PAUL BISBY CORPORATE MASSAGE

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  027-567-4950
  paulbisby @ xtra.co.nz

 

THE SERVICE

WHAT RELEVANCE DOES MASSAGE THERAPY HAVE IN THE WORKPLACE?

High stress levels may or may not be a feature of your workplace. However, few would argue that the human body often struggles to cope with the demands of our sedentary office work environment. Many problems are cumulative - stiff necks, sore shoulders, aching backs and repetitive strain felt in hands and arms - all common complaints which can often be effectively managed or alleviated by regular massage.

This type of service is not just a fad.
Corporate massage therapy is rapidly growing in popularity as a tried and tested benefit. For a number of years I have been successfully implementing this service to a number of major companies who have an active interest in maintaining staff wellbeing. My list of past and present clients include: Christchurch City Council, Air New Zealand, Environment Canterbury, Beca, GHD, NIWA, SLI Systems, OfficeMax, Tait Communications, Grant Thornton Accountants, Mortlock McCormack Law, Abley Transport Consultants, EOS Ecology and Mobile Surgical Services.

HOW IS THE SERVICE PROVIDED?

I use a fully portable massage chair, designed for maximum comfort, support and relaxation during treatment. The chair is the perfect way to introduce people to the benefits of therapeutic massage, whilst fitting in with the demands of the office environment. I prefer to utilise a semi-private room (often a meeting room or first aid room is used) and I require relatively little space to work in.

Please note that with the massage chair there is no requirement to remove clothing. I would like to emphasise this point, as it is a common misconception that deters some people from trying this highly beneficial service.

I use safe and effective manipulation techniques to work on releasing muscular tension, often focussing on trigger points. Trigger points are specific areas of shortened painful muscles fibres which can develop from over-use. Working on these areas can stimulate new blood flow, healing and ultimately reduce pain in the affected area. Ongoing self-help, including self-massage and stretching advice, is discussed as required, empowering people to adopt well-being measures as part of their working day.


 

 

The corporate massage chair

"We've found that on-site massage is
an excellent tool to boost morale,
incentivise staff and generally allow people an opportunity to relax in the workplace."
Mark Eager, General Manager,
Mobile Surgical Services

Paul Bisby, Corporate Massage therapist, treating neck pain in a client, Christchurch

"Paul's manipulation techniques relieved
my chronic neck pain within a few sessions.
I feel that the results were better than a Chiropractor achieved in 18 months"
Martin Winter, Air NZ Technical Services