In The Media

The positive effects of therapeutic massage include stress reduction, increased
vascular flow, pain reduction, endorphin release, and general feelings of ‘well-being’.
Therapeutic massage has undergone a renaissance as more and more Americans
recognize the benefits. Extensive media coverage have included cover stones
in NEWSWEEK and US News and World Report. Upon completion of seated
massage therapy, there are encouraging results in regard to the reduction of blood
pressure values.
— Patricia Peters The Effect of Seated Chair Massage on Blood Pressure Reading
The whole process of the Boeing Company making chair massage available at the work site, is one enabling physical, mental, and emotional well-being of employees so they can work to the best of their ability, Chair massage works perfectly, it’s a morale booster, it shows the company cares about them, and there is low-cost involvement on the part of the company. It’s catching on like wildfire.
— Bill Parkinson Jr The Boeing Company
At Boeing and Reebok, headaches, back-strain, and fatigue have all decreased
since the companies started bringing in massage therapists.
— The Magic in Touch, Newsweek
By including 15 minutes of free massage therapy once each week, The Calvert
Group, an Investment firm in Bethesda, MD, reduced its turnover rate to 5% in an
industry where the norm is 20%.
— HR Focus
More than 80 companies, including many Fortune 500 companies, are using
massage therapy to counter such ills as musculoskeletal problems, stress, and poor
ergonomic design of furniture.
— Alternative Medicine Moves into the Workplace, Alternative Therapies