Workplace Benefits – DO NOT USE

 The Kneaded Experience Los Angeles has been providing the best chair massage for your corporate setting, office or workplace since 1994.

Reduce Employer Expenses

U.S. businesses spend approximately $20 billion every year on stress-related compensation claims, reduced productivity, absenteeism, employee turnover, etc. Regularly scheduled on-site chair massages not only can reduce employer expenses, but when used as part of an Employee Wellness Program, nothing else provides more immediate and cumulative benefits in such a convenient and enjoyable manner.


Benefits of Chair Massage in the Workplace

Chair massage in your office helps your employees feel good about themselves and their jobs:

  • Increases employee morale, creativity and productivity
  • Improves concentration and work performance
  • Helps employees to reduce tension and recharge
  • Prevents physical and emotional overload
  • Provides a brief change of pace to allow employees to refocus and regain clarity
  • Boosts energy and alertness
  • Helps alleviate anxiety, depression, irritability and anger
  • Lower health costs, employee turnover and absenteeism
  • Reduces potential Workers’ Compensation claims

Massage Can Help Reduce and Relieve Symptoms

The most common workplace complaints are listed below, but our therapists are trained in just about any symptom that presents itself:

  • Headaches
  • Neck Pain
  • Backaches
  • Tendonitis
  • Eyestrain
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability
  • TMJ Syndrome
  • Repetitive Stress Injuries
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Three Ways to Fit Any Budget

Depending on your budget, we offer three convenient ways to incorporate chair massage into your wellness program:

  • Company sponsors 100% – This is obviously the easiest way your staff can be encouraged to use massage as part of their wellness package. We can invoice weekly (or other) for payment by check or credit/debit card.
  • Co-Pay – This is often a common meeting ground for a lot of employers, as it encourages self-care with your staff taking on an active role, subsidized partially by your wellness program. This is generally a 50/50 split, but we can make any arrangement that works with your budget.
  • Employee sponsored – If the budget for your wellness program does not include chair massage, but your support of the massage program is well documented, the staff can easily pay for their massage time during breaks or lunch, by cash, check or credit/debit card.