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Acupressure massage in the workplace

Posted by Ruth Eagin

1000 Days Ago


On-site seated acupressure massage takes minimal time out of the working day and brings immediate results, relaxing and energising your teams when they need a boost.

This treatment is given through the clothes whilst seated in a comfortable, special ergonomically designed chair. It is a deep but relaxing and energising session and as well as being provided in the therapy room is ideal for the office or workplace.

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The sequence of pressure techniques focus on the back, neck and shoulders where the majority of tension is manifested.  The massage results in feelings of alert relaxation so that daily tasks can be resumed with clarity and focus. Areas targeted are the back neck and shoulders and the practitioner can work deeply with controlled pressure as well as some general muscular work and stretches are incorporated to increase flexibility.

Many forward thinking organisations are using on-site massage as part of their well-being initiatives.

The benefits:

  • Short sessions brought you.
  • Minimal disruption to the working day.
  • No need for clothing to be removed.
  • Sessions take place either in a special ergonomic chair or on a futon mat on the floor.
  • Relief from headache, eye strain, back neck & shoulder tension.
  • General relief from back ache and discomfort.
  • Helps concentration, focus and clarity of thought.
  • Boosts morale and can help reduce sickness and absenteeism.
  • Cost effective service for organisations.

For further information or to arrange a meeting with a free demonstration, please do not hesitate to make contact

Ruth Eagin

Article written by Ruth Eagin - Harrogate

Ruth Eagin, Director of SootheEssential Complementary Therapies within Harrogate Therapy Centre offers range of Complementary Therapies by appointment from the treatment room in Harrogate town centre and can provide massage for events, well-being days, regular workplace massage, group bookings and pamper parties.

Ruth is also a qualified lecturer of Complementary therapies... [read more]

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