Massage in the Work Place

Massage to Relieve Work Stress

In today’s world stress is a factor and particularly in the work place. With deadlines having to be met, the rapid increase of technology and interpersonal conflict are just a few stresses employees cope with on a daily basis.

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In the work place massage is known to increase productivity. When employers invest in the health and well-being of their employees, it decreases absenteeism, lowers employee turnover and increases employee morale. Research has found the results of massage in the work place cost the employers less money, and helps the employees to put on a happy face.

A relaxing massage from a trained professional has been known to help increase body awareness. It opens channels in the body and mind, increases oxygen and essential body fluids and allows them to freely flow. Massage also helps to soothe nerve endings, loosening tissues, which helps them to rebuild and heal injured tissues. Massage helps to remove toxins and waste from the body and helps the employee to feel and think more positively of themselves and their bodies. It also helps them to think quickly and more clearly. Not only does massage help a person to relax, it very much can be and often is a positive life moving experience.

Positive Benefits & Results of Massage in the Work Place

  • Reduce stress and pain
  • Increase circulation
  • Stimulates lymph circulation
  • Soothes nerve endings
  • Hastens the elimination of wastes and toxins
  • Gives a sense of well being
  • Helps to improve sleep
  • Increases flexibility
  • Increases range of motion
  • Promotes emotional balance
  • Sets up conditions for the body to heal itself

Usually, when fear, anxiousness, sadness, anger, resentment and negative thought patterns are suppressed, the body’s muscles tighten and the tissues start to crystallize causing pain, muscle tension and build up of toxins. Long time effects of stress cause disease.

Without time to relax, stress is cumulative and causes neck pain, back pain, poor circulation, eyestrain, and backaches. Repetitive use causes injuries such as tendonitis or carpal tunnel syndrome. Stress can cause poor blood pressure, irritability and anger, ulcers and heart disease, poor concentration and listlessness. It lowers resistance to colds and infections. Physical and emotional exhaustion, well known as “Burn-out”, can occur.

“Stressed” backwards spells “Desserts”,
“Gift your employees with a healthy Dessert”!