Working in an office or at a computer for prolonged periods of time can put strain on the neck, shoulder & back muscles which can in turn lead to tension & stiffness. This tension may cause headaches, as well as back, neck & shoulder pain. If left unattended, it could also impact your ability to function effectively at work & your overall quality of life. Simple techniques such as Office Massage & Yoga may help alleviate the pain & other symptoms by releasing tension & increasing muscle strength & flexibility.

Chair massage is perfect for your office or event location. While the recipient is fully clothed, the therapist generally focuses in on the head, neck, shoulders, back, arms & hands. The therapist uses a portable massage chair that is designed for comfort & support. Many employers are using massage as part of their regular employee benefits program. Massage in the workplace is proven to help prevent injury claims, reduce stress leave & absentees, as well as increase company morale & productivity.

“The luxuries of massage & yoga have been replaced with necessity. Science proves that these practices help to increase blood flow, along with a ton of other benefits, it makes perfect sense to include them in the work day” says Becca Starr, who recently launched a Corporate Wellness division within her Los Angeles Virtual Spa company ( “It really seems to fit a demand and purpose in our’s a group that needs it more than our average spa-goer.”

Employers have also used gift certificates for company bonuses & overtime incentives! And of course these services can be used for Employee Appreciation Day & Company Parties.

Here is a letter from America's Success Coach, Jack Canfield. He writes "Tomorrow is Staff Appreciation Day at our office. We're starting the day by bringing in a yoga instructor to teach us yoga in the morning. Then, we're having massage therapists come to give the staff relaxing massages, followed by rejuvenating facials. (yes men, facials are quite a luxury!) We also have time to relax, have lunch, and just hang out and enjoy each other's company.

I make a habit of scheduling days like this twice a year, and it's always a lot of fun. It's a great way to motivate, inspire and thank my staff for what they bring into my life.

I encourage YOU to appreciate the people in your life, too. Whether it be staff, family, friends or neighbors. I hope (this) will inspire you to do just that."

As he signs all his correspondence, “Dedicated to your success” with the tag-line, “Taking you from where you are to where you want to be!” As a man who has lived this, his story is an amazing & uplifting one, like many other remarkable trendsetters, he knows the absolute benefits of taking the time to take care of yourself. The result is more productivity, more focus & more of everything that’s positive.

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Author's Bio: 

Jason Chase is an extremely active 35 year-old, living and working in the Los Angeles area. He has an AA Degree in Applied Science, Tai Chi instructor, Massage Therapist and Personal Trainer to the elite athletes and Hollywood stars.

Jason’s current project is hosting and producing the Healing Academy podcast at featuring interviews from the top-notch healthcare professionals and products, including American Botanical Council and Alternative Medicine Magazine.

Jason is training in Traditional Oriental Medicine, working on his Master’s Degree. He has been working as a massage therapist for over 15 years. He currently supports the following organizations: American Cancer Society, Shane’s Inspiration, Creative Actors Alliance and Performing Arts Studio West, Nurses Day at Arcadia Outpatient Surgery Center, and he helped raise over $611,000 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
When a neighborhood apartment building was destroyed by a plane crash Los Angeles 2003 on Spaulding Ave, Jason helped rescue people that day and later raised money for displaced victims. Jason Chase was also the executive producer of the Greensburg Tornado Benefit

His hobbies include: Community projects and Healing events, Kung Fu/Tai Chi Martial Arts, Paragliding, Kayaking, Bicycling, Roller Blading, Deep Sea Fishing, and Water/Snow Skiing

Education bio:
2007- present Lomi Lomi body Restructure with Uncle Freddy and
2004 - Present
HMR Technique Dr. Charles Daily Certified

2004 - present
Currently training at Emperors College of Traditional Oriental Medicine

2002 – Trained in Tai Qi Chuan, Yang stylepresent

100 hours of training IPSB Reflexology I and Polarity I and
400 hours of training at California Healing Arts College
United States Hangliding & Paragliding Rating P3
FAA Power Plant Mechanic

Contact information: 1807 Marine St.
Santa Monica, CA 90405
310-210-3033 cell