We offer a range of individual and group activities to improve well-being and staff welfare geared to the staff and environment in your own company.
Delivered on a massage chair with the therapist applying pressure to certain areas of back, neck and shoulders through clothes with NO oil. This is by far our most popular treatment as privacy is not absolutely necessary. However, the person should be respected and not approached or interrupted during the treatment. And unlike some other companies we will NOT provide this at the person’s own desk. We feel this is counterproductive and not conducive to stress relief.
A more traditional treatment where the therapist uses oil directly on the skin with a range of strokes and pressures in increase cardiovascular circulation and assists with lymphatic flow. With Sports massage the pressure is usually more pronounced and is focused on particular areas of concern.
As some clothing has to be removed, it is essential that a private room is available for this and again interruptions are to be avoided as far as possible.
A non-intrusive therapy based on the idea that different points on the feet or hands (in the main) correspond with organs or areas. Therefore working on the hands or feet can directly affect larger problems throughout the body at large.
Originating in Japan, this is a light or no touch therapy applied through clothes. It is designed to channel energy or “Chi” through the chakras to every part of the body. Frequent users of this therapy describe a deep sense of relaxation as a result followed by an increase in energy and concentration levels.
Care of the health of hands and feet can often be ignored. First of all, let’s think of receptionists in full view of the public. Healthy hands and fingers already give out a positive image. Then in some cases employees are on their feet much of the day. Taking care of their feet can be a real boon.
Using the following measurements, together with completion of a simple questionnaire, we can advise on simple ways of improving health and well-being.
Questionnaires can then be followed up with specific group seminars or 1-2-1 sessions on:
Nutrition, Lifestyle, Exercise, Chronic health conditions, Stress, Anxiety and Depression
Educational exercise classes can also be provided, space permitting.
Yoga increases mobility by mobilising joints, stretching and strengthening muscles. Stability is gained by increasing strength and bodily awareness, great for fall prevention. Yoga also works to calm the mind, breathe more efficiently and control the emotions making it a truly holistic exercise system. Can be practiced from chairs if necessary.
“Typically mindfulness practice involves sitting with your feet planted on the floor and the spine upright. The eyes can be closed or rest a few feet in front while the hands are in the lap or on the knees. The attention is gently brought to rest on the sensations of the body – the feet on the floor, the pressure on the seat and the air passing through the nostrils. As the thoughts continue, you return again and again to these physical sensations, gently encouraging the mind not to get caught up in the thought processes but to observe their passage.”
Mindful Nation UK – Report by the Mindfulness All-Party Parliamentary Group.
Pilates is a system of exercises focusing on the deep muscles that provide support for the core of the body. Can prevent and allieviate low back pain, neck and shoulder ache, hip pain etc.
Designed to be so simple that you don’t have to think about how to do the movements, you can stop thinking and start feeling. Using a variety of music genres, participants perform the same simple movements to explore ways of moving the body. This is all about fun and feeling good.