Chair Massage

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How Mobile Chair Massage Works

Primarily focusing on the upper body only, this massage does not require the need to undress, but still offers therapeutic and relaxing benefits. 


Only a small clear floor space is what is needed for mobile chair massage to come to you. I provide the chair, all massage supplies, and music. All you need to do is wear comfortable loose fitted clothes!


Chair massage is charged by the minute rather than the standard hour massage on the table. It is $1 per minute and you may request as may minutes as you want. 30 minutes is the minimal requirement per location. An additional travel fee ($10) may be needed if servicing out of the area.


To book an event or to schedule regular chair massage visits to your business or home please call me for more details. 


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Who Can Get Chair Massage

Mobile on-site chair massage is perfect for any situation where there is limited space, the client is unable to undress, or client has limited mobility and cannot get on a massage table/leave the comfort of their home/hospital.  

Examples: 

Client would like to receive massage but is unable to come to my massage location due to being wheelchair, bed, or home bound.  

A unique addition to a party/events (wedding, birthday, promotional party, etc.) in your home.

Business owner would like to enhance the health and productivity of their employees by providing weekly chair massage visits.

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Why Get Chair Massage

Research Confirms Massage Therapy Enhances Health

Research has validated the positive effects of massage therapy on job performance and mental alertness resulting in improved accuracy and the reduced stress-induced illnesses.


American Institute of Stress states that an estimated 1 million workers are absent every day due to stress. Repetitive musculoskeletal injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome have become the nation’s leading workplace health cost and account for almost a third of all workers’ compensation awards. Massage has been shown to help in reducing these kinds of injuries, leading to reduced absenteeism, fewer workers’ compensation claims, and less cost to employers.

American Institute of Stress www.stress.org

“Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Reaching Epidemic Proportions” (Jan 18, 2005) © Medical News Today


Chair Massage Helps Desk-Bound Workers

Chair massage counters the circulatory problems inherent with office work—and provide a appreciated break for employees. Sitting in a massage chair opens up the back muscles, relieves strain on the neck and provides a gentle respite for eyes usually glued to a computer monitor. Even 15 minutes of massage to the neck, back, arms and hands can increase circulation, returning energy levels and helping keep the body injury free.


“When chair massage is used preventively, if you have problems it allows you to maintain a homeostatic balance that prevents the little problems from getting worse,” Palmer said.

from the Office of Health Education at the University of Pennsylvania

www.vpul.upenn.edu