Massage Wellness Program
Have you reached a "dead end" with your Wellness Initiatives?
Does your wellness article in the monthly newsletter seem to make 'zero' impact?
Is your Wellness Committee ready to "throw in the towel"?
Let's face it.... creating the habits in our lives that make us happy, healthy, and productive are time-consuming!
How often do you hear,
"I would love to take off a couple of extra pounds, or exercise more...
...But I don't have enough time!"
Helping your employees shift their focus to smaller, achievable goals is the key to bring about positive changes.
Tons and tons of studies show the top 3 principles of any successful behavior change (especially the healthy kind) include: 1) it usually has to start small 2) demonstrate measurable results 3) become part of their daily ritual.
An on site Massage Wellness Program is one of the easiest, most successful wellness programs because: 1) it requires an extremely small commitment of time and mental energy 2) results are felt immediately and cumulatively 3) it's easier to convert to a weekly ritual because it takes place right where they work!
Get started with your on site
Massage Wellness Program today!
Give us a call or simply fill out the form on the upper right hand side of this page.
For as little as $48/hr per therapist, you can have your own Massage Wellness Program.
Payment may be made by the company, the employee, or a combination.
Got a question? Give us a call (215)326-9352 or send us an email
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Wellness Committees, Dir of Human Resources: Looking to add massage to your Wellness Program? Contact us for more information.
Excerpts from Building a Well Workplace: Six Reasons Why Health Promotion Makes Good Business Sense
Today, more than 81% of American businesses with 50 or more employees have some form of health promotion program the most popular being exercise, smoking cessation classes, back care programs, and stress management.
Some employers look to cost sharing, cost shifting, managed care plans, risk-rating, and cash-based incentives. But these methods merely shift costs.
Only worksite health promotion stands out as the long-term answer for keeping employees well in the first place.