Corporate Services – Chair Massage
My mission at La Trés Zen is to raise awareness of the ill-effect of sedentary working and stress on people’s health. A 10 or 15 minute Back, Shoulder & Neck massage is often all that’s needed to release the unavoidable work stress and tension and put a smile back on your employees’ faces!
I am a qualified ITEC Massage Therapist in Holistic and Deep Tissue treatments, as well as being qualified in Chair Massage Therapy. I provide on-site chair massage to companies in Central and South-West London. La Trés Zen provides all the necessary equipment, I just require access to water for the therapist and for your employees.
Depending on your requirements and the number of your employees, I can arrange a weekly, fortnightly or monthly service. On a fortnightly or monthly basis, I strongly suggest a 15-minute treatment per employee. Should you require a weekly service, a 10-minute treatment is advisable.
Generally, I can deliver approx 4 x 10 minutes or 3 x 15 minutes massages per hour (a few minutes between each
I am covered by professional indemnity and public liability insurance.
Fees + Booking
£60 per hour + £25 travel with equipment (minimum booking of 2 hours). I also provide a discounted daily rate (5+ hours).
If you’re interested in talking to me about how massage can benefit your staff, send an email to Emeline.
What are the benefits of massage for staff?
- Calms the nervous system and stimulates the parasympathetic system to alleviate stress
- Improves flexibility and increases the range of movement, thus reducing the risk of injury and muscle imbalance.
- Increases circulation and improves oxygen flow within the body and brain which aids toxin removal.
- Relieves general muscular aches, pains and tension.
- Uses specific trigger point techniques to alleviate muscle spasm.
- Boosts energy levels and
- Improves concentration and alleviates mental fatigue.
- Helps relieve chronic headaches.
What are the benefits of massage for the working environment?
- Revitalises office personnel.
- Improves productivity.
- Alleviates and offsets the occupational hazards of a sedentary occupation.
- Provides power breaks during high-stress periods.
- Provides a motivational tool to compensate for, and facilitate extended working hours.
- Reduces employee absenteeism.
- Improves staff morale and interpersonal dynamics.
- Provides a means of reducing stress before leaving the office.