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Would Seated Chair Massage Benefit your Employees?

A chair massage will:

  • Reduce stress
  • Ease tension
  • Increase mental clarity
  • Reduce headache and migraine symptoms
  • Help relieve symptoms of repetitive stress
and.... It's only $1.00 a minute!

Call for details and to schedule a free onsite consultation.  619/980-9591

Benefits of Massage

Studies by the Touch Research Institute in Florida show that there are many benefits of seated massage. Immediately after chair massage sessions, the subjects experienced a change in brain waves, which produced heightened alertness and better performance on math problems (they were completed in less time with fewer errors). At the end of a five-week study period, subjects reported reduced job stress and elevated moods. This was in addition to the usual benefits of massage, which are, relief of muscular tension, revitalized energy and a stronger immune system. Findings also show pulse and respiratory rates were reduced after a massage.

From manufacturers to hospitals to financial institutions, companies across the country are using seated chair massage as an employee benefit to reduce stress and enhance the workplace. Seated massage provides employees with a convenient method of alleviating the stress associated with our fast paced society.

Sitting at a computer for extended periods of time can cause lower back, shoulder and neck tension & pain. Repetitive stress injuries are also common among office workers.

A 10 to 20 minute massage relieves tension in the neck, shoulder, back and arm muscles and reduces pain and irritability.

Seated chair massage is performed in your workplace. As you can see, you will be seated upright in a special massage chair and remain fully clothed. A session usually lasts for 10 to 20 minutes.
My chair is lightweight, compact and portable, allowing it to be set up in any office or break room. I have even set up on an outside patio.

Job Stress Facts

Did you know that job stress costs United States employers over $200 billion annually? That’s right! According to the World Labour Report, stress related injuries and conditions such as diminished productivity, compensation claims, absenteeism, health insurance and direct medical expenses cost employers over $200,000,000,000 a year. That’s money that could instead be spent on benefits, rewards and life enhancing activities.

Chair Massage Techniques

I use a variety of massage techniques, depending on what the client’s individual needs are. I most often use Swedish massage, acupressure, reiki, craniosacral therapy and essential oil therapy. I massage the head, neck, shoulders, arms and back. Each person receives a personalized massage depending on what area of their body needs work.

Massage: kneading and stretching muscles to alleviate tightness and knots.

Acupressure: applying pressure with the fingers to specific pressure points on the body.

Reiki: a form of bodywork that uses a simple hands-on technique with the goal of improving the flow of life energy in a person.

Craniosacral Therapy: light touch and extremely light pressure that encourages the bones of the skull to return to their original positions.

Essential Oils: I use therapeutic grade essential oils to promote stress relief and relaxation while increasing mental clarity and concentration.


Sheila Star Coulbourn, HHP, CMT



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