If you have ever sat behind a desk all day, you understand the symptoms of workplace fatigue. Most office related physical symptoms are often attributed to loss of accurate circulation and tight muscles. The stress of sitting behind a desk, especially workstations that are not ergonomically correct, can impede blood and lymph flow throughout the body. The result is mental fogginess, decreased energy and susceptibility to repetive stress injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome.
How chair massage helps you and your employees.
Chair massage counters the circulatory problems associate with office work while providing a welcome break. Sitting in a massage chair relaxes the back muscles, relieves strain on the neck and provides gentle rest for your eyes which are normally glued to the computer monitor. Working dirctly on the tight muscles encourages them to let go of pain and tension, allowing the body to feel more energized.
Increase productivity in the workplace.
Employees who receive chair massage on their work breaks helps to increase morale, creativity, and productivity in the work place. Preventatively, chair massage maintains a homeostatic balance to the body that helps to prevents workplace injuries.