Your Acupressure Massage
and Well-being Therapist
on-site Chair Massage
Katoka Massage Therapy
The On-site Acupressure chair massage is a fully clothed, relaxing and invigorating seated massage, which does not involve the use of any oils. We recommend to split the acupressure treatment sessions into slots of 20, 30, 45 or 60 minutes. These cover the head, neck, shoulders, back, and arms to relieve the symptomatic effects of stress.
Our work relieves the pain and tension caused by the tightening of the upper body muscle groups and enhances the functioning of the circulatory system. This way, the massage drives out toxins and increases the flow of oxygen-rich blood to muscle tissue. The massage is carried out in a specially designed chair brought on-site by the massage therapist, so there is no need for you to leave the office.
This is the perfect way to introduce a well-being & health programme or to enhance an already existing one.
Katoka Massage Therapy’s On-site Acupressure Chair Massage is also available for trade fairs. This is the perfect tool to attract potential clients to your stand.
Our Massage Services
Katoka Massage Therapy visits your place of work to provide on-site chair massage to your and your employees.
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Please note: In light of the Global Covid-19 pandemic, Chair Massages in offices are temporarily discontinued until further notice.
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What Clients Are Saying
Lloyds Banking Group, London
“Katoka kindly attended a Charity Fundraising evening last November. Their wonderful and very popular chair massages helped raise funds for Save the Children. Isabelle and her colleague were highly professional and organised, and I would recommend their services to any individual or company as part of their health programme.”
- The Verde London Charity Committee