Zachary offers corporate chair massage as well as yoga and/or meditation classes.
On August 9, 2003, CNN reported that job stress is the leading cause of illness, depression, and violence today. Experts also stated that at least 80% of employees feel stress on the job and at least half of them say they need help dealing with it. Zachary’s corporate services can help you reduce and prevent these negative effects of stress.
Corporate wellness programsare quickly become one of the most popular and requested benefits in the workplace today. The physical and emotional stressors of extended hours sitting hunched at the computer desk and the high stress which comes from taking good care of your customers have made all forms of work-related stress reduction increasingly important for your entire organization. Zachary’s corporate services are always a welcomed break from your daily responsibilities; on top of this, managing your own pain and stress stimulants increase job satisfaction and total well-being.
Chair massage focuses on the easily accessible and highly stressed upper body areas which cause the majority of physical, emotional, and mental stressors. While many organizations devote a tremendous amount of effort and resources to accommodate our work space with special desks, chairs, phones, and the like, nothing will replace the comfort of skilled human touch.
Corporate & Event Clients:
Central Park Tag Agency
Senior Star Living
MP Touring Company LLC
Allegiance Title & Escrow
Tulsa Federal Credit Union
Kline Oilfield Equipment Inc.
Universal Field Services
AmeriPath Tulsa Pathology Lab
Sweet Adelines International
Red Ultra Lounge
Here’s what the press has to say about corporate chair massage:
“Sometimes the best antidote to corporate stress is hands-on management. So say people at Apple Computer, NBC, Johnson & Johnson, Merril Lynch, Wells Fargo Bank, and a host of other companies that have hired massage therapists to rejuvenate frazzled employees by kneading them.” – Fortune Magazine
“Massages rub employees the right way: a recent study at the University of Miami Medical School showed that after a 15 minute workplace chair massage, people were more alert, less stressed, and could perform math problems in half the time with half the errors.” – International Journal of Neuroscience and The Boston Globe
“It has been proven through extensive research that massage can consistently improve performance and productivity in the workplace as well as decrease the amount of absenteeism and job related accidents.” – Touch Research Institute
“At Boeing and Reebok, headaches, back strain, and fatigue have all fallen since the companies started bringing in massage therapists.” – Newsweek