On-site massage FAQs
Who are your massage therapists?
Our office massage therapists all all fully insured, certified and experienced. Many of whom are also trained in multiple holistic practices, such as sports massage and thai yoga massage. We vet every single one of our massage therapists and would only send a therapist to a client’s office who we’d gladly have a massage from ourselves. Each massage therapist has their own mobile massage chair, which they’ll bring to your office.
Is it Covid safe?
We make our corporate massages as Covid-safe as possible. After every treatment the massage chair will be disinfected thoroughly and the cradle face covering will be disposed of and replaced. We’ve increased our time between treatments to 5 minutes, allowing plenty of time for the anti-bacterial spray to work it’s magic. You can read more about our Covid-safe guidelines to office massage here.
What should I wear for my office massage?
It’s absolutely fine to wear your regular work clothes, although you may want to remove a suit jacket or bulky jumper if you’re wearing one. On-site massages are performed over work clothes and no oil is used.
How long are the massages?
Our on-site massages are usually 15 minutes, however you’re welcome to book a ‘double’ slot and have 30 minutes (providing your colleagues don’t mind and every one who wants a massage gets one).
What type of massage will I have?
Our corporate massages focus on the neck, shoulders and back. We find these are the areas of tightness that feel the strain of desk-bound work the most. Your massage therapist will ask your desired pressure, applying more pressure if you like a firmer massage, or easing off if you’d like something a little more gentle.
Can I have a massage if I’m pregnant?
You can absolutely have a massage once you’ve reached 14 weeks. Please let us know before your massage, so we can send you our pregnancy massage disclaimer form.
Which clients have used your corporate massage services?
So many! British Airways, Vita Coco, Charlotte Tilbury, Wunderman Thompson, National Australia Bank and Rolls Royce, to name but a few.