Chair massage is what I like to call “getting a tune-up.” It is a quick, easy way to feel better fast. It can help you de-stress from the week or get unstuck.
Working hard is hard on the body. Depending on what you do for a living, you hold stress accordingly. Working at a desk can affect your neck, shoulders and arms. Day laborers and people who work with their hands are affected in their arms, hands, back and shoulders.
We all have busy lives and we don’t always have the time to properly “take care of ourselves.” That’s where Chair Massage comes in handy. I can address a lot of key issues in the body in just 12 to 20 minutes.
Chair massage is typically done in a public setting. I am currently working out of Alfalfa’s Market and the Trident Booksellers and Cafe as well as a few corporate settings. Because it is out in the open you are fully clothed and the time frame is typically shorter than a table massage. I have been doing chair massage for over 10 years. It is a great way to meet people and give them a sample of my work. Some of my regular clients get Chair Massage exclusively.
Chair massage is becoming a lost art form. Not all massage therapists are trained in it anymore. It is something I feel passionate about – that is why Moving Mountains Massage was born. I hired a team of massage therapists who share my vision. I want people to be able to come to Alfalfa’s and the Trident knowing they will get a quality massage from anyone on my staff.
Chair Massage makes it possible to find some relaxation in tough economic times. You can get massages on an on-going basis at an affordable price. I am willing to give anyone a 6 minute sample of my work. A full session is 30 minutes. Also, the more time you get, the lower the price: 18 minutes is $17, 25 minutes is $23. It’s a good deal!
The best part of my job is to help someone feel better and more relaxed.