Studies have shown that implementing health strategies results in reduced absenteeism, increased retention of people in the job and increased productivity"
The Age, March
"Employers would not give employees a benefit like this unless they saw a clear return on their investment. Those companies saw massage as an inexpensive opportunity to improve the bottom line, and they took it."
"Massage doesn't just feel good. Research shows it provides such real-world benefits as reduced heart rate, lower blood pressure, increased blood circulation, and a better range of motion."
"Seated massage is booming in Australia as more and more business leaders are realising the importance of staff health and morale"
"After massage, office workers completed a math test more quickly and with fewer errors".
Life Magazine, August
Couples massage is one of the hottest services available in the industry right now. Two people are massaged in the same room, at the same time, by either two different therapists or one therapist massaging one at a time. It can be a husband and wife, girlfriend and boyfriend, same-sex partners,mums and daughters, best friends and even business associates and partners.
For information on the benefits and Etiquette on couples massage please go to our blog entry
While massage is often associated with a spa, retreat or similarly dedicated venue, employers are beginning to realise the benefit of having qualified practitioners visit their workplace.
Even a brief shoulder massage can help ease the strain of hours spent at a workstation or in endless meetings. Working at a computer is a major contributor to back, neck and shoulder discomfort, not to mention the strain put on our eyes, wrists and hands. This is a result of a number of factors, including poor posture, poor ergonomics in workstation design and extended periods spent sitting.
Massage makes people more relaxed and they are very likely to be more productive – so everyone benefits! Mobile practitioners can also help to take the stress out of other settings, including special occasions such as weddings, events and anniversaries.
The full benefits of 'seated chair' or 'corporate' massage are extensive however it is a simple and often cost effective way to:
On an individual level productivity and efficiency is increased through:
Mobile Home Massage services are provided by Mackay Body Rejuvenation Centre for clients who are either unable to attend a Massage Clinic or find it more convenient to have a treatment at their own home.
Elderly or convalescing people could find this to be a very useful option, as would the parents of young children who do not have child care.
Services are also offered at Motels, Resorts and some hotels for business people and visitors (people on holiday) and this can be arranged through our online booking service or by calling the centre on 07 4942 0783.
There are numerous advantages of having a massage in your own home.
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Mackay Body Rejuvenation Centre's mobile call out service for massage therapy and couples massage is provided North East South and West of Mackay and includes the City Centre.
Areas we extend to: ( see map)
Shoal Point | Bucasia | Rural View | Eimeo | Dolphin Heads | Blacks Beach | Nindaroo | Beaconsfield | Slade Point | Mackay Harbour | Andegrove |Richmond | Glenella | Mount Pleasant | Erakala | Foulden | North Mackay | Cremorne | Mackay City | Racecourse | West Mackay | Paget | Ooralea | South Mackay | East Mackay | Bakers Creek | Dumbleton