According to American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), massage therapy has increased from 2012-2017, and continues to show signs of forward movement.
For the past 12 years, Oasis Therapy Massage & Bodywork has played a pivotal role in the corporate environment by delivering tangible benefits for working individuals. And, many organizations across the valley have committed to becoming a healthier employer. As reported by the Phoenix Business Journal, they’ve put together a list of the most healthiest employers and are shining a light on valley business’ with the most outstanding health and wellness program.
On that list as a 2019 finalist, is well-known law firm Fennemore Craig, PC. Way To Go Fennemore Craig…lead by example! The firm has kept the most innovative strategies for keeping the workplace healthy and, Oasis Therapy is honored to be their service provider in corporate wellness. Their Chief of Human Resources wrote this, “Natalie, you have always been professional, pleasant and your warm demeanor has made our attorneys and staff feel very comfortable to work with you. The service that you have provided to our firm has been consistently top-notch”.
What you can expect:
Sessions range from 15-30 minutes. All sessions include chair massage, targeted muscle elongation and stretching, and a customized demonstration of self-care techniques. We will visit your office weekly, bi-weekly or monthly—you choose what’s right for you!
Benefits of a wellness program:
· Increase productivity
· Boost morale
· Recruit new employees
Corporate wellness programs implemented by employers have reported a significant reduction in employee absenteeism, work-related stressors, and even compensation claims. “This can significantly lower the high cost of employee health care in the long term,” says Natalie Jung, Founder & LMT of Oasis, “and, for any company, that’s the bottom line.”
It’s well known! Employees appreciate workplace massage and they say it makes them feel great! Why not energize your employees and pave the way for more productivity?