Injury prevention: Shiatsu seated massage has been shown to help prevent work-related RSI (repetitive strain injury).
Morale booster: Massage in the workplace creates a healthy atmosphere, can influence absenteeism, and makes for a content, more productive workforce.
Non-disruptive: A seated massage can be given in the same time as a normal coffee or tea break.
A Shiatsu seated massage leaves you feeling relaxed and refreshed. The stimulation of acupressure points helps to release tension and improve the circulation of energy in the body. It alleviates stress and promotes general well-being.
A real pick-me-up for body and soul!
Shiatsu seated massage is based on the traditional Japanese acupressure technique called "amma". It consists of a number of different techniques such as applying pressure, stroking, stretching and percussive movements using the thumbs, fingers, handpalms, arms and elbows.
During the massage, the client remains fully clothed and relaxes in a specially-designed massage chair. Using precise movements, the therapist works on acupressure points on the parts of the body most vulnerable to the impacts of work stress, tension, poor posture and repetitive movements: