Chair massage, also known as seated massage, is quickly becoming one of the most popular ways of practice. Generally, chair massage is administered onsite at various locations, including offices, health fairs, airports, shopping malls and in corporate settings. Clients usually remain fully clothed and treatments last from 15-30 minutes (occasionally more than that). Chair massage can include back, neck, shoulders, head, arms and hands and it’s customised to client’s desire.
Seated massage can be performed on a professional massage chair, but not necessarily. Most of the treatments I performed on my corporate clients were done on a normal chair. It is an excellent way to relax during a break at work and has been scientifically proven to improve concentration, release tension headaches, help relax or invigorate the client (depending on the movements and pressure applied). Sometimes as little as 10-15 minute massage can bring amazing effects, release shoulder tension and help you get back to work feeling relaxed and refreshed.