Does your staff sit in front of screens for hours on end?
Do your people's bodies -- neck and shoulders, back, arms or hands -- hurt or feel tight, resulting in feelings they'd rather be doing something else than working?
Does it seem like it would take a daily or weekly massage to overcome their conditions, but they don't have the time or money for that?
Book Lisa for your next staff retreat or lunch-and-learn, to show your team how to practice relieving their own aches and pains with simple tools and techniques. Lisa created the presentation based on her observation of typical postural and pain patterns gleaned from an average of 3,000 client chair-massage sessions a year.
Following a group presentation or completely independently, Lisa offers Therapeutic Self-Massage personal training, where she listens to where it hurts and offers suggestions for home and office stretching and self-massage moves that can be done during meetings, telephone calls, video trainings, or waiting in the coffee line.
Who needs regular massage?
The difference between therapeutic and sensual massage
The benefits of therapeutic self-massage.
Tools for hard-to-reach spots, where to buy them and how to use them.
What exactly are we massaging? You'll likely be surprised!
The soure of your pain is frequently NOT where it hurts. Find out how to discover whether you're dealing with a local restriction or a line of tension.
Stretching as “hands-off bodywork”.
neck and shoulder routines
arm-and-hand care for office workers
guarding against dementia with self scalp massage
self-care routines to steer off headaches and jaw pain
pre- and post-exercise massage you can treat yourself to prevent injury
how to massage your lower back with tools
self foot care to keep yourself moving. A famous anatomy instructor once said, "We get old from the feet up!"
relaxation and stress relief
self-massage to counter pain
self-massage to promote sleep
how to get the most out of rolling
selecting and how to use a massage gun
Lisa Bowen is a California-certified massage practitioner who performs more than 3,000 chair massages a year at offices around the San Francisco Bay Area, in addition to an active table practice in San Rafael. She enjoys teaching office workers how to reduce and relieve their own aches and pains that come from sitting and hunching over computers for so much of the day.
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Massage and bodywork are provided for the basic purpose of relaxation and relief of muscular tension. Massage or bodywork should not be construed as a substitute for medical examination, diagnosis or treatment. Massage/bodywork practitioners are not qualified to perform spinal or skeletal adjustments, diagnose, prescribe or treat any physical or mental illness. Nothing said in the course of bodywork sessions should be construed as such. Massage/bodywork should NOT be performed under certain medical conditions. Please fill out your intake form with care and advise us of updates.