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More and more organisations in the UK are reaping the benefits of on-site massage, Pilates and yoga in the corporate workplace. Isn't it time you joined them?

Massageworks therapists come to your office and perform seated chair massage on your employees. We also offer Yoga and Pilates classes. Staff return to their desks fresh, relaxed and feeling more positive.

Workplace office Massage, Yoga and Pilates are proven to:

  • Relieve stress
  • Help prevent muscular problems caused by long hours hunched over a desk
  • Significantly boost morale.

We work with many large employers, including Ted Baker, the Royal College of Nursing, MEC and Shearman & Sterling LLP. We also provide on-site chair massage at corporate events, health and wellbeing days, and promotions.

"Massageworks are reliable, energetic and skilled massage therapists who were a key attraction at our annual staff Wellbeing day. We had such positive feedback from the staff about how great and relaxed they felt afterwards, we now book them into the office regularly."

Lydia O'Neill, Shearman & Sterling LLP