Yes the massages are provided through clothing with our seated chair massages. No special clothing attire is required, however we do recommend you remove your jacket and tie to make the experience more comfortable.
How much space is required?admin2020-04-29T20:06:02+10:00
Each of our practitioners have completed the health departments hygiene and infections control course. To protect each participant, we use disposable cloth head protectors for each person, hand sanitiser plus additional hand washing breaks every 2 hours. If using a chair, this is thoroughly wiped down with antibacterial wipes between each participant.
Are your practitioners fully qualified and insured?admin2020-04-29T20:17:11+10:00
Yes! All of our practitioners have at least a cert 1V in massage, with most having a diploma in remedial massage, many also have additional qualifications in Sports & Exercise Science, anatomy & physiology, nutrition & personal training. We also have nurses and naturopaths providing our health checks. All practitioners have professional indemnity & public liability. Corporate Hands are also fully covered with PI&PL and workers compensation insurance.
Do you have an online booking system?admin2020-04-29T20:18:31+10:00
Briefly, however, a 50% cancellation fee or 2 hours per practitioner will apply to all cancellations with less than 24 hours’ notice. Same day cancellations will be charged at 100% of the booking value.
What do we as a company need to provide?Lisa Vass2020-04-29T20:21:58+10:00
We ask that the company provides with an appropriate room or space to provide our services in. If this is outside, then we will require protection from the elements. If we are providing our massage chair, then we do ask for onsite parking or the cost reimbursed for CBD parking. Your staff will also be asked to complete a waiver/consent form. This is available online or in paper form.
What areas of the body can be massaged in a chair?Kate Reid2020-04-29T20:23:08+10:00
Within a 15-minute time frame we would usually massage areas including, lower/upper back, shoulders, neck and arms, however your participants can ask our practitioner for specific areas to be massaged according to their preferences.
What time will our therapist arrive/ how much time is required for set up?Kate Reid2020-04-29T20:25:17+10:00
Of course, however you need to advise the practitioner of your pregnancy and if you have other health issues that need to be addressed. Our practitioner will adjust the pressure and routine to suit your pregnancy stage. Please keep in mind we many need to place you in a standard chair if your pregnancy is in the later trimester.
How much time is allocated for therapist breaks?Kate Reid2020-04-30T15:26:14+10:00
Our practitioners need 15-minute break every 3 hours, a 30-minute break for a 6 hour day. With new hygiene practices with the Covid-19 situation, we have now added in an additional 5-minute break every 2 hours for ‘hand washing’. This is in addition to regular hand sanitising. Your company is not charged for these breaks.
What is difference between ‘seated’ and ‘at desk or roving’ massage?Kate Reid2020-04-30T15:29:41+10:00
Seated chair massages are those which are provided in our ergonomic chairs, these are usually scheduled and booked prior. An “at-desk” or “roving” massage is provided for larger offices or can be a shorter duration massage at a staff’s own desk. Our practitioners rove the office floor, delivering massages on demand. To ensure a smooth and efficient service we recommend you utilise our ‘laminated hands’ for at-desk massage. These are attached to computers/desks, create a fun vibe and enable our practitioners to easily locate who wants a massage.
How does the scheduling work?Kate Reid2020-04-30T16:21:13+10:00
No problem with time extension, if the company have additional staff and would like to extend, you will need to check in with our practitioners availability and if okay, she/he will advise us and we can invoice you for the balance.
I have a health issue; will the massage be safe for me?Kate Reid2020-04-30T16:29:51+10:00
You will need to advise us of your health issue at the time of booking (online) or advise your practitioner on the day. She/he will then advise you if it is safe to proceed. Should you have any questions prior to booking, you can call or send us an email.
Do you cater to people with allergies?Kate Reid2020-04-30T16:32:03+10:00
We are always mindful of allergies. We will ask permission prior to using any creams for massage. All hygiene products are hypo-allergenic as are our hand creams. However, we understand some people may be ultra-sensitive to products, if you want a product you are welcome to bring you own specific brand.
Do we need to provide onsite parking?Kate Reid2020-04-30T16:33:20+10:00
For CBD or high-density locations where we need to provide our ergonomic chair/s we do ask that onsite free parking is available. If not free parking is available, we will invoice for the parking costs. We do our best to source budget parking where possible.
We’ve seen your ‘laminated hands’ in other offices – can we have them too?Kate Reid2020-04-30T16:34:46+10:00
Yes of course, these are provided at no additional cost (as long as they are returned). Should your preference be for our roving massages, our therapists will quietly roam the office space and provide neck, back and shoulder massages to your staff whilst they are seated at their desks. We can also provide our ‘laminated hands’ which are easily placed upon the monitors or desks of those staff wanting a massage, this adds a fun element to your office and also ensures our therapists can easily locate who would like a massage on the day.. fun, beneficial and efficient.
What is your availability like?Kate Reid2020-04-30T16:36:34+10:00
Our preference is for at least 7 days’ notice so we can be assured of confirming your preferred date, time and practitioner. However quite often we can accommodate last-minute bookings, it’s always worth a try!
What other services do you provide?Kate Reid2020-04-30T16:38:01+10:00
After the massage, we would recommend you drink a glass of water to maintain your hydration levels. If there are any specific issues that require stretches or referrals, your therapist will advise you after the massage.
Do you have video so we can see an example of the massage style?Kate Reid2020-04-30T16:40:29+10:00