On-Site Massage Service For Employees at Your Office at Any Location UK-wide
Relaxa provides fully clothed On-Site massage treatments for employees at your offices at any location UK-wide.
Relaxa employs more than 1,000 highly qualified massage practitioners to provide a range of fully clothed massage treatments On-Site at your premises and work with more than 2,000 companies UK-wide. In addition, Relaxa can also provide a complimentary online booking schedules so that people can book themselves in at a suitable time slot.
Number of massage treatments that can be provided (10-minute, 15-minute and 20-minute treatments):
20-minute massage treatments:
One massage practitioner can complete 20 massage treatments in 8 hours
One massage practitioner can complete 18 massage treatments in 7 hours
One massage practitioner can complete 15 massage treatments in 6 hours
One massage practitioner can complete 12 massage treatments in 5 hours
15-minute massage treatments:
One massage practitioner can complete 26 massage treatments in 8 hours
One massage practitioner can complete 23 massage treatments in 7 hours
One massage practitioner can complete 20 massage treatments in 6 hours
One massage practitioner can complete 16 massage treatments in 5 hours
10-minute massage treatments:
One massage practitioner can complete 38 massage treatments in 8 hours
One massage practitioner can complete 34 massage treatments in 7 hours
One massage practitioner can complete 30 massage treatments in 6 hours
One massage practitioner can complete 22 massage treatments in 5 hours
On-Site massage provides the following benefits to your company:
- Provides a cost-effective way of showing you care about your staff
- Boosts the morale of your employees
- Provides a very effective way of saying ‘thank you’ to employees for their hard work
- Leaves your employees with a lasting impression.
- Companies that offer services like this for their staff often receive a greater commitment from them.
What is On-Site Acupressure Massage?
On-Site Acupressure Massage is performed on fully clothed clients who sit in an ergonomic chair specifically created to provide them with complete comfort and support. No oils or creams are used and the massage focuses on the back, arms, hands, shoulders, neck and head. The practitioner applies pressure to over 100 specific stress release points around the upper body. It is a quick and convenient form of therapy whose benefits are felt straight away. Based on 1,300 years of Japanese-style acupressure massage, On-Site massage is designed to relax clients by de-stressing and relieving general muscular tension, leading them to feel revitalised.
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What is Indian Head Massage?
Indian Head Massage is performed on a fully clothed and seated recipient and is a very suitable form of massage for people that spend long periods of time at their desks and computers. The recipient receives a refreshing and balancing massage of the upper back, upper arms, neck and scalp as these are places where the body holds tension. This massage relaxes the muscles in the upper body and improves blood circulation helping the recipient to remain dynamic and in control during times of stress. Indian Head Massage is great for preventing and treating R.S.I, back, neck and shoulder pain, mental fatigue and stress related symptoms.
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Relaxa can offer a range of therapies which includes Reflexology, Reiki, Facial Rejuvenation Massage and other fully clothed massage treatments.
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"5 million working days were lost as a result of back pain in 2003-04, making back pain the largest single cause of work-related absence in Britain"
"Back pain is the number 2 reason for long term sickness in much of the UK"
"All employers have a duty of care to protect the health and safety of their employees"
"RSI costs employers almost £300 million per annum in lost working time, sick pay and administration"
"Poor posture whilst sat at a computer causes more back problems than the excessive lifting and carrying". (Workplace Law Network, October 2006).