Want massage in the office? Most likely, yes — but you’ll have to persuade your boss or HR Manager first. Here are some ways that you can present your case for chair massage in the office to the Powers That Be. Chair massage is far from a fringe benefit — it’s an integral part of corporate wellness, and helps build a healthy work culture.
So how do you make the case for Zeel chair massage at your workplace? Try these four points, and soon that massage chair (and Zeel Massage Therapist) will make a triumphant appearance at your workplace.
Chair massage is healthy
Massage is one of those rare treatments that both feels good and is good for you. Even a short chair massage at the office can boost immunity and ease the aches and pains that come with sitting all day long.
Chair massage is cost-efficient
A chair massage with Zeel is affordable – plus, our Zeel Massage Therapists are all experienced, vetted and licensed. They bring the massage chair or, if you prefer, a massage table for clothed table massage. It’s time-efficient too; you can experience the benefits of chair massage in just 10 to 15 minutes, versus getting a full 60- to 90-minute table massage.
Chair massage improves productivity
Massage pumps up the levels of serotonin, the “happy hormone,” inducing a sense of well-being and reducing stress. Decreased stress and pain + improved morale = happier, healthier, more productive workers.
No drunken office antics
Bosses often think of happy hours as a company reward and a good team morale boost. While they can certainly be fun, they can also lead to unfortunate inter-company HR incidents as well as late starts at work the next day (see: productivity). With chair massages at the office, employees will only be drunk on happiness and high on life.
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Marcy is the SVP of People and Communications at Zeel. In addition to overseeing the humans of Zeel, Marcy has written about workplace topics for more than 20 years both at Zeel and as VP of Content for Vault.com, a career information web site and publisher.