Corporate Chair Massage
Every GOOD business knows, if you want a successful and productive company INVESTING in your employees health and wellness is the BEST investment you can make. Studies have shown companies that utilizes wellness programs that are preventative practices of care (like massage therapy), there is a significant increase in productivity and dramatic decrease in absenteeism. Massage therapy offered in the work space can also boost office moral (who wouldn’t look forward to a massage at work).
Event Chair Massage
We work with many organizations and companies to help their events become EVEN BETTER! Whether it is a charity walk/run, retreat, fundraiser, college event or private party massage can be the added experience that will make you event STAND OUT! Definitely a experience your attendees will be talking about for years to come!
How it works:
Our team of highly trained therapists will come to your office space and offer either clothed seated chair or table massage
- Massage sessions will be for 5, 10 or 15 minute intervals. Company can decide length of massage. Be advised that there will be time needed between each massage for clean up and set up for the next client (approximately 5 minutes). This clean up/set up time is not included as the massage time.
- ex. 5 minute massage time + 5 minute clean up/set up time
- 5min massage = 6 clients/hr
- 10min massage = 4 clients/hr
- 15 min massage = 3 clients/hr
- Albany Massage Professionals shall provide all necessary equipment for services rendered. (Massage chair/table, music, aromatherapy, cleaning supplies, etc.)
- Contracted company shall provide a quiet space large enough to handle the chair/table massage (approximately 8ft. x 8ft.minimum) with a working electrical outlet and working light.
- The therapist will be available for the number of hours contracted. The therapist will work on the clients during those hours. It is up to the company to provide clients and coordinate scheduling of clients. The therapist will be paid for the hours contracted regardless of the number of clients worked on.
- The therapist will take an unpaid one hour lunch break (for events 3.5 hours or longer)
- Every 2 hours the therapist will take a paid 10-minute break.