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  paulbisby @ xtra.co.nz

 

IMPLEMENTATION


Full company subsidy, at a rate of $75 (plus GST) per hour.

Company subsidy - a 50% subsidy option is popular option, for example, with staff paying $10 for a 15 minute treatment session and the company paying the remaining $10 (plus GST). This is an excellent way to target staff who specifically perceive value in treatment and make it more affordable for them to regularly participate.

Full staff funding – 15, 20 and 30 minute sessions priced at, $20, $26 and $38 respectively (inclusive of GST). If company budgets are simply too tight, then consider endorsing the service by staff funding. Many employers see the benefit of offering on site massage therapy for staff, providing them with company time for treatment, yet the cost is the full responsibility of the individual.

I would suggest a regular service (ie monthly or bi-monthly) to ultimately derive maximum ongoing benefit, although I am happy to cater for one-off visits, suggestions include:

" Wellness Week visits
" Health and Safety Expos
" Exhibitions - add interest to your stand
" Incentive rewards or prizes
" A "thank-you" to hard-working staff during a busy period.
" Christmas gift

Please note there is normally a minimum requirement of 2 hours massage time per visit.


HOW LONG SHOULD TREATMENT BE?

Length of treatment can be 10 minute "stress-buster" sessions, 15, 20 or even 30 minutes. 15-20 minute sessions are preferred by most - this allows for a good balance of affordability with providing effective treatment.


Please contact me to discuss options to suit your organisation. I would be happy to arrange a demonstration of my services without obligation



 

 

Paul Bisby, Corporate Massage therapist, treating a client, Christchurch

"Our staff are happy and revitalised after seeing Paul - he is very professional and our team looks forward to his visits."
Melanie Reynolds, HR Advisor,
Grant Thornton Accountants

Paul Bisby, Corporate Massage therapist, treating Occupational Overuse Syndrome, OOS

"Paul went the extra mile researching why I was in pain so he could help relieve it….the relief I feel after a neck and back massage is out of this world!"
Cathy Morton, OfficeMax Sales