Seated chair massage
Seated chair massage is very popular in an office environment as the participant remains clothed, treatment times are shorter and less space and privacy is required. During a seated chair massage the participant is supported by my specially designed chair and remains fully clothed whilst receiving a massage, typically to the back, neck, head, shoulders and arms. After a chair massage, your employee will feel energised, rejuvenated, valued and relaxed.
''Nicola attended our company for a wellbeing event organised by our Social Club and provided 15 minute seated massage treatments for our staff throughout the day in one of our meeting rooms. The day was a great success, with my colleagues finding the treatments rejuvenating and stress busting. Nicola adjusted the treatments to our individual staff members and was organised, friendly and professional. She bought everything she needed on the day. I would highly recommend Nicola for attendance at company events or for regular massage days to boost staff morale and wellbeing.'' Colin Meadows MBE
Therapeutic body massage
If you have a meeting room or area which is private I can also offer longer holistic, or deep tissue, treatments on my fully flat massage couch. Treatment times are longer, and I bring everything necessary for your staff to enjoy effective treatments designed around their needs.
'Nicola from Thrive Massage has provided onsite treatments for our employees, as part of Twinings Wellbeing Programme since 2018. Nicola comes fully qualified, checked and insured - so passed our procurement process with flying colours. She is always fully booked, which speaks for itself and our employees love the chance to destress during their workday. Nicola takes complete control, manages all her own payments, brings everything with her - linen, organic aromatherapy oils, even a heated couch and relaxing music for ambiance. Her holistic and deep tissue treatments can be tailored to our employee needs as well as offering pregnancy massage. I would recommend Nicola to any organisation that is looking to focus on employee wellbeing.' Sundae Spiers, Head of HR Operations, Twinings.