Corporate Massage/Event Massage

Embody offers Seated On-site Massage in the workplace (or at events)


Call 07849746331 or 02890705658

Give your employees a chance to relax and re-charge at work & experience the tangible benefits of regular massage!

On-site (seated acupressure) massage is performed using a specially designed ergonomic massage chair. Removal of clothing is NOT required as NO OIL or creams are used. A typical treatment takes only 10 – 20 minutes and is therefore EASILY INTEGRATED  into the workplace.

Embody  has provided massage for the following companies:

IKEA/ Allen & Overy/ Santander/ BMA( British Medical Association)/ Cedar Foundation/ Omexom/H&J Martin/ Baker & McKenzie/ Lagan Cement


Client feedback:

“All the feedback we received was very positive. People really enjoyed their massages and found you very friendly and professional.”

 “We received excellent feedback about the massages. We would definitely use your services again if we organise anything similar again.Thank you for all your help in organising.”

“Many thanks for last week. My colleagues have advised a great service was received and all were happy.Thank you again!”

“It was great and your sessions were enjoyed by all.  Thanks once again.”

“I just wanted to take the opportunity to thank you for attending and making our event special. Everyone was buzzing from their massages! Our employees gave positive feedback about your skills.”

Your massages were an important way for helping our employees relax and enjoy the benefits of taking time out for themselves in the workplace in line with our goal of health and wellbeing.”

It was great to have you here in the store for the day and we received lots of great feedback from our co-workers so I’m sure we will invite you in again.”

Benefits for the company:

  • cost-effective way to reward employees
  • decreased stress related absenteeism
  • employees feel appreciated and are therefore happy to fully embrace the company’a vision and mission
  • increased staff engagement
  • improved staff morale
  • creates positive energy in the workplace
  • retaining key talents
  • increased creativity & performance
  • reduced staff turn-over
  • your employees will love you for it

Benefit for the employees:

  • reduced stress levels
  • improved well-being
  • fewer stress related pains and aches
  • improved mental alertness
  • feeling appreciation
  • increased motivation and happy being at work
  • relaxation
  • help with muscular strains and fatigue


It is best to arrange a regular system of weekly, fortnightly or monthly massage for your company, but a one-off visit can also be arranged.

The company will organise consecutive bookings for the arranged date. You chose the length of the treatment (10, 15 or 20 minutes) according to which 3 to 6 people can be seen in 0ne hour. A brief client health and consent form will be send to you and should be filled in by each individual receiving treatment and brought along to their appointment. This saves time and allows for a smooth change over for each individual.

Massage visits can be paid for in 2 ways:

  1. Full service covered by company- hourly rates apply- company will be invoiced
  2. HR organised: company will supply time and space, employees pay for treatment individually directly on the day- price per massage applies


Price for remote stress management sessions:

1 hour session: rates vary , sliding scale, depending on the nature of organisation £75-£135

Price List hourly rates

1 hour (minimum call out time)- £75.00

2 hours £120

3 hours £165

4 hours £180

5 hours £200

Price List per massage

£1 per minute

Research into the benefits of massage for Job Performance/Stress

A study conducted at Bowling Green State University “evaluated the effectiveness of a 15-minute on-site Chair Massage on reducing stress as indicated by blood pressure.” Fifty-two participants were given a 15-minute massage; their blood pressures were measured before and after the massage. After receiving the massage, analysis showed a “significant reduction” in their blood pressure.

  Cady, S. H. and G. E. Jones. “Massage therapy as a workplace intervention for reduction of stress.” Perceptual & Motor Skills 84.1 (Feb. 1997): 157-8.

“According to a study cited by the Evanston-based American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), 98% of employees who regularly receive therapeutic massage at work said it helped to reduce work-related stress; 66% said it enabled them to stay at work when they otherwise would have gone home sick.”

[R]esearch from the University of Miami School of Medicine’s Touch Research Institute found that office workers who received regular massages were more alert, performed better and were less stressed than those who didn’t. Local managers tend to think […] that employees who are less stressed are more productive. Not only do they show up more often, but they are more effective while in the office.”

  Littman, Margaret. “Massage helps address major corporate kneads.” Crain’s Chicago Business, 1 Feb. 1999.