Guided Meditation for Chair Massage: Enhance your chair massage with this guided meditation.
Massage Therapy Links:
Lots of articles on different massage techniques, how-to, etiquette, etc. Great resource for those wanting to learn more about massage
Current feature: Find The Right Pressure For You
Brief summaries of research based massage. Easy to read. Interesting studies.
PA State Board of Massage Therapy. Consumer information. Verify license of massage therapists.
Information on stress reduction, stress in the workplace, effects of stress and various other stress related topics.
(Feel free to print and distribute these health related articles.)
Shoulder Guide 101: A closer look at the shoulder plus self-care tips
Frozen Shoulder: What is it and what you can do about it
Managing Stress: Includes a stress checklist and breathing techniques
Low Stress Diet: What should you eat to promote lower stress levels? Courtesy WELCOA
Taming Tension: Ease tension with these simple exercises
Heading Off Headaches: Intro to Trigger Points & self-care tips
Sitting at the computer: Tension relief at the computer
Fix It with Massage: Bite size bits of massage research from menshealth.com
If you’re new to chair massage, you may wonder “what can I do to get the most benefits out of this massage.” While chair massages may lack the privacy most are familiar with when getting a full body table massage, there are still ways to “tune out” the outside world and get “into the zone.”
Workplace Aches and Pains
Did you know......the workplace can be a major contributor to muscular aches and pains, affecting job performance and decreasing overall productivity.
A 2010 The Bureau of Labor Statistics report states over 346,000 cases of musculoskeletal disorders exist, causing an average of 11 missed workdays per person.
Corporate Wellness: Making The Case For On Site Massage
The future of workplace massage is tied to the economics of health care policy. At long last, corporate, governmental and academic policy makers have come to the conclusion that a health care system whose primary focus is sickness care is doomed to bankruptcy. They have concluded the ultimate foundation of an economically viable health care system has to be prevention and wellness.