On site massage can take several forms, chair massage, table massage, special event massage, sports massage, etc. and can happen in many different settings, at the office, home, convention, party, athletic event, etc. Ultimately, on site massage therapy provides all the benefits of massage therapy, increased circulation, lower levels of stress, higher energy levels, etc. in the exact location it is needed, making it highly therapeutic, and highly convenient.
First, in the office, on site massage is a highly effective tool. For starters, there are the therapeutic benefits provided by office massage. Indeed, even short intervals of massage therapy have been shown to reduce levels of stress and ease pain from common office ailments such as stiff shoulders and neck or repetitive stress injuries. Moreover, chair massage in the office can also be used to reward employees, motivate them to finish a project or be part of a larger employee wellness program. With a massage chair easily fitting into a small office or even the corner of a room, and no need for recipients to remove any clothes, on site office massage is both highly therapeutic and convenient.
Next, on site table massage at a home, in the office, or at a travel destination allows for deep relaxation in any location. The demonstrated reduction in stress and pain levels a full body massage provides can be even more pronounced when done onsite as there is no need to track down a massage office while on vacation or find travel time to a spa/therapist office while at the office.
Indeed, therapeutic massage can also be utilized conveniently and beneficially in several other capacities, including: as a promotional tool at a convention, with a chair massage therapist offering massage therapy and attracting more people to a company booth; as a way to make a promotional event, party, or other gathering more special; as a gift to improve the wellness of family, friends, or colleagues; as a way for cross-country commuters to reduce their stress levels and relax upon arrival at a new location.
Too often massage therapy is thought of as something practiced only at a fixed location, like a luxury spa, salon or chiropractic office, while on site massage is ignored. This should not happen as on site massage can conveniently help improve one’s wellness in both personal and professional settings. Indeed, when considering massage therapy, we should consider on site massage, both for its therapeutic properties, and for its convenience.