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MT Corporate Wellness and Workplace Massage

 

 

In office massage is an increasingly popular workplace wellbeing initiative for employee wellbeing. Its numerous benefits help to create a happy, healthy and harmonious workforce: Reduce tension; Improve productivity; Reduce staff sickness and health costs; Ease pain; Lower stress levels; Energise and reduce emotional stress; Motivate & reward.

 

Happy and valued employees work harder, smarter and faster than undervalued team members. Valued and motivated employees that have feelings of wellbeing, ‘go the extra mile’. Employees are the most valuable asset to any business.

 

Current research from the (CIPD) shows that presenteeism is becoming a concern as employees turn in for work when they are not fit to do so. Stress and Muscular injuries are the number 2 and 3, reasons for short term absence in the workplace.  Massage at work not only helps stress but also delivers benefits in a number of other areas

 

“We had an amazing team building morning at Fresh Dental with Mike.
Mike has provided our dentists, nurses and receptionists with some much-needed massage and remedial therapy. It was so beneficial and highly recommended. Mike helped our team members with their aches and pains from the daily jobs on sight and provided some excellent advice. My team members floated back into the room after 20 minutes each with Mike feeling appreciated, valued and energized for the rest of the day."

Sarah M – Practice Manager

Mike can offer free taster sessions and then 10% off further appointments if booked within a week of the taster session for our members.

Link to website: www.mikethielesportsmassage.com

Email: mtsportsmassage@gmail.com

Surrounding Influence

Having plants in and around the office can reduce employee annual sickness absence by as much as 23%, research by the Hortiucultural Trades Association has argued.  The research, in conjunction with the University of Reading, found that green space and planted areas can help to deliver substantial social and environmental benefits for organisations

Health, wellbeing and productivity in the workplace

In the United Kingdom during 2013–2014 an estimated 1.2 million people who worked during the last
year were suffering from an illness (long-standing as well as new cases) they believed was caused or made worse by their current or past work. Half a million of these appear to be new conditions which started during the year. 

 

Health, wellbeing and productivity in the workplace
A Britain’s Healthiest Company summary report
Marco Hafner, Christian van Stolk, Catherine Saunders, Joachim Krapels and Ben Baruch

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