Sadly, everything is on hold for now re Coronavirus, but I’d be happy to discuss any thoughts for future sessions!
Short of time, yet know you need to look after your back, neck and shoulders? Massage at Work could be the solution – even with a hectic schedule, most of us could fit in 15 minutes a month if we didn’t have to travel. If this is you, go straight to Rates, and Benefits… or read more below…
Health and Wellbeing for You and Your Staff
As part of your Health and Wellbeing programme, this is a High Value, Low Cost Service. It can also be used as part of any Staff Reward Scheme already in place.
- As an employer, if you care about the welfare of your staff, this is for you
- If you care about staff turnover and profits, this is also for you!
- Great for a coffee/lunch break, when heads are busy and on overload, or even at the start of a long day
- Perfect for Staff Wellbeing Days or as a de-stress on Training Days, Marketing Events for staff and delegates
Staff relish all elements of this service, and the ‘value for money’ aspect – £1200 pa for a regular monthly 2 hour slot – could hardly be better. An excellent way to show appreciation, leading to great results from your team.
I can accommodate individuals or groups of up to 30.
I currently offer an On-Site Service, mainly in the West Country. I am keen to hear from companies interested in trying out the Rossiter System within the workplace.
How it Works
We don’t need much space, and although I can bring my fabulous massage chair, it is also possible to work at your desk with existing office chairs or even wheelchairs, for example. Privacy, or a quiet space, is not essential… this is remarkably relaxing even in a busy, open plan environment.
Treatments are carried out fully clothed and can be between 10 and 40 minutes in length. The focus is primarily on the back, shoulders, arms, hands, neck and head. I allow a 5 minute changeover so the chair can be cleaned between each client.
Consultation forms can be emailed in advance. Any medical conditions are discussed discreetly, in person, prior to receiving treatment, so adjustments can be made, if necessary. I combine Acupressure & traditional massage techniques, depending on individual needs.
A Brief History of Seated Acupressure (On Site Massage)
It was developed as a ‘stress-busting’ treatment in Silicon Valley, USA in 1984 by David Palmer (trained in Shiatsu) who realised that acupressure lent itself perfectly to the workplace — in his case Apple. It was introduced to the UK in 1989.
Working to increase our overall energy flow by releasing ‘blocks’ from energy lines (meridians) throughout the body, which relate to specific internal organs, from an Eastern perspective. It also works on the muscular, nervous and circulatory systems.