What is Chair Massage?
Also called seated massage, chair massage commonly last 10-30 minutes and can employ a variety of massage techniques including:
- Swedish Massage
- Deep Tissue Massage
The massage chair is essentially an upright massage table. The client’s face rests in a padded face cradle and their legs and arms are supported by padded leg and arm rests.
Chair Massages are commonly used for various occasions, may it be for an Employee Appreciation Day, trade shows or perhaps to promote a company’s brand in some convention. This can be used to attract and engage with potential clients or customers and a chance for you to pitch in your business objective or introduce a product or services offered. For employees, especially those working in a stressful environment, would find having one of these massages a way to relax, destress and freshen up from a long meeting or tiring day at work. A chair massage has a lot of benefits such as relaxing the muscles, relieving headaches, decreases stress that sometimes workload can cause an employee, hence, a higher change to increase their productivity.
Because The Body Connection’s chair massage therapists don’t use oils during the chair massage, the client remains fully clothed and comfortable for the duration of the massage.
Best of all, onsite chair massage allows the massage therapist to travel directly to the client, bringing all the necessary equipment with them.