Workplace massage for employers

Bringing employee wellbeing
conveniently into the workplace

Testimonial 4
“We take the wellbeing of our teams very seriously and are always looking for new ways to promote a healthier, happier workforce and workplace culture.

Our Equilibria Massage event was extremely popular and well-received – and it was very easy working with Emma to make it happen.

Whether you are arranging a one-off or developing a whole new approach to employee wellbeing, I would recommend a conversation with Emma.”

Jane Crane
UK Talent Acquisition Director
Serco Group plc
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“Thank you for the excellent workplace massage event you delivered as part of our Mental Health Awareness Week.

We received 100% positive feedback from the team, all of whom commented on how professional, respectful, and attentive you were.”

Karl Snelling
Managing Director
GDS Instruments
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“Staff wellbeing and stress management is a growing priority for all school leaders.

Innovative onsite solutions like our end-of-term event with Equilibria Massage help us to address that need in a positive, practical and thoroughly engaging way.

It was a real highlight for everyone and something we very much look forward to repeating.”

Rebecca Willmouth
Deputy Head
Castle Hill Primary School
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“The workplace massage event and wellbeing class that Emma delivered for us was a great success.

By teaching our team simple, new techniques for managing their own wellbeing in sometimes stressful and strenuous work environments, Emma helped us to refresh our approach in an effective and enjoyable way.”

Jennifer North
Managing Director
Cibus Training and Consultancy Ltd.
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“We are delighted to be working with Emma, she is a very welcome member of our extended team.

She is a skilled massage therapist and an asset to Hands on Health UK – professional, knowledgeable and trustworthy.”

Chris Downes
Director & Massage Therapist
Hands on Health UK
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“Huge thanks to Emma for all the lovely massages she gave yesterday. Everyone was so relaxed afterwards and definitely wanted their massages to go on for longer.

Her participation really helped to make our event a success and we are very grateful. The day was very interesting and a lot of fun too. We are looking forward to our next event.”

Corporate event client

Workplace massage for employers

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Under increasing pressure to overcome new and emerging workplace challenges, it is critical for employers to find effective ways to maximise employee productivity whilst promoting and safeguarding employee wellbeing.

Work-related stress, depression and anxiety accounted for 49% of working days lost in 2016/171. Muscular pain is another widely recognised contributor.

By putting in place appropriate tools to help employees manage stress and the root causes of muscular pain, employers can build better wellbeing programmes that contribute to improved productivity and performance.

Massage therapy in the workplace helps to combat the risks of elevated stress whilst also helping to bring relief from headaches, discomfort and pain.


The benefits of providing massage in the workplace include:

  • Increases productivity and reduces employee absence through the prevention of injuries and reduction of stress and tension
  • Increases productivity by helping to re-energise and refocus employees
  • Promotes a healthy working environment
  • Contributes to employee engagement
  • Enhances your employer brand
  • Covers an area of your duty of care to employees

Onsite chair massage is a modern, practical solution, bringing massage therapy conveniently into the workplace.

  • It does not require a lot of space and can easily be accommodated in most offices, meeting rooms and communal areas. An area of 1.5 x 2 metres is all you need.
  • It is performed over clothes and without oils.
  • Treatments can be provided in a short period of time per employee, from as little as 15 minutes. That means an individual employee could receive massage therapy and return to work in the space of a coffee break.
  • All equipment is provided with the service, including a professional massage therapy chair.

First 2 hours: £50.00/hour (minimum booking 2 hours)
Each additional hour: £45.00/hour


1. Health and Safety Executive (2017) ‘Work-related Stress, Depression or Anxiety Statistics in Great Britain 2017’