebration. She arrived 15 minutes early. She not only provided massages for the people who signed up for them, she gently encouraged some of the more shy-types to be sure sign up. She was so friendly and easy-going; everyone felt immediately comfortable with her. After the event I received many positive comments about her work. All in all, having her at my event provided that little extra something that took it from good to great.

Thank you Dana!”

-Maureen Heinen,
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Employee Stress Data:

  • Up to 90% of all visits to primary care physicians are for stress-related complaints
  • Up to 80% of industrial accidents are due to stress
  • Over 50% of lost workdays are stress-related
  • 14% of workers say stress caused them to quit or change jobs in the previous two years.


Chair Massage:

  • Therapist provide the chair, there is no investment by the employer
  • Chair adjusts easily to fit participant
  • Chair meets American Disabilities Act Standards
  • Participant is upright
  • Participant remains fully clothed