Corporate Office Massage

On site corporate massage is a short massage which:

  • comes to your workplace
  • is given by a professional massage practitioner
  • is performed over clothes to neck, shoulder, back, arms and hands
  • leaves employees feeling relaxed, refreshed and ready to return to work.

A portable massage chair is used. It is supplied by the practitioner and can be set up and dismantled quickly in any location.


  • Can help the physical and mental effects of stress, which in turn help prevent "burnout"
  • Addresses the problems associated with sitting at a Workstation for long periods of time, such as stiff necks, headaches and back strains.
  • Improves alertness and ability to focus.
  • Cost and Time effective - Approximately $18 per 15 mins; No up front investment or costs.

Why does it work?

  • It's convenient: no need to change clothes, shower or leave work
  • Results are immediate
  • Easy and safe: no special level of fitness is required
  • People enjoy it: improves morale
  • It encourages other steps to health and wellness

Frequently asked questions

Q: Do you have a minimum number of hours required to organise a visit?
A: We require a minimum of 2 hours per visit or approximately 8 people.

Q: How qualified are the therapists?
A: Therapists have over 1500 hours in training, professional, fully insured and members of national association

Q: Do we have to remove any clothing?
A: No, all massages are performed over clothing. One of the wonderful aspects of seated massage is that it is a non-invasive form of massage therapy. People can feel safe and as such can relax much quicker.

Corporate Quotes

In 1998/99, 5.4% of workers compensation claims were stress related.

Workcover statistical report 1998/99

55% of all Work Cover Claims are back, neck and shoulder related

Workcover statistical report 1998/99

Absenteeism costs Australian Industry about $7billion a year. These costs include labour replacement, overtime, decreased productivity, extra supervision and training.

Health Services Australia survey 2006

A major cause of absenteeism is stress, which can cause headaches, neck pain and even alcoholism and depression. Occupational stress may translate into everything from high staff turnover to conflict.

Matt Buchanan - Fit for Work