"Nico is so accommodating! He'll even setup his chair at your work place. I'm so glad I booked a chair massage session with you! Work and life can get overwhelming at times and I often find relaxation hard to do. Sparing 30 minutes of my lunch break to focus on me was a wonderful experience. My co-workers and I can't wait for you to come back. Thanks again for being so accommodating and convenient! See you in a few weeks!" -Thi, 1st Valley Credit Union
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Chair massage is a massage of the back, shoulders, neck, and arms in which the massage recipient sits comfortably in a specially designed massage chair. Nico kneads, lifts, and stretches the muscles and soft tissues. No oils are used and no clothing is removed. Each chair massage can be anywhere from 5 to 30 minutes long. Nico's chair massage routines are designed to energize and revitalize each recipient. Businesses and Companies will hire Nico to work on their employees as part of their Employee Wellness Program or just as a special treat to show employee appreciation.
You can also find Nico working his massage chair magic at his clients' personal functions. He has been invited to work on guests at such events as baby showers, bridal showers, birthday parties, anniversary parties, family reunions and more. Nico has even been hired to work at Tupperware Parties and other home based business events! If you have an event or party coming up, Nico is prepared to show up and provide your guests with a unique experience they will thank you for and remember forever!
Corporate Chair Massage can help reduce a Company's Workers Compensation Claims, as well as sick time and absenteeism costs.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), repetitive strain injuries, such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome are the nation's most common and costly occupational health problem, costing more than $20 BILLION dollars a year, in Worker's Compensation Benefits!! Work related stress is out of control these days! Employee perceptions of work conditions can have a big impact on an employer's bottom line.
When employees have positive perceptions about their jobs, the organization benefits by having higher employee retention, increased customer loyalty, and a higher bottom line. In 2009, Massage Magazine did a report on a pilot study that found that employer-funded massage therapy, resulted in both increased job satisfaction among their workers, as well as a decrease in the severity of pain among employees, and created stress-relief among their employees. They reported on another study, that showed that Employee Wellness Programs, actually ended up saving their Company's money. Stress is the number one cause of disability, and is the underlying cause of 80-85% of ALL illnesses. Since work related stress has increased in recent years, employers who have set up Corporate Wellness Programs have taken steps to address the issue. Frequent massage can reduce the physical and mental effects of stress, and help to reduce employee burnout, and stress related diseases.