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MASSAGE AND YOGA AT WORK

Now, more than ever people are seeing the need for wellness promotion at work, given it is a place we spend a good majority of our waking hours.

Regular workplace wellness initiatives such as chair massage or yoga sessions have been shown to reduce occupational stress and burnout and promote happy, healthy workplaces.

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Why workplace massage?

 Not everyone has the time or inclination to treat themselves to a full-body massage, so regular workplace massage provides a convenient and comfortable solution and offers the same benefits of a longer massage.

 Benefits of regular 15 minute massages:

  • decreased stress (by 85%) and decreased depression and anxiety

  • reduced muscular tension, back pain and headaches

  • lowered blood pressure

  • repetitive strain injuries such as tendonitis and carpal tunnel syndrome can be prevented, as well as treated, resulting in a reduction of pain.

  • focus, energy and mental clarity is increased following 15 minutes of ‘down-time’

  • immune systems receive a boost and good cells perform better, leading to an overall improved sense of wellbeing.

What's in it for the business?

Staff give more to good organisations who look after them well. In the current climate of high stress and burnout, workplaces need to be proactive in fostering a culture of wellbeing at work. 

1. Increase
productivity

It’s a highly competitive world out there, and workplaces need to come up with creative ways to stand out from the rest. Offering wellbeing massage is one of many ways to attract and keep top talent.

2. Attract amazing staff

Staff look forward to massage day and mention that it helps them to get through a particularly busy or stressful week.

3. Improve
office
morale

A range of options to suit your workplace:

A great option to add to a wellbeing week or staff appreciation day. A 2 hour minimum booking is required and staff can either pay for their own massage, work subsidises, or work pays the entire bill.

 

Cost: Starting at $85/hour + $30 travel charge. Get in touch for a quote.

Massage

Weekly, fortnightly or monthly, following a trial. A 2 hour minimum booking is required via an online booking system. Staff can either pay for their own massage, work subsidises, or work pays the entire bill.

 

Cost: Varies depending on frequency and number of staff. Get in touch for a quote.

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I am offering discounts for not-for-profit organisations such as schools, social services, hospitals, charities, etc. If you think your organisation qualifies, get in touch and we can arrange a special deal.

Yoga sessions at work

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I love bringing yoga to workplaces!

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I've taught yoga in a range of workplaces, including Te Whānau o Waipareira, Kingslea School, Odyssey & the Ministry of Education. 

Classes are usually aimed for beginners and incorporate simple hatha yoga poses, with breathing exercises and guided relaxation to help instil a deep sense of calm, leaving staff feeling refreshed and with a renewed sense of focus.

Classes can be modified to suit the specific language and fitness requirements of your staff. You can choose from: English, bilingual or full immersion Te Reo Māori classes, which are a perfect way to celebrate Matariki or Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori- Māori language week!

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