ONE DAY INTRO/ EVENT MASSAGEFor events such as International Nurses Day, and a way to showcase our Program.
ABOUT THE ONE DAY INTRO/ EVENT MASSAGE
5 to 10 minute indoor or outdoor relaxation to remedial chair massages. These are brought to your facility in any location in Australia.
5 to 10 partipants can be massaged per hour over a 6 hour day. We cater to staff in the hundreds within a metro headquarters, to a few staff in a small regional clinic. We will easily match the number of practitioners to the number of participants.
Each massage is free for the participants, and in exchange, we ask each participant to fill out a short three-question survey at the end of the day on how they are feeling after the massage.
WHO IS IN OUR NETWORK?
We have just launched, so we are building our link for the rest of 2017. We are talking with:
- doctors associations,
- nursing and midwifery guilds,
- research organisations,
- nursing colleges,
- researchers, and
- health, safety and wellbeing promoters.
Feel appreciated by giving back to your nurses, doctors and admin staff
Reward your staff with a thanks for their hard work over the year, for getting over a rough period, or finalising a large case load.
See changes in staff
However small, bringing staff back into their body and into clarity allows you to see changes, even small, in your staff after the massage, showing the value of investing in massage.
Try out our service before you buy
For those facilities that don’t have the time to try out the Pilot Program, one day massages for up to 20 people gives instant feedback. Effects of massage can be observed through the day through a simple survey.
What does the Pilot Program accomplish?
Decrease in anxiety and stress, and an increase in clarity, focus and efficiency.
After the finishing of the Pilot and collating of subjective data from participants, we will piece together and project decreases in rates and levels of sick leave, presenteeism, medical errors, turnover, patient safety and care levels, bullying, relationships with between co-workers and management, and other indicators of staff work health.