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Health and Safety Executive (HSE) figures show that work-related stress, anxiety or depression accounts for over half of all working days lost due to ill health in the United Kingdom.
Studies now show the benefits of having staff wellbeing processes and activities. According to the CIPD Health and Wellbeing at Work April 2019 Survey, wellbeing activities at work resulted in higher team morale with better engagement and productivity. They helped to foster a healthier and more inclusive culture, lower sickness absence rates, reduce work-related stress and enhance employer brand.
Holistic therapies are increasingly becoming key elements in workplace wellbeing protocols and are an immediately beneficial way of relieving your staff of work-related stress, and a lovely cost-effective addition to any staff wellness program or event. Added to that, they are an effective method of managing and preventing back, neck and shoulder pain, RSI and postural problems associated with the office environment.
Whether you are looking for an on-site office massage to uplift and motivate and your staff, or a selection of holistic therapies for company events, we can customise our services to meet your needs. The treatments can be given in a vacant office or meeting room or in a quiet corner of a large open-plan office.
The treatments are carried out through clothing. They are quick, clean and easy: ideal for the workplace or other corporate events. To ensure the best of care, each person is required to complete an intake form prior to their massage to ensure that we are aware of any injuries or concerns they may have.
We recommend wearing a thin cotton shirt or t-shirt on the day of the massage. If you’re wearing a shirt and tie, you can simply remove the tie at the start of the treatment.
The massage treatments are a combination of massage strokes and pressures combined with acupressure techniques and are carried out along the back, neck, arms, shoulder and head. Indian head massage also involves some facial techniques. With Reiki, the therapist will work with hands placed lightly on specific the body or couple of centimetres above.
Our treatments are usually between 20 and 30 minutes long, making them ideal for fitting into busy schedules.
Our intention is to leave your staff feeling relieved of physical and mental stress, relaxed yet invigorated and revitalised.
On-site chair acupressure massage is a treatment specifically designed for the workplace. This seated massage therapy is applied in a specially designed chair that is portable and can be set up anywhere. The chair can be adapted to suit each individual and allows you to fully relax, as it supports the head and neck, along with taking pressure off the postural muscles that are constantly working when you are sitting at your desk.
Acupressure is an ancient Chinese therapy that uses finger, thumb and palm pressure on specific points of the body. The stimulation and holding of these points triggers and regulates the flow of energy or ‘qi’ within the meridians or energy channels of the body, which in turn helps to balance the body’s entire energy system.
Acupressure is combined with massage and the treatment that can be relaxing or stimulating – you choose.
This lovely treatment can help to relieve stress and anxiety, improve sleep, ease muscular pain and discomfort and reduce the frequency of headaches and migraines.
With its roots in Ayurvedic medicine, Indian Head massage is a specific therapy for the head, neck and shoulders, face and upper arms. These are the areas where we are most likely to suffer from the build up of stress-related symptoms such as muscular tension and headaches. Indian Head Massage works on the physical, mental and emotional levels and is wonderfully revitalising and stimulating.
The treatment is carried out with the client sitting on a standard chair and is done through a thin t-shirt or shirt.
Indian Head Massage can help relieve the effects of stress-induced symptoms such as headaches and migraines, chronic muscular tension and stiffness, eye strain, irritability, insomnia, grinding teeth, mental fatigue, and depression and anxiety.
This treatment also increases circulation, nourishes the hair, scalp and skin, along with calming the nervous system and stimulating endorphin release which helps instil feelings of positivity
Reiki is an ancient healing technique rediscovered by Dr Mikao Usui, a Japanese theologian, in the 19th century. It is pronounced ‘ray-key’. It is a form of complementary therapy where the practitioner ‘channels’ healing energy into the receiver.
In Japanese the word Reiki means ‘Universal Life Energy’. ‘Rei’ describes its boundless aspects and ‘Ki’ is the vital force that flows through all living beings. Eastern medicine systems work with this energy, which is known as ‘Chi’ in China and ‘prana’ in India.
The Reiki energy triggers our own healing systems to work to their fullest potential and works on the different levels of mind, body and spirit. Reiki is not based on any religion or belief system. The process is a simple yet powerful one that allows the healing energy of the Universe to flow to wherever it is needed in the receiver. It is a gentle, yet effective way to restore equilibrium.
Reiki can help to relieve physical tension, reduce depression and anxiety, bring about emotional clarity, boost immunity and calm the mind.
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10 July 2020
On 10 July 2020 we were informed by our associations that we can come back to work from 13 July 2020.
This is very exciting news for us.
However, in order to start offering therapies again, we need to follow new guidelines and implement measures to keep everyone safe.
We are reviewing the therapies that we offer and the infection control measure that we need to put in place.
We will update you and our website as soon as we possibly can.
In the meantime, Eve is available to answer any questions you might have regarding your health and wellbeing, and things you can do at home to keep yourself as well as possible.
Continue to take good care and hopefully we’ll see you very soon.
Be kind. Be safe. Be well.