The Right Touch

Sandra Gill, CMT, LMT
9130 Clayton Street
Thornton, CO 80229

Sandra Gill, CMT, LMT

Chair Massage

Imagine employees who are happier, more creative and productive. Customers who choose your store because you make them feel pampered while you give them more energy to shop.

As a result of Chair Massage, you can expect a dramatic increase in employee productivity, creativity, decisiveness, communication, and positive attitude. Studies have shown that corporate concern for their employees' mental and physical well-being enhances morale. If provided as a service or promotion for customers, you can expect a dramatic increase in customer satisfaction and sales.

I specialize in Chair Massage. I have worked with a variety of companies and events throughout the Denver-metro area. The average seated treatment is approximately 10-15 minutes and does not require any oils or lotions. The client is fully clothed; the therapist works on the clients back, shoulders, arms, hands, head and neck. I provide the chair and have colleagues available if more than one therapist is required.

Chair Massage Helps Desk-Bound Workers

A stiff neck. Aching wrists. Shoulders that feel as if someone folded them up. Anyone who has ever sat behind a desk all day will recognize the symptoms of workplace fatigue.

According to David Palmer, co-developer of the first massage chair and founder of the TouchPro Institute, most office-related physical symptoms can be attributed to loss of circulation. Tight muscles caused by stress and sitting behind a desk all day can impede blood and lymph flow through the body. The result is mental fogginess, decreased energy and susceptibility to repetitive stress injuries, like carpal tunnel syndrome.

Chair massage counters the circulatory problems inherent with office work—and provide an appreciated break for employees. Sitting in a massage chair opens up the back muscles, relieves strain on the neck and provides a gentle respite for eyes usually glued to a computer monitor. Even 15 minutes of massage to the neck, back, arms and hands can increase circulation, raise energy levels and help keep the body injury free. Your employees will have a renewed capacity for calm thinking and creativity, with a reduction of anxiety.

When workers suffer injuries from ergonomic hazards in the work place (called WMSDs meaning work-related musculoskeletal disorders), it costs business millions of dollars per year in medical claims and lost productivity. Here are some facts:

Chair massage can be a strong part of a company's ergonomic program to both protect their employees and improve worker performance.

Chair Massage Clients

My clients include Wilson Water Group, CableLabs, Ballard & Spahr, LLP, 68West Engineering, Moye|White, UC Health of Broomfield; A Taste of Colorado, the Capitol Hill People's Fair, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, LLP, Rouge Wave Software, Leonard Rice Engineers, TruStile Doors, Hyland Hills Water World, the 1998 All Star Baseball Game, U.S. Mint, Mike McGetrick Academy, American Express Business Travel, Bonfils Blood Center, Colorado College, Lowes, Juvenile Diabetes Walk for the Cure, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Westwood College, University of Phoenix, Corporate Travel Services, ThorntonFest, Ashby Drilling, Western Union, Westminster Faire, Nordstrom, Dillard's and Macy's.

Chair Massage works well as incentive plans for and employees or as a perfect gift for your staff (gift certificates available). Some insurance companies will reimburse a company for programs which provide injury prevention programs for their employees.

Chair Massage Rates

My fees are very competitive and my service provides a memorable experience for your employees/clients. My fee for company-provided chair massage is $65 per hour. For employee paid chair massage, the fee is $10 for ten minutes, $15 for fifteen minutes, $20 for twenty minutes and $30 for 30 minutes.